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13.129-135. Fall 2013 Halloween Haunted Houses

October 17, 2013

13.129. Witches of New Salem, Dorr, MI: http://witchesofnewsalem.com Witches of New Salem has fun for the entire family from 15 acre haunted corn maze with attractions like “The Werewolf Tunnel” and the “Clown tunnel” and approximately 30 ‘cornstalkers’ lurking in the corn! They also have Concerts, a 5 K race, and plenty of daytime activities including a family friendly corn maze, animals, train rides, pumpkin patch, cider and donuts, playground and more.

13.130. The Haunt, Grand Rapids, MI: http://www.the-haunt.com. The Haunt is a 20,000 square foot haunted complex. This one is very scary!!! Voted the best in MI in 2012 by MLive.

13.131. Witches Walk, Grand Rapids, MI: http://www.witchswalk.com. Daytime corn maze and night a haunted corn maze!!

13.132. Forest of Fear, Caledonia, MI: http://www.forestoffear.com.  The Forest of Fear is a haunted outdoor attraction that is the primary fundraiser for the Kentwood Jaycees. They feature  at 1/3 mile path haunted by the undead, crazy people and all other sorts of ghastly creatures.

13.133. Wicked Ranch, Rothbury, MI: http://www.wickedranch.com. The Wicked Ranch has three main attractions: Town of Terror, Nightmare at the Bunkhouse, and Wicked Woods. Each brings its own scarefactor; visit them all if you dare. Voted 2012 Muskegon Areas Best Haunted House by MLive.

13.134. Trail of Terror, Holton, MI: http://www.retekllc.com/ToTH/home.html. Run through the haunted trail in the woods in Holton, located between Fremont and Muskegon.

13.135. The Haunted Hall, Muskegon, MI: http://www.hauntedhall.com. Explore a United States Government constructed secret prison for the criminally insane.  A former manufacturing facility, the location was chosen because of its distance from major population centers and the ability to quickly and easily transport prisoners by water, where they posed less danger to the public at large.

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