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October is Almost Here! Here's the Thrills & Chills Happening this Weekend in Omaha!

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Now that October is right around the corner, tons of local Haunted Attractions here in Omaha are preparing for full Halloween mode! If you're already as excited as we are for the Halloween Season, get a jump on the scary-good fun by checking out which local attractions are open this weekend. There's enough of terror happening to keep you busy all weekend long! Check out the list below and be sure to head to OmahaHauntedHouses.com throughout the season to stay updated on the scares!

Kasey's Quest presents Psycho Farm
Seward, NE
Open Saturday 10/1 and 9 other dates
The event will take place indoors. It will be a maze design with a Farm theme. There will be clowns, psycho farmers, and scarecrows.
Haunted Hollow
La Vista, NE
Open Friday 9/30, Saturday 10/1, Sunday 10/2 and 29 other dates
Haunted Hollow has the most attractions for your admission than anyone in the city or the area. This year there will be more than twenty things to do.
Scary Acres
Omaha, NE
Open Friday 9/30, Saturday 10/1, Sunday 10/2 and 25 other dates
Scary Acres - The Ultimate Haunted Attractions Over 20 acres of terror including: Master’s Castle, House on the Hill and Haunted Woods.
Ranch of Terror
Papillion, NE
Open Friday 9/30, Saturday 10/1, Sunday 10/2 and 12 other dates
Any night is a good night to visit the Ranch of Terror - come join us for the most thrilling, spine-tingling horror experience in the Omaha area.
Roca Scary Farm Haunted Manor
Roca, NE
Open Friday 9/30, Saturday 10/1 and 12 other dates
Sinister Circus: Our Ringmaster guides you through a tour of Lurking Clowns and Circus Freaks. The Psycho Path: A 20-minute walk across an old bridge into a ghoul-ridden woods.
Mystery Manor
Omaha, NE
Open Friday 9/30, Saturday 10/1, Sunday 10/2 and 23 other dates
Mystery Manor is the Midwest's longest-running Haunted Attraction. Opened in 1984, Mystery Manor beckons its patrons to walk through its rooms and corridors taunting the ghost of William Hall, an Omaha elitist who, in a fit of rage in 1929, axed his own wife to death on the property.



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