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Ultimate "Halloween in September" Road Trip Guide

A guide to scariest attractions, what to see, what to do, places to stuff your face, and where to rest your head!

Do you bleed orange and black? 640 more words


Chilling Haunts, Exhibits and Attractions Promise to Thrill Fans at ScareLA 2017!

Delivering on its commitment to offer bigger and better scares, ScareLA, the first Halloween convention of its kind will count with a substantial array of curated and unique exhibits showcasing scary goods and services at the Los Angeles Convention Center on August 5-6. 363 more words


Cutting Edge and Dark Hour Bring the Fear to DFW for the Weekend

Haunted attractions are a thing that Metroplague firmly believes should be celebrated year-round.  Luckily, two haunted attractions in the area feel the same and are putting on some wicked shows this weekend for us DFW locals. 253 more words

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The Haunted Armory Bringing Scares that Care (Gallery Inside)

The love of all things creepy goes hand-in-hand with most of the personalities in the Goth community. In Metroplague’s opinion, the best way to celebrate the creepiness in life is to visit all of the local haunted attractions of an area during the Halloween season. 1,070 more words


Celebrating Its 5th Year Anniversary, ScareLA Announces Halfoween Weekend!

An early Halloween treat has arrived! Our Halfoween Weekend sale gives all fans an opportunity to purchase tickets and receive 1/2 OFF General Admission and Fear Freak tickets (using the code HALFOSCARE) to the groundbreaking Halloween convention, this weekend only! 424 more words


UPDATE: Chastang Middle School Cleared After Bomb Threat, Police Investigating

4:00PM UPDATE – A juvenile has been taken into custody by the Mobile Police Department after a bomb threat was called into Chastang Middle School Friday afternoon. 184 more words


Easter Detour

On my way home from a lovely Easter with my family, I decided to take a little detour to visit this lovely ruin. The last time I visited this place was about six years ago, when it was almost completely hidden from view by brambles and trees. 35 more words