Fall events: From pumpkin patches to ghost stories and everything in between – Kenosha News

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Abandoned Haunted House — This attraction — off of I-94 just north of Highway 11 in Racine County — offers two haunted houses (“Ambush” and “Hysteria”) to tour. And, no, you can’t tour just one. There is also “Stalker” (a haunted cornfield) and a new attraction where you throw axes! Opens at 7 p.m. Friday-Saturday through Nov. 2. It’s also open Sundays, Oct. 20 and 27, and Thursday, Oct. 31. “Blackout Night,” a lights-out haunted house tour, is Nov. 2. Ticket booth opens at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $15-$35, with fast passes available. www.abandonedhauntedhouse.com.

Soul Reapers Haunted House at the Kenosha County Fairgrounds — This haunted attraction in Wilmot is open at 7 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays through Nov. 2. It’s also open Sundays, Oct. 20 and 27, and Thursday, Oct. 31. Admission is $17 ($25 for a fast pass). For more details, go to www.soulreapershaunt.com.

Dungeon of Doom — This first-rate attraction scares the crowds who come to 600 29th St. in Zion, Ill. If you’re feeling brave, you can also opt for the “Buried Dead or Alive” experience. Opens at 7 p.m., mainly Friday-Sunday with more nights on Halloween week. The cost ranges from $30-$50, depending on the level of scares. Buy tickets online at www.dungeonofdoom.com. Note: “Blackout nights” are Nov. 8-9.

Six Flags Great America’s Halloween Fright Fest — Features kid-friendly fun in the daytime and terrifying thrills after dark. The theme park in Gurnee, Ill., features haunted houses, “scare zones,” live stage shows and about 200 roaming monsters throughout the park. Plus, some of the theme park’s rides receive “an eerie makeover” for the season. For more details and tickets, go to www.sixflags.com.

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