Georgia October 05, 2016
How To Experience A Full Month Of Terror This October In Georgia
October is one of those months where many people almost crave being scared out of their wits. They seek out haunted houses, restaurants, ghost tours, and the like in order to truly experience Halloween and everything leading up to the terrifyingly fun holiday. Since Georgia is such a fan of the spirit of Halloween, (as well as scaring people half to death,) we’ve decided to come up with a calendar of sorts, in order to rightfully experience a month of terror throughout the state this October. Check out what we’ve come up with.
October 7 th– 9 th
Blue Orb Zombie Ghost Tour— 14 Hull St, Savannah, GA 31401
Blue Orb Ghost Tours have been a staple throughout the Savannah area. However, they also introduced a Zombie Ghost Tour, which not only tours the ghosts of Savannah and their history, but also the voodoo and witchcraft from the Southern undead.
Turner County Jail Tour— 241 E. College Ave., Ashburn, GA
This historic jail, along with The Crime and Punishment Museum, have added a paranormal activity on Fridays and Saturday Nights. People can join the ghost hunting tours throughout the old jail, in order to seek out some paranormal spirits and those who continue to haunt within the walls of what was once a terrifying jail.
Gates of Misery Haunted House— 174 Chatillon Rd, Rome, GA 30161
Are you ready for a terrifying experience that may haunt your dreams from this point forward? Gates of Misery is an interactive haunted house in Rome, Georgia that is PERFECT for an October scare. Tickets go on sale nightly at 7:00 p.m. and the horror begins at 7:30 p.m. sharp. Be there if you dare.
th– 16 th
13 Stories Haunted House—320 Temple Ave, Newnan, GA 30263
Urban legend says there is a 13-story haunted house so horrifying, you need to sign a waiver to get in. It is filled with all things that go bump in the night—killer clowns, snakes, roaches, monsters, the undead. 13 Stories Haunted House wanted to recreate this nightmare, and did so with their own cutting edge technology. Ranked by USA Today as one of the top 10 extreme attractions in the U.S., only the brave enter.
Roswell Ghost Tour—617 Atlanta St, Roswell, GA 30075
This comprehensive ghost tour throughout Roswell is sure to delight and terrify all those who decide to partake. Husband and wife team Joe and Dianna Avena sure know their stuff, and will not only include loads of history, but also the most paranormal places in town.
17Hundred90 Inn and Restaurant—307 E President St, Savannah, GA 31401
It doesn’t have to be all haunted houses and ghost tours. You can also visit this haunted restaurant in Savannah. The 17Hundred90 is one of the most popular haunted Inns and Restaurants in the state. The most famed ghost, Anna Powell, fell from the window of room 204 and has since haunted the grounds, terrifying the customers and making her presence known every chance she got.
st– 23 rd
Nightmare’s Gate— 4179 Vansant Rd, Douglasville, GA 30135
This haunted house is not for the faint of heart. An infection is spreading through the walls and the doctors and nurses are falling victim to the horrific scene. Patients are overtaking hospital staff, and things are looking grim. Do you have what it takes to navigate through these walls and make it out alive?
Copper Creek Farm Haunted Corn Maze— 1514 Reeves Station Rd SW, Calhoun, GA 30701
What better way to celebrate October than with a jaunt through a haunted corn maze? Check out either Friday or Saturday night, the corn maze at Copper Creek Farm, and use only the light of the moon to guide you through.
Dahlonega Ghost Walk—19 E Main St, Dahlonega, GA 30533
Local tales and urban legends throughout Dahlonega is what makes this ghost tour so exciting. As you weave through the alleyways, local cemeteries, history buildings and underground mines, you’ll be able to experience the true paranormal fright that is hidden within this historic town.
th– 31 st
Netherworld Atlanta—6624 Dawson Blvd, Norcross, GA
Open every night in October, this is the haunted house you do not want to miss. It’s been rated as one of the top attractions in the country, and this Halloween, you’ll see why. Make your way through this dark dungeon filled with jaw-dropping monsters and sinister special effects. With unique themes and special movie-quality sets, this is one haunted house you'll never forget.
Spirit of Oakland Cemetery Tour— 248 Oakland Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30312
From Friday, October 21 to Sunday, October 30 you can explore Oakland cemetery and experience this seasonal tradition for yourself. Costumed guides lead you through the beautiful Victorian cemetery where you will hear the haunted tales and see the ghosts come to life.
Sinister Suites Haunted Hotel— 132 W Solomon St, Griffin, GA 30223
This terrifying 60,000 square foot walk-through house is an experience that only few can handle. Unfathomable horrors, gruesome scenes, and terrifying tales are to be expected. What actually started as a hotel, has now reopened as a chilling haunted house, perfect for this upcoming Halloween.
How about that for a frightfully eventful October in Georgia? Do you know of any other terrifying activities? Share with us!
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