(FOX 13) - If you're looking for something spooky to do this weekend, ahead of trick-or-treating, we've put together a list of the most popular Halloween attractions around the Bay Area.
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POLK COUNTY HAUNTED JAIL
Alcides Segui took a tour. Watch here: http://www.fox13news.com/seen-on-tv/214255916-story
More info at: https://www.facebook.com/polkcountysheriff/
CHAMBER OF TERROR
Chamber of Terror presents Last Laugh Toy Co. It's an abandoned toy factory that is overrun by psychotic clowns. Their toys were junk and couldn't find any buyers, so the clowns became outraged and started using the factory as a front to kill unsuspecting clients whom tour the factory. New tours began October 2nd! This will be no laughing matter...
More info at: http://www.screamageddon.com/
Florida's new horror park, Scream-A-Geddon, is a professional haunted park with 6 freakishly great haunted attractions.
THE HAUNTED ANGELUS
More info at: http://www.36haunt.com
With four haunted attractions, including a haunted hayride, the Haunted Angelus in Hudson, Florida is a definite must scare for 2016. The Haunted Angelus is an annual benefit that started in 2007 for The Angelus, a Cerebral Palsy group home in Hudson, FL.
Busch Gardens Tampa Bay
OAKLAWN CEMETERY WALKING TOUR
Explore the monuments inside Oaklawn Cemetery, the final resting place for many people of historical prominence, including Tampa's first mayor Joseph B. Lancaster. Follow our Self-Guided Walking Tour of Oaklawn Cemetery or enjoy a piece of Tampa's history online.
CREATURES OF THE NIGHT
Lowry Park Zoo, Tampa
Wander into scare zones or encounter animals at night. Party the night away at a ghoulish dance party. No horror or gore, just scares and startles for one & all. (Through Saturday)