I love the idea of a horror movie – you have the enjoyment of a cheap scare or real shriek of terror without the actual fear of being placed into those tense situations, right?

Yet there are those that love the thrill of the chase, the screams and the overall adrenaline rush that a real life scare might bring – a haunted house in this case nothing more, so have no need to fear!

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Photo Credit: Scarehouse

With Halloween approaching this week, most of the haunted houses in the area will be running through the weekend of November 2nd, to allow for all those scares to take place. From haunted hayrides, spooky bus tours to fright nights, there is something in the area for everyone.

* Allen’s Haunted Hayride and Tavern of Terror (running through 10/31, tickets available here).

* Crawford School of Terror (running through 10/31, tickets available here).

* Demon House (running through 11/3, tickets available here).

* Freddy’s Haunts (running through 11/2, tickets available here).

* Haunted Hills Estate Scream Park (running through 11/9, tickets available here).

* Hundred Acres Manor (running through 11/9, tickets available here).

* Scarehouse: Scream District (running through 11/2, tickets available here).

* Scary Harry’s Haunted Trail (running through 10/28, tickets available here).

** Note to parents – these haunted houses are not recommended for young children, so parental discretion is recommended.

This content was provided by a local, independent contributor to Made in PGH, a lifestyle blog.
Aaron Valentic

Aaron is a recent transplant back to Pittsburgh, PA after living in New York for five years. From all things relating to art, culture, fashion along with the Pittsburgh social scene, he surely knows the heartbeat of his hometown.

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