Buena Park, California
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Another amusement park transformed from sweet to scary, Knott’s Berry Farm turns into the infamous Knott’s Scary Farm each Halloween season. Originally a three-night affair that started in 1973, the annual event is now a month long, and is among the largest and most haunting Halloween experience Southern California has to offer. The entirety of the 160-acre park is transformed into a horror zone, where you’ll find 13 original haunted mazes and attractions, sinister shows, and more than 1,000 creepy creatures lurking in the fog, prepared to jump out and make you scream when you least expect it. When you’re all tuckered out from the thrills of the park, head home and try to get through this list of the scariest movies of all time.
courtesy Chris Allen
Savannah, Georgia, has a well-deserved reputation of being one of the most charming cities in America, but it takes on a much spookier life come Halloween. One of the town’s go-to Halloween attractions takes place in none other than the Sorrel Weed House, the most haunted home in Savannah. There, guests can participate in the epic Ghost Hunting Event, which lasts a whopping four-and-half hours! And, yes, ghost-hunting equipment is provided. If your inner ghostbuster is already itching with excitement, snag tickets early because the event is limited to 15 people per night, and it’s for four nights only. Happy hunting! If you like a good scare, you might want to visit one of these 22 most haunted places in America.