INsite's Guide to Halloween
Haunts, Parks, Tours, Museums, Parades and Costumes

Haunts

Netherworld
2076 West Park Place Blvd., Stone Mtn. (404) 608 - 2484
Open Nightly October 5 - November 4

fearworld.com
Returning for its 23rd year of thrilling scares Netherworld Haunted House is back for their most shocking season yet with two incredibly detailed attractions filled to the brim with pulse pounding action and excitement! Night if the Gorgon is literally crawling with classical horror and topped off with intense special effects and incredible creatures that have never been seen before. Cold Blooded plunges you head long into an out of control facility swarming with savage reptilian monstrosities and unforgettably mind-blowing experiences. Also available on site this year is the all new Netherworld Laser Adventure Battle Arena, four highly-detailed Escape Games, a monster museum dubbed "House of Creeps," a new souvenir photo system, even more cool gift shop merchandise, and expanded food and beverage options to enjoy while you wait in line. With tiered pricing and reserved time tickets, visitors have more options than ever before. Plenty of free parking on site, with additional free overflow parking just across the street.

Camp Blood
2277 Whooping Creek Rd. Carrolton
770.854.CAMP (2267)
Open Thurs, Fri & Sat nights through November 2nd; Frights begin at 9pm. Box office opens at 8pm; closes at 11pm weekdays and midnight on Fri & Sat.

CampBlood.com
Now in their 29th year, Camp Blood offers thrills & screams Hillbilly & Redneck style! New for 2019 is Cajun Carnage! Take a walk through a deserted (or is it?) Cajun town deep in the backwoods swamps before you find yourself on the Legendary Camp Blood Trail. The trail is over a half-mile of redneck terror where hungry haunted hillbillies & dead rednecks try and search out their favorite nighttime snack, you! Do you have what it takes to walk through the haunted woods of Camp Blood? There are plenty of things to do while you wait your turn to enter the haunt including a redneck fortune teller, sitting by the campfire and hanging out with "Maw Maw", watching a movie in the "Redneck Theatre", visiting the gift shop, concession stand and paintball pro-shop or playing carnival games to help raise money to buy toys for the kids Christmas at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. Purchase your carnival game tickets from the owner, Michelle at the box office window or inside the concessions area and do your part in putting a smile on a kids face this Christmas. Camp Blood & Cajun Carnage is only $25 for both haunts. Come meet Savanah Jade Wehunt of The Walking Dead on Saturday, October 19th! Also Way Out Games will be there every weekend in October for you to test your skills in their portable escape room. Box office opens at 8pm and the frights begin at 9pm. Watch for updates, guest appearances and other info or purchase tickets in advance online at CampBlood.com. Follow on Facebook at Facebook.com/camp.blood.haunt.

Parks

Six Flags Fright Fest
275 Riverside Parkway Austell, GA
Now through November 2nd

Sixflags.com/overgeorgia
It's a spooky time of year at Six Flags Over Georgia. as zombies and ghouls take over the park. Enjoy thrills and activities for the whole family throughout the day and come back for a truly frightening evening of fun after the sun goes down. Fright Fest offers a wide variety of places to get your scare on including several haunted houses and scare zones located throughout the park.

Walt Disney World Resort
Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween
Orlando
Now through November 1st

Disneyworld.com
Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is a separately ticketed event that takes place after normal park hours. A new fireworks, projection and laser show "Disney's Not So Spooky Spectacular" joins such fan favorites as "Mickey's Boo-to-You Halloween Parade," the "Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular" stage show, Disney characters are in their finest Halloween garb and trick-or-treating throughout the park. The frightfully festive fun also includes spellbinding decor, spooky lighting and spine-tingling music park-wide.

Universal Orlando
Halloween Horror Nights
Select Nights Through Nov. 2

HalloweenHorrorNights.com/Orlando
Halloween Horror Nights is the ultimate Halloween experience where some of the biggest names in pop culture, crazed cult favorites and original abominations take over Universal Studios Florida. As the sun sets on days filled with thrills the night awakens with a frightening chill. Guests will face 10 elaborately-themed haunted houses, five scare zones filled with menacing scareactors, and live entertainment including an all-new nighttime lagoon show, "Halloween Marathon of Mayhem."

Tours

Haunted Happenings
Aurora Theatre Lawrenceville
(678) 226-6222

AuroraTheatre.com
Take a scary stroll on a moonlit night in Metro-Atlanta's oldest city. The Lawrenceville Ghost Tour, highlighted by a trip to the old jail, takes place every night in October. Lawrenceville Haunted Cemetery Tour explores the nationally renowned paranormal hot spot on weekends. Brews & Boos - Lawrenceville Haunted Pub Crawl is a 21 and over tour which includes libations.

Fox Theatre Ghost Tours
The Fox Theatre
(855) 285-8499
October 9,15 & 17

FoxTheatre.org
The Fox Theatre Ghost Tours are back for three nights only this Halloween season. Brave guests will walk through the historic theatre to learn about the Fox's 90 years of ghostly sightings and unexplained events. Tour attendees will hear stories from Mr. and Mrs. Fox, who will be joined by other characters from the Fox's past, as they share details of the theatre's haunted history. Spooks and scares will be around every shadowy corner as guides recount supernatural tales collected from theatre staff over the years.

Spirit of Oakland Halloween
Oakland Cemetery
(404) 688-2107

OaklandCemetery.com
Enjoy historic Oakland Cemetery after dark at Capturing the Spirit of Oakland Halloween Tours. Stories of some of the cemetery's noted residents come to life in one of the few times visitors can explore Oakland Cemetery after dark. Meet some of Oakland's residents in a Halloween tour that enlightens, not frightens. A costumed docent guides you through the cemetery's beautifully-lit Victorian Gardens. Tour includes live music.

Museums

Atlanta History Center
Haunted Halloween
(404) 814-4000

AtlantaHistoryCenter.com
Expect the unexpected as night falls across Atlanta History Center's 33-acre campus. A witch and assorted ghouls take over Smith Family Farm, while wizards work up magic potions outside Swan House. Meanwhile, a vampire saloon in Swan Woods has scares on tap, and a long-shuttered hospital will be haunted by tortured souls. Gentler Halloween fun for the youngest trick-or-treaters is reserved for the main building during this one-night-only program.

Fernbank Fright Night
Friday, October 25; 7pm – 11pm
(404) 929-6300

FernbankMuseum.org
Fernbank Museums annual costume party is a screaming good time. This adults-only party features a costume contest, music, dancing, twilight access to the Halloween-themed outdoor experience Woodland Spirits, access to the special exhibit Traveling the Silk Road and more. Themed cocktails, craft beer and small plates will be available for purchase.

Parades

Little Five Halloween Parade
From Euclid Ave. to Freedom Pkwy.
Oct. 19, 4 - 6 pm

L5PHalloween.com
Head to Little Five Points this Halloween season for the 19th annual Halloween parade and festival. The festival takes place Saturday, October 19 from noon to 10:00pm. Festivities will consist of live entertainment on two stages, great food selections and shopping from local artisans who, along with the area businesses, provide a wide variety of offerings for festival attendees. The Parade runs from 4:00 - 6:00 pm beginning on Euclid and ends at Freedom Parkway.

Haints & Saints Parade
Post Office to Decatur Square
Sunday Oct. 27, 5pm

Homegrowndecatur.com
In 2011, the Haints & Saints Halloween Parade was born as a small walking parade around the square. The next year they added floats, bands, hearses & classic cars. The event has grown each year and now includes live music.

Costumes & Accessories

Norcostco Atlanta Costume
2089 Monroe Dr.
404.874.7511
Extended hours begin October 10

Norcostco.com
Norcostco has served as Atlanta's theatrical superstore for more than 40 years! They rent and sell costumes and accessories, makeup, wigs, hats, foggers, black lights, strobe lights, and much more. Norcostco is America's oldest costume rental house with the most outstanding collection of rental costumes available in the widest range of sizes, from all periods of costume history. Not only does Norcostco have exclusive, original costumes include drag wear, masquerade and rave/club wear; you will also find Atlanta's largest selection of professional, air-brush and FX make-up, prosthetics, zombie kits, vampire teeth and more. Let their trained staff show you what Norcostco Atlanta Costume is all about!

Psycho Sisters
Little 5 Points 428 Moreland (By Vortex)
404.523.0100
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Established in 1991, Psycho Sisters in Famous Little 5 Points, Atlanta is Far Out! If you love timeless fashion, Psycho Sisters offers you the best of every era vintage, mixed in with more desirable current funky trends. Let Psycho Sisters super friendly sales team help you create an outrageous Halloween costume, the perfect outfit for any party or special occasion, or simply mix and match our pieces to originally express yourself. If you're a lover of accessories, Psycho Sisters offers a dazzling array of masquerade and specialty masks, steam punk items, sunglasses at $10, top hats & tutus, cowboy and combat boots, hosiery, colorful wigs and wings, belly dancer garb, classy costume jewelry and so much more. If you love leather & lace, fur & fringe, sequins & anything sparkly, then Psycho Sisters is your Sugar Daddy for Fashion.

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