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Halloween attractions listed

List of haunted houses and Halloween attractions around the OKC metro area.
BY SARAH HUSSAIN Modified: October 29, 2013 at 5:33 pm •  Published: October 30, 2013


Haunted Trails and Forest, 2001 N Harper Road, is open Wednesday and Thursday, and offers candy bags and a costume contest. For more information, visit


Frozen Morgue, 2012 Chouteau Ave., will be open Thursday, Friday and Saturday and offers a renovated Asylum 13 and ghost stories. For more information, visit


“Evil Dead” The Musical and Scream Country Haunted Forest, 51853 W 101 St., will be open Thursday, Friday and Saturday. See the humorous stage show based on Sam Raimi's cult classic film franchise, then experience a wooded walking trail nearly a mile in length where every twist brings you closer to your childhood fears. For more information, visit or


Storybook Forest, Arcadia Lake, wraps up Wednesday and offers a walk through the not-so-scary Storybook Forest to collect candy from storybook characters and see storybook scenes. For more information, visit

El Reno

Haunted Barn, 2701 W 10 Street, will be open Thursday with actors dressed up with one mission — to scare. For more information, visit


Pumpkin Patch Benefit Arts and Crafts Show, Saturday aand Sunday at the Texas County Activity Center. Free admission. Sponsored by Lambda Psi, proceeds benefit agencies including Meals on Wheels, Special Olympics, American Heart Association and YMCA. For more information, call (580) 338-8740.


HallowMarine, 300 Aquarium Drive, will be open Wednesday and Thursday with mermaid and pirate divers, a giant pirate ship bounce house and slide, a pirate zone, kids' carnival, and trick or treat candy trail. For more information, visit


Trail of Fear Haunted Scream Park, 11101 SE Lee Blvd., is open Thursday, Friday and Saturday with the Experiment, Voodoo Bayou, Cirque de Morte, Lord Bennington's Unusual Experiment, Pumpkin Junction Kids Attraction, and the Trail of Fear Haunted Midway. For more information, visit

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