Everyone likes to get a little spooked once in awhile. This time of the year is the time to find the shrills and thrills of a local haunted house.
Whether just a little bit scary for the wee ones, or full on “wish you had worn a diaper” frightening house of horrors. We are ready to help you find the haunted house to fulfill your nightmares.
We have found some local haunts in the area to help you get your scream on. And we would love for our visitors to to post in our comment section on where to find more haunted houses.
Little River-Academy Volunteer Fire Department is having their Annual Haunted Fire House. This scare factory runs every weekend in October! Starting at 8 p.m. on Friday night until midnight and the same times again on Saturday night. For only $5 you can help support your local fire department and have a frighteningly good time.
The Little River-Academy Volunteer Fire Department is located at 509 E. Main St. (across from Academy High School). For more information contact (254) 982-4251 or click HERE for a flyer.
Central Texas College – Killeen
Central Texas College is having their annual Haunted House and Fall Carnival on October 25-26th. There will be be food, games and family fun at the Fall Carnival and prices will vary. The Haunted House is open from 6-11pm and is only $5 a ticket.
For more information call CTC Student Life at 254-526-1577 or click HERE.
Opening night of Temple Hell House is October 15th!
This tour is not suitable for children under 12, due to disturbing images, intense topics and violence.
Tickets are $12 at the door and $10 in advance. Advance tickets can be purchased at this LINK or at the church office at 22621 SE HK Dodgen Loop 363, Temple, TX. Call 254-718-6046 for more information.
In Salado a town popular for it’s strolls, does just that at Halloween. When the sun goes down on the nights of October 18th and 25th and November 1st, Salado’s Tablerock Walking Trail will become a spooky literary land of enchantment.
Salado’s Halloween Fright Trail opens at 6:30 p.m. and ends at 9:30 p.m. Prices are not that scary only $3 for children and $5 for adults.
A costumed narrator will guide you down the trail and you can listen to tales, and see reenactments from great works such as; Frankenstein, Dracula, Edgar Allen Poe, MacBeth, The Mummy’s Curse and the Invisible Man.
A long running favorite of the Fright Trail is the Troll that guards the bridge in the story of Billy Goat Gruff and the Alice in Wonderland “Tea Party” scene. The trail ends with Sleepy Hollow’s Headless Horseman, who rides off into the darkness on a galloping horse. The Headless Horseman is portrayed by KCEN’s Andy Anderson.
Tablerock’s Goodnight Amphitheater is located on Royal Street, three blocks east of downtown. For more information call 254-947-9205 or e-mail email@example.com
Two different haunted houses in one location can be found in Elm Mott Texas! The “Deadzone” and “TX Chainsaw Nightmare” are rated some of the best haunted houses in Texas.
On October 10th they will have a “Vampires Ball” anyone dressed as a vampire will receive $2.00 of the regular price of $20. And, if you would like to get in for FREE and a FREE T-shirt on October 11th they will hosting a Carter Bloodcare Blood Drive. Donating one pint of your blood will get you a paid admission and a t-shirt.
The weekend of October 17-18th the will be hosting a Caritas of Waco Food Drive. When you donate any two canned goods that weekend, you will get $2.00 off your admission price.
Zombie Karaoke and a costume contest with lots of prizes will be the weekend of October 24-25th.
Halloween weekend, October 30-31 bring the family out and “Raise the Dead”
The haunted house closes out the season on the weekend of November 1-2nd and will be having “Day of the Dead” festivities.
Located at 14656 N I-35, Elm Mott, TX.
For more information call 254-VAM-PIRE (826-7473) or click HERE.
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