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November 12, 2019

Halloween Hotspots: 5 Places To Get Your Spook On In Edmonton

It’s the most haunted time of year — don’t miss out on all the scary fun!

Courtesy Screamfest

Enter the new dark ages

Deadmonton Haunted House is back! Throughout October (ends November 3), its New Dark Ages theme will take you through a quarantined military science facility that has long been quiet … until now. Runs Thursday to Sunday throughout October and then each night the week of Halloween.

Deadmonton Haunted House & Halloween Store, 7031 Gateway Boulevard, deadmontonhouse.com

Take a spooky tour

Tour and learn about all the spooky spots in Old Strathcona until November 3, where people have reported ghosts, hauntings, murders and mysteries, led by a veteran storyteller with 12 years of experience. It’s spooky fun for the whole family!

Edmonton Ghost Tours, various dates, tours and locations, edmontonghosttours.com

Get ready to scream

Canada’s largest and scariest Halloween event, ScreamFest, comes to Edmonton October 24 to 27. It’s full of haunted houses, Halloween-themed carnival games, and creepy and disturbing entertainment (intended for teenagers and adults).

Edmonton Expo Centre, 7515 118 Avenue NW, 780-471-7377, edmontonexpo.com

Venture into the dark

Discover what’s lurking in Fort Edmonton Park during DARK, an evening of haunts, scare zones and spooky entertainment, October 10 to November 1.

Fort Edmonton Park, 7000 143 Street, 780-496-7381, fortedmontonpark.ca

See your favourite scary films

Starting October 6 and running all month long, Metro Cinema will show different classic Halloween films (of varying scares) to keep your spooky cinematic spirit alive. (Not all films are suitable for children.)

Metro Cinema, 8712 109 Street NW, 780-425-9212, metrocinema.org

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