Alabama Haunted Houses and Trails

Alabama Haunted Houses for 2017

Haunted Houses and Trails for 2017

Make sure you check out the websites or social medias to keep up with the days and hours they are open, as well as if they sudden close due to weather or other issues. They do tend to open at the end of September.

*SPOOKTRAIL is taking donations of canned goods and working with Walker County Community Action Association of Alabama. Bringing a canned good also gives you a discount. Please make sure you check out Spook Trail and help out people in the community. WCCAA

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If you are a part of a local community trail or haunted house I would love to add it to my list.

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4 thoughts on “Alabama Haunted Houses for 2017

  1. I’ve never been to anything like this, except for haunted houses at amusement parks and fairs XD I’ve always kind of want to, though. Maybe I should try one of the local ones here in Provo this season 😀

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