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Haunted Houses in Northwest Indiana

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Date(s) - 10/04/2016
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Be prepared this Fall and seek out what Halloween Haunted Houses, Corn Mazes and Attractions that are in your Northwest Indiana! It doesn’t matter if you’re a first timer or a seasoned haunt goer, you should research the best haunts in Northwest Indiana to go to September through November.For more information on featured haunted houses in Northwest Indiana, check out the links below!

THROUGHOUT NWI: Haunted Walks, Haunted Bus Tours, Haunted Pub Crawls, New and Exclusive,  numerous events throughout Ocotober, are hosted by Chaos Haunted Trips, check website for upcoming dates, 219-714-3761 www.chaostrips.com.

WHITING: (One Day Only)
Wickedly Whiting Festival-   Downtown 119th St and Indianapolis Blvd, 11 am – 11 pm, Enter  if you dare through a block long apocalyptic scene…but be careful as you do, Zombies are everywhere! Once you get through, hopefully alive, you will be relieved to discover that you are inside  a festival of food, fun, and shopping! Downtown 119th Street, 659-0292, www.whitingoktoberfest.com.
VALPARAISO, INDIANA:
Haunted Trails at Sunset Hill, TBD
 Gates open at 6:30, first Tractor out at 7pm, gates close at 10pm, last tractor out at 10:30. Fee is $10 per person, children under 6 free with adult. THis event is well attended, and has long lines to get in. Concession stand with food, drinks and bake sale. Sunset Hill county Park, 775 Meridian Rd., 219-465-3586.
Haunted Scarecrow Walk- Each weekend: Each Fri, Sat & Sun. Noon – 5pm, meant for younger children and family fun. Throughout  October, be treated to a full out Boo-fest, featuring spooky trees, raving ravens and creepy crawlies, admission fees apply at gate, hayrides, barrel-train, crafts in the depot, garden open from 10am – 7pm, Costume Contest and  Trick or treating on specific days. Taltree Arboretum, 450 West 100 North, 462-0025. www.taltree.org.
ST JOHN, INDIANA:
Lake Hills Haunted House
, TBD and 31, 7-10 pm, $15, Open Oct 29th and 30th from Noon – 3pm for younger kids during the day, with lights on, St. John Parks,  Lake Hills Park, 8640 Lake Hills Dr., 365-6043 or 365-6236.   www.lakehillshauntedhouse.com .
LA PORTE INDIANA:
    Hesston Ghost Train- Take a terror-ific ride through the haunted woods aboard the Flying Dutchman Railroad. Noon-5pm, Train fares $5  $3 kids 12 & under,  Hesston Steam Museum, 1201 E 1000 N, 778.2783. www.hesston.org.
PORTAGE INDIANA:
   Haunted Hills Hospital, 7:00 – 11:00 p.m, open Fri and Sat. only, Venue: Haunted Hills Hospital $5; fast track $10, 6112 Old Porter Rd.  (219) 241-9498, www.hauntedhillshospital.com.
HOBART INDIANA:
   Tour of Terror, 2016, 7-10pm, open Fridays and Saturdays, & Sun   $15 per person, $25 per couple, Nike Missile Base, , 563 West, 600 North, www.TourOfTerrorHaunt.com  947-7733.
HAMMOND, INDIANA:
  Haunted Hall,   6:00 – 10:00 pm, four nights of scary fun, Adults: $7; Highschool: $6, Kids $5, not recommended for kids under 6 years. sponsored by the St. John Bosco Youth Group, St. John Bosco Church, 7111 Columbia Ave,  844-9027. www.sjbhammond.org    
Reaper’s Realm
–  Haunted Mansion, Woods, Carnival, not recommended for small children, $10 for woods, $25for Mansion & Woods, $25 for all plus one ride, $35 for all & unlimited rides, Open 3 days on Weekends and on Oct. 29th, 30TH AND 31ST begins Oct  9th, 626 – 177th St., Hammond, Indiana.  www.reapersrealm.com.
GARY INDIANA:
Cryptic Manor Haunted Attraction,
 (weather permitting) 6:45 until 9:00 pm, $2, 3401 West 40th Place, located on Facebook.
CROWN POINT, INDIANA:
Criminally Insane Haunted House
–  7pm to 11pm, $10 per person, Old Jail -Sheriff’s House 226 S Main St Crown Point – from 7pm until 11pm -Children under 12 with adult http://www.oldsheriffshouse.org/index.html 
MUNSTER INDIANA: One Day Only:
Bieker Woods Night Walk, 
from 6:00 – 10:00, $5 per person, Not so Scary is on Friday from 6 to 9  pm, Fright Night is on Saturday, Bieker Woods is  a scary, yet fun experience. Tour guides lead participants to new thrills and chills around every turn. Children under age 8 must be accompanied by an adult. On-site ticket sales cut off at 10 pm. Parking at Community Park and enter at Concession Stand. 836-PARK. www.munster.org.
MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA:
One Day Only: Haunted Trail And Ghost Stories will be held on Saturday,  , Join the Friendship Botanic Gardens on their first Annual Halloween Event! Trick or Treat on their Ghost Trail and listen to family friendly spooky stories! Pumpkin Painting too! Children $2; dults $4 Click here for more info!
     Barker Black Out Tours:   Discover the untold, spooky side of Michigan City history. You’ll be surrounded by darkness as you tour the mansion with a guide; there’ll be glow-in-the-dark markers to light your way. During this eerie evening, we’ll tell little-known stories of our city’s creepy past and relate never-before told stories about the mansion. The 8pm tours are for families and 10pm tours are for adults only. Cost is $15 per adult and $10 per youth. Tickets are for sale on Eventbrite or by Calling (219)873-1520. Reservations required. Tickets may be purchased: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/barker-blackout-tours-tickets-26488026400.

 For A Complete list of Northwest Indiana Halloween Events Click HERE!

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Sue Baxter

Susie Young Baxter, CEO, has published PanoramaNOW Magazine for 31 years. Her hobbies are Camping, Boating, Hiking, Nature, Gardening and Outdoor Activities. She is an Artist, Graphic Designer, an Avid Seamstress, Dabbles in Homemade Crafts and Landscaping. Since her Father was a Health Teacher, she also likes homeopathic Health Solutions. Since blogging started over 10 years ago, PanoramaNow has been added to Newsbreak - a national news affiliate.