From stocking up on candy to figuring out how to hang up your cobwebs; people are readying themselves nationwide for the spooky season.
Around Oklahoma, each city is doing its share in finding the best way to celebrate. However, not all of it is as sweet as candy corn.
Some cities are celebrating the frightening fun of Halloween.
If pumpkin patches aren’t all your style, these thrilling events will certainly be a great way to spend this fall break!
The Asylum – Nowata: Through the winding hallways of The Asylum, you are admitted as a patient just in time for some fun.
Quickly, you must find a way out of the sanitarium that is overrun with crazed patients and whatever hellish being lurks in their basement. This thrilling event started on Sep 17th and ends on Nov 7th in Nowata, OK.
Fright Fest – Oklahoma City: Frontier City is featuring some after-hours frights featuring thrilling scare zones, spooky attractions, and live shows that will help recover from the night of running. These fright sights began on Sep 24th and ends Oct 31st.
Guthrie Haunts Scareground – Guthrie: Rated one of the state’s 10 best haunted houses by user reviews on OKHauntedHouses.com, Guthrie’s Haunted Scaregrounds houses both indoor and outdoor scares. With every turn, the frightening surprises burn themselves into your dreams. Will you ever be able to sleep? They began on Sep 24th and end Nov 6th in Guthrie, OK.
Nightmare in the Country – Woodward: Nightmare In The Country allows you to follow different mysterious stories. Will you choose to visit the Puzzledust Family Mausoleum where Jack Lantern haunts or perhaps go along with Dr. Sinsiter who summoned a complete takeover of the carnival with his Misfits. Which story will you follow and how will you get out?
Nightmare In The Country began on Oct 8th and ends on Oct 31st.