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Valparaiso, Indiana, is south of Lake Michigan in northwest Indiana. This town is home to haunted attractions popular among residents and visitors during the Halloween season. Whether you're looking for something fun for the whole family or a scary experience for older kids and adults, Valparaiso has something for everyone.
Haunted Trails, a popular spooky destination for kids and families in the metropolitan area of Chicago, has locations in Joliet and Burbank. It is an amusement park with a scary theme that is open year-round, so you won't have to wait until the weeks surrounding Halloween to enjoy some frights.
Conroe is a city in Montgomery County, Texas, approximately 40 miles north of Houston. The Haunted Trails of Conroe is an annual Halloween performance event. It is a horrifying walk deep into thick woods that go on for approximately two miles, but which can feel like a lifetime. The trails are populated with almost every undead creature, witch and warlock, monster of myth, Hollywood horror, nightmarish apparition and ghoul that ever populated your worst nightmare.
The Haunted Trails is a popular, seasonal amusement park in Houston, Texas, catering to those looking to give themselves a good scare in the month approaching Halloween. This fear factory has a strong following and elaborate design, and is part of a larger collection of haunted, ghostly attractions in the Houston area.
Home to the prestigious Olympia Fields Country Club (ofcc.info), venue of the 1928 and 2003 U.S. Open golf tournaments, the village of Olympia Fields lies in Cook County, Illinois. Located approximately 25 miles south of Chicago, its attractions range from the 80-foot-high four-faced clock at the country club, to the village's Park District, which can host haunted attractions during the Halloween season.
Savannah, Georgia has been designated America's "most haunted city" by the American Institute of Parapsychology. Savannah has a history that dates back to 1733, when its first families founded the city on high ground a few miles from the coast in the new colony of Georgia. Today, there are several tour companies that take ghost enthusiasts on trail walks and rides to experience the haunting firsthand.
Sylacauga, Alabama, is known for its tales of ghosts and haunted experiences. Although there are no major organized haunted trails in the small town, there are many other attractions that bring visitors from all over, including Gravity Hill, in which ghosts are thought to push cars uphill. Many people report seeing ghosts in the Odena Cemetery and local houses.