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Are you willing to walk through a path of pitch-black hallways in a dark building to get the pants scared off of you? If so, now's the time to do it as haunted houses are opening here in East Texas and beyond and they're all willing to give you that ultimate adrenaline rush that you're looking for.

Scary, dark and spooky entertainment - that's what Halloween is all about. From scary-themed decorations on our front porch and lawn to eerie hay rides to taking a trip into the unknown at a haunted house, Halloween is here to scare our pants off!

Haunted houses can be terrifying as you walk through dark hallways with weird things hanging from the ceiling to make your way into a larger room that reveals a horrific scene or terrifying clowns that could leave you with nightmares.

From all the demented clowns, to possessed animals, to zombies, even chainsaw-wielding madmen and more there are so many options here in East Texas that will sure give you the thrills that you are looking for this Halloween.

East Texas Haunted Houses

Tap on any haunted attraction event name and you'll be taken to the official site for hours of operation, ticket pricing, directions, and all the information you need to know.

TYLER

World Of Khaos Thrill Park

'Scream all you want, it won't get any less scary' says the Wold Of Khaos website. With gory haunted rooms, this HANDS OFF experience will definitely give you the fright of your life. Located on E. Oakwood St. in Tyler.

Corpse Grove The Wicked Playground

This is a terrifying half-mile haunted trail in the woods of Tyler and then there's The Annex Of Terror, an indoor house of horrors in Mineola. Corpse Grove is in Chapel Hill and The Annex of Terror is located in Mineola.

LONGVIEW

Doc Wilkes: House Of Horrors

The 20th season of screams is happening in Longview with four haunted attractions - 'Doc Wilkes House', 'Ringmaster Madness', 'Fright Show Museum', and 'The Boneyard Theater'. Located on Market St. in Longview.

Graystone Haunted Manor

There are 5 horrific attractions for you to choose from - go through one or all five! 'The Manor', 'Oak Raven Cemetery', 'Labyrinth Of Time', Karnival Of Karnage', and 'Spooky Woods'. Located on FM 968 W in Longview.

LUFKIN (Hudson)

Total Insanity HauntPark

This attraction says they 'Own Your Fear'! More than 100 volunteers will be bringing the frights into the haunted house, along the trail, and on the hayride. This is a fundraising event for the Hudson VFD and is located on Hwy. 94.

MINEOLA

The Annex Of Terror Haunted House

Do you feel like you could escape Madman Moony? The spine-chilling experience is located at the Historic Select Theater Annex in Mineola and it'll leave you trembling with fear.

CANTON

Yesterland Farms

This is your destination for a traditional pumpkin patch experience. There are carnival rides, food and corn mazes for you and the kids to get lost in while you find your way out. Located on I-20 in Canton.

NACOGDOCHES

Nacogdoches Haunted Hay Ride

You'll be trapped on a slow movinig hayride at the Nacogdoches Haunted Hayride. This haunted hayride will take you through the foggy woods of East Texas where you'll meet many of your favorite horror characters. Located off Hwy. 259 N in Nacogdoches.

GARRISON

Haunted House On Elm Street

This haunted house was created by the Garrison Volunteer Fire Department and is an annual fundraiser for the department. You can get your pants scared in the haunted house located on Elm Street in Garrison.

HUGHES SPRINGS

Haunted House On Shotgun Hill

Not only is there a haunted house but a maze attraction for everyone too. This haunted place is located on FM 161 N in Hughes Springs.

YANTIS

Terror Trails

Spooky season is here. Stroll through this outdoor event filled with zombies and more. Located on CR 1960 in Yantis.

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