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Experience Halloween chills and thrills at these San Diego haunted attractions

Posted: 4:32 PM, Sep 24, 2019
Updated: 2019-10-31 12:53:24-04
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SAN DIEGO (KGTV) - San Diego thrill-seekers can get a scare at one of the county’s haunted houses this fall.

Some annual favorites are returning for screams in 2019 with a new addition from the region’s most notorious haunted attractions.

Scream Zone
Del Mar Fairgrounds
Sept. 27 - Nov. 2
$21 - 75
This chilling event takes over the North County site for more than a month. Experience the Haunted Hayride, House of Horror, or the Chamber. Scaredy cats are welcome to enter the grounds free of charge and parking is also free. Warning: this is aimed for teenagers and older.
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The Haunted Hotel
Westfield Mission Valley
Oct. 4 - Nov. 2
$20 - 30
The popular attraction moves from downtown to Mission Valley for 2019, offering three haunted features and free parking. The Haunted Hotel is not recommended for young children and pregnant women will not be allowed inside.
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The Haunted Trail of Balboa Park
Marston Point, 6th Ave. and Juniper
Sept. 27 - Nov. 2
$25 - 40
Prepare for a scare as you walk down the mile-long trail. The theme for 2019 is “Stranger Things” and features the swampy fog of the upside down. Pregnant women and young children are banned from entry.
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Halloween at the Whaley House
Old Town
Oct. 31
$15
One night of scares is all you’ll need at what Life Magazine called “the most haunted house in America.” Experience the home through the light of oil lamps as it’s shrouded for a funeral. Tours run from 6 p.m. to midnight. You can also get a thrill by watching our 10News report ...keep watch for the unusual flare of light.
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