It is that creepy time of year again. Not only are pumpkins and leaves everywhere, but the ghosts and ghouls are coming out as well. You may be too old to go trick-r-treating, so you have to get your fun elsewhere. If you are looking for a fright, here are some scary sights:
According to ExploreGeorgia.org, the Haunted Forest has been a tradition in Statesboro for nearly 35 years. It’s family friendly and open from the 24th through the 31st from 8 P.M. until 12 AM.
Located in Soperton, GA, this attraction is about a 50 minute drive from Statesboro. It is rated R and they claim to be Georgia’s most extreme haunted house. On their website, they warn not to bring kids. They are open the 27th and 28th from 6:30 P.M. until 11 P.M.
This haunted house is located in Savannah, GA and is about an hour from Statesboro. Lot 13 Haunted House is open from 27th through the 31st and November 3rd and 4th. Ticket sales start at 7:30 P.M. and end at 11 P.M.
The Werehouse of GA is located in Lyons, GA and it’s about an hour away from Statesboro. According to their Facebook page, the haunted house is over 9,000 square feet with 24-foot Vortex Tunnel. They are open from the 29th through the 31st.
This scary sight is the longest drive on our list at about an hour and 20 minutes from Statesboro. It is located in Augusta, GA and clocks in at a staggering 30,000 square feet. Planation Blood opens at 7:30 and they are operating the 26th through the 31st of October and November 3rd and 4th. Tickets are $22 a person.
Savannah, GA is one of the most haunted cities in America and it’s only about an hour away from Statesboro. There are a ton of ghost tours to choose from there to get into the Halloween spirit.
Let us know your favorite haunted house! Have a Happy Halloween!
Brooke is an English major and is from the two-traffic-light town of Glennville, Ga. When she’s not writing essays or reading literature books bigger than the dictionary, Brooke enjoys binge watching Netflix, adding to her makeup collection and all things “Frozen” (she may or may not have an Olaf pillow pet…). She is currently the Print Editor for the Reflector.