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If you’re in the mood to be scared, try these Detroit area haunted attractions

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Field of Screams at Bonadeo Farms
Bonadeo has daytime, family friendly activities such as pumpkin patches, mazes, and cider and doughnuts. However, when the sun goes down everything that makes Halloween great comes into play, with attractions like a haunted maze and house.
1215 White Lake Rd., Highland Charter Twp.; 248-787-4553; bonadeofarms.com/field-of-screams

Erebus Haunted Attraction
Holding the Guinness World Record as the largest walk-through haunted attraction from 2005 to 2005 to 2009, Erebus is a surefire way to get all your scares in this Halloween.
18 S. Perry St., Pontiac; 248-332-7884; hauntedpontiac.com

Haunted Farm of Terror
Visitors can enjoy going to the haunted house and hayride, but Haunted Farm of Terror is offering another attraction this year — Zombie Assault offers visitors the chance to hit zombies with paintballs.
28405 26 Mile Rd., New Haven; 586-203-7222; hauntedfarmofterror.com

Hush Haunted Attraction
Hush Haunted Attraction seeks to be an immersive experience for those looking for a heart-pounding good time. The attraction's sets and actors aim to provide a night of entertainment.
34043 Ford Rd., Westland; 734-502-6026

Jackson's Underworld
Offering over 115,000 square feet of fun, Jackson's Underworld is a four-story haunted house that will surely give you goosebumps.
1318 Wildwood Ave., Jackson; 517-936-5834

Past Tense After Dark
The legend of the Farnsworth family is the backdrop for this haunted attraction. The figures lurking in the house of horrors and corn maze make for a terrifying night.
1965 Farnsworth Rd., Lapeer; 810-664-5559

Rotten Manor
Rotten Manor's set lives up to its name. The realistic structure of this haunted place is sure to make for a spooky time. If haunted manors aren't for you, the site also has some carnival games and concessions.
13245 Dixie Hwy., Holly; 248-396-6243

Slaughterhouse Adventure & Grand River Corn Maze
The adventure doesn't just include a corn maze, but a haunted house and hayride as well. In addition, this attraction also offers a non-haunted maze for those faint of heart or if you're bringing the whole family along.
5781 W Grand River Rd., Fowlerville; 517-223-9140

Shawhaven Farm
Open with activities all year round, October is when all 140 acres of Shawhaven Farm becomes populated with the things that go bump in the night. Possessing attractions such as Dead Maze and Farm House Escape, this farm will be a host to many fun scares and challenges.
1826 Rolfe Rd., Mason; 517-676-1649

Slaughtered at Sundown
Slaughtered at Sundown has the dynamic duo of haunted attractions: The haunted house and hayride.
71800 Romeo Plank Rd., Armada; 586-752-7669

The Pumpkin Factory
Pumpkin pies, muffins, doughnuts, and other treats would be the perfect way to end the night after experiencing their haunted house and hayride.
48651 Harris Rd., Belleville; 734-461-1835

The Scream Machine
The evil Dr. Strach will frighten some as he makes you travel through an old cemetery filled with his experimental failures.
23131 Ecorse Rd., Taylor; 734-309-0756


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