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1) Voodoo Bayou, Mortem Manor, Villa of the Vampires, Bio-Fear: these are not bad housing developments, they’re rather haunted attractions at Kennywood Park’s Phantom Fright Nights. Enjoy your favorite rides in total darkness, but watch out. You won’t know what’s out there until it’s too late! This is the last night of the season. 7 p.m. – 1 a.m. (open through the midnight witching hour). Duquesne.
2) BEWARE! Hundred Acres Manor, voted one of America’s best haunted houses by HauntWorld Magazine and Tophaunts.com. Attractions, if you dare: Dead Lift; Brine Slaughterhouse; Massacre Manor; The Maze; The Family: Unearthed; South Valley Hospital (guaranteed to extinquish all pre-existing conditions). Dusk to 11:30 p.m., South Park. BOO!
3) WARNING! If you enter Ghost Lake at Conneaut Lake Park, you may never leave. Watch out! Over 120 monsters infest the lake. You’ll pass through 8 Levels of Fear at the Haunted Amusement Park including: Clown Town; Rot’s Funeral Home; The House of Fear; Maze of Terror; Insanity; The Un-Fun House; The Devil’s Den; The Blue Streak Ghoster Coaster. 7 p.m. – midnight. “Jason” sightings have been known to happen at the lake. 12382 Center St., Conneaut Lake (directly above hell).
4) DANGER! “A Nightmare on Carson Street,” Pittsburgh’s largest roaming costume party, with 3 fearsome parties under one roof, including Barroom (“Heaven and Hell“), Saddle Ridge (“The Legend of Sleepy Hollow”) & Beach Club (“Rock the Boat, 80’s style”) at Station Square. $250 best costume prize for each venue, with drink specials and music. 5 p.m.-until midnight, 7 Carson St., Station Square.
5) LEAVE NOW! Go to the Haunted Hills Hayride and the Valley of Darkness Walking Trail. If the hay feels chunky when you sit on it, get up and out while you can! 7 -11 p.m. 500 Mosside Blvd., North Versailles.
YOU’VE BEEN WARNED!!