Weekly Top 5: Halloween Part II: Scary Stuff

Do you like Halloween served extra scary with a side of terror? Check out these five fright nights.

1. Touted as the scariest haunted house in Cincinnati, The Dent Schoolhouse looks creepy even in the daytime. If a nighttime encounter with a murderous janitor sounds tantalizingly terrifying, then this is where you want to be. $20 regular admission. frightsite.com

2. The USS Nightmare, docked at Riverboat Row in Newport, Kentucky, is a 30-minute fright fest on two decks. Adrenaline addicts can sign on for the Captain’s Extreme Tour, October 21–22 from 11 p.m.–1 a.m. ussnightmare.com

3. Tickets for King’s Island Halloween Haunt start at $30.99 but the park is full of mazes with names like Slaughter House and Wolf Pack, scare zones like Freak Street, and of course, more than a dozen popular thrill rides like the Banshee, Delirium, and The Bat. visitkingsisland.com/haunt

4. Highway 50 Fright Field: Are two of your favorite movies The Blair Witch Project and Children of the Corn? Then this nighttime corn maze is for you. 8 p.m.–midnight (weather permitting) $12 adults/ $10 kids. highway50frightfield.com/hours-and-tickets.html

5. Haunted Village at Heritage Village Museum at Sharon Woods is billed as a “slight fright” event. Take a wagon ride, amble through the cemetery, and be entertained by ghouls, witches, and a mad scientist throughout the evening. October 21-22. Tickets are $10.00 for ages 2 and up. heritagevillagecincinnati.org/haunted_village.aspx

Next week: Last Minute Costumes

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