Fall is officially here, which means it’s time to break out the Halloween decorations, throw on The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (the original), and start carving pumpkins. You can also get into the Halloween spirit by visiting any of these spooky places in North Carolina this fall.
- Woods of Terror: Located in Greensboro, this frightening haunt features more than a dozen different haunted houses, including Arachnophobia, The Slaughter House, and Night Stalkers. Enter if you dare.
- Ghosts of New Bern: Do you believe in ghosts? Your opinion might change after you take this one-hour walking tour through New Bern’s Historic District.
- Scarowinds: If you find amusing parks frightening enough during the dog days of summer, just wait until you enter Carowinds during the Halloween season, when the park is decked out and full of haunted attractions—as well as the horrifying coasters that make this park great.
- Beaufort Ghost Walk: Take a guided walking tour through “America’s Best Small Town,” where pirates may just claim you for their crews—and never let you return.
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