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Tulsa screams with Halloween attractions

Nightmare

The Nightmare, a terrifying haunted house, was built with the intention of sharing the gospel.  As the participants go through the floors, they experience dramatic scenarios depicting life and death.  Through the house, they see love and compassion and why Jesus sacrificed himself on the cross.

When: Every Thursday, Friday and Saturday in October.  Doors open at 7 p.m.

Where: Guts Church: 9120 East Broken Arrow, Tulsa

Cost: $10; $20 express ticket pass

Scare Factor: *****

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Hex House

Rated the #1 haunted attraction in Oklahoma, this haunted house is sure to scare even the bravest among us.  This house, based on a dark chapter in Tulsa’s haunted past, was created with the intent of removing you from your comfort zone and making you experience sheer terror.

When: Oct. 23-27, Oct. 30-31 and Nov. 1-2 from 7:30 p.m.-11 p.m.

Where: 8314 East 71st Street, Tulsa

Cost: Two attractions $15 each; $20 combo pass, $30 VIP combo pass

Scare Factor: *****

More Info: Tulsa Hex House 

 

Psycho Path

Making it through the Psycho Path means surviving three events.  The Dark Ride, a chilling ride through the forest, the Shadow Box, an old funeral home haunted by an orphaned boy, and the Rage Cage, where you’ll have to find your way out of the maze.  Additionally, you can choose to go on the Last Ride if you’re feeling daring.  The Last Ride simulates what it feels like to be buried alive.

When: Every Friday and Saturday in Oct. 7 p.m. – 11 p.m.

Where: 1517 E. 106th Street North, Sperry

Cost: Tickets range from $15 to $35

Scare Factor: ****

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Cutting Ties Haunted Trail

This Haunted Trail that spreads across 40 acres of abandoned forest has terrifying creatures hiding around every corner.  Do you dare to take a stroll where no one can hear you scream?

When: Every Saturday and Sunday until Nov. 2 with ticket booths opening at 7:30 p.m.

Where: Bartleville Round-Up Club (Rodeo Grounds), Highway 60 West, Bartlesville

Cost: $10 adult admission, $15 VIP front of the line

Scare Factor: ***

More Info: Cutting Ties Haunted Trail

 

Downtown Bartlesville Ghost Walk 

Walk through downtown Bartlesville and listen to the ghost stories that made history within the walls of this quiet town’s buildings.  Told by the ghosts themselves, these historical tales are sure to get your imagination going.  Also included in the price is live entertainment outdoors in downtown Bartlesville.

When: October 23-24 at 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Where: Hilton Garden Inn, 205 SW Frank Phillips, Bartlesville

 Cost: $10

Scare Factor: *

More Info: Downtown Bartlesville Ghost Walk

 

Castle at Muskogee

The Castle at Muskogee was made for the ultimate Halloween adventure.  With 11 “spooktacular” events ranging from not scary to very scary, there really is something for everyone.  Start in the Halloween Village and enjoy music, hot and cold drinks and food then purchase tickets to enjoy events like the Enchanted Boulevard, Casa Morte and the Ultimate Maze.

When: Every Thursday, Friday and Saturday until Nov. 2

Where: 3400 West Fern Mountain Road, Muskogee

Cost: Free admission; event tickets ranging from $2 to $25

Scare Factor: ***

 

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