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Haunted Attractions

Dr. Slaughters House of Terror – Idaho Falls
One of the largest indoor haunted houses in the United States. It is a non-profit haunted house that helps the local D.A.R.E. organization in Bonneville County. Open every Halloween season. They are open Friday and Sat. 7pm-Midnight until Halloween night. Prices: $10 General Admission; $13 Fast Track – FACEBOOK / WEBSITE

The Haunted Mill – Teton
The Haunted Mill was established in 1997 as a family-oriented entertainment attraction catering to people of all ages with the common goal of being spooked. Dennis Briggs, the founder of The Haunted Mill, formulated a plan over several years to turn this historic flour mill into a spook house for all to enjoy. Each year Dennis seems to outdo himself as he develops new areas on the property to make The Haunted Mill even bigger and better. The Haunted Mill is located in southeastern Idaho in the town of Teton, Just 1/4 mile north of Russell’s Junction. The Mill opens up September 29 and will run the following dates: September 29-30, October 6-7, 13-14, and all the rest of the month from the 16-31st. The Mill WILL be closed on Sundays. Prices: General Admission $10. New this year – Fast pass $15 and Season pass $35 – WEBSITE

Haunted Mansions of Albion – Albion
The nightmare returns with a total of FIVE haunted attractions that will keep you gasping for air between screams. Come this year to once again feel that rush as you enter a world where only the only ones who can stay sane are the insane and your nightmares bleed into reality. Open Friday and Saturday from 7-midnight through October. Also will be open on Thursday the 19th and 26th, as well as the 30th and 31st for Halloween. $24 gets you into the School of Chaos, House of Clowns, Zombie Academy, and you can explore Historic Comish Hall – FACEBOOK / WEBSITE

Theatre of Lost Souls – Shelley
This Halloween season you could experience the tensest, thrilling and frightening event of your life! Join us at The Theatre of the Lost Souls on State St. in Shelley… a REAL haunted attraction in a decades-old theatre, with a terrifying history! This haunted attraction is not recommended for children under 10! We do not give refunds so don’t waste your money…Leave the little ones at home! We do not allow children or babies under 4 under any circumstance. It is important to note there will be limited vision, tunnels, and steep stairs so expect some crawling and climbing. Tennis shoes are recommended! Prices: M-Th $9 Fri-Sat $10 –WEBSITE

Hospital of Lost Souls- Shelley
The newest haunted attraction from the same people that bring you Theatre of Lost Souls. Enter the Hospital of Lost Souls on State Street in Shelley, directly next door to the Theatre. Anyone who’s ever lived in the town of Shelley knows there’s an old building on State Street with the words “Hospital” still visible at the top. The building was built in 1903 and has played several roles in the community such as restaurant, club, and room and board, but perhaps the greatest mystery is when it was a hospital from 1909 to 1926. Few people around today can remember any patient stories from the old hospital, but It still shows many signs of once being one. It has the old dumbwaiter, an old, creaky hospital ward with a hallway full of rooms and floral wallpaper. The musty, dark basement was heated by a coal furnace with very little light to guide the workers. And perhaps the eeriest of all is the old surgical room upstairs with its sink still standing. Prices: M-Th $9 Fri-Sat $10 – WEBSITE

Haunted History Walking Tour – Pocatello
Tickets are now available for the 4th annual Haunted History Tour fundraiser for Old Town Pocatello host by the Southeast Idaho Paranormal Organization (SEIPO). Ranked as one the best tours in the Western United States, the Haunted History Tour is a fun and exciting walking tour featuring 4 thrilling locations highlighting the history and haunts of historic Pocatello, Idaho. Tour dates are October 14,20,21,27, and 28 with the following times available, 6 pm tours on Friday, 3 pm and 6pm tours on Saturday. Tickets are $20 for adults and $15 ages 8-15 and will include free admission to the Preview Party October 11th at 7 pm at Don Aslett’s Museum of Clean. Tickets are limited. For more information and to purchase tickets contact Old Town Pocatello 208-232-7545 or 420 N. Main St. – WEBSITE

Grandstand Of Terror (NOW The Haunting of Mirmar Hotel) – Blackfoot
We are engineered to make you scream. The Blackfoot Community Players are a non-profit organization. Every member of our cast and crew are a volunteer. All proceeds go to benefit the restoration and upkeep of the historic Nuart Theater in downtown Blackfoot, Idaho. This year they have found a new home to produce the event, reservations are recommended. Appropriate for 10+ years old. M-Th 7:30 to 9:30 p.m., F-S 7:30 to 11 p.m., Closed Sundays. Fast Pass & The Haunting $15, The Haunting $10, The Haunting Apocalypse $18, The Haunting Apocalypse Fast Pass $23, Zombie Apocalypse $10 – FACEBOOK / WEBSITE

Pocatello High School’s Haunted School
Pocatello High School gets haunted on October 28th & 29th from 5 pm to 9 pm, October 31st from 3 pm to 6 pm (kid friendly!), and October 31st from 6 pm to 8 pm! Admission is just $5 or bring a canned food item to receive $1 off admission! Proceeds from the Haunted School go to providing needy students Thanksgiving Food Baskets and Christmas Food Baskets – HISTORY

Corn / Straw Mazes

Wild Adventure Corn Maze – Blackfoot
This year it’s all about space exploration at The Wild Adventure Corn Maze! It’s more than a maze! Enjoy a wide variety of activities at the Wild Adventure Corn Maze including the Corn Cannon, Bounce Houses, Zip Lines, Toddler Town, Petting Zoo, Ride the Bucket Train, Play Farm Scene Investigation, Visit the Pumpkin Patch, El Elote Loco Mexican Crazy Corn and other concessions and extra events every weekend! Group Tickets $6, General Admission $11, Child (4-11) $6, ages 3 and under get in for free – WEBSITE

Rexburg Straw Maze – Rexburg
The Straw Maze has been a family favorite in Rexburg for the last 5 years. With over 30,000 guests visiting the maze every year many would agree it is a holiday tradition must. With windy walk-ways and crawling tunnels, you are guaranteed to get lost in the fun. When darkness falls The Straw Maze becomes haunted during the weekends. This has been one of the greatest highlights of the Halloween season at the Straw Maze. The Maze will be running from September 18 until November 1st. Ages 12+ $6, 5 to 11 $4, Haunted Maze $10, Haunted Forest $10, Maze & Forest $16, Season Pass $45, Children Haunt Pass $14 – FACEBOOK / WEBSITE

Country Trails Corn Maze – Rexburg
We are a couple of friends who like to have fun! One farmer, one mechanic, and our families. We have an eight-acre corn maze, kids straw maze, train ride, hay ride, and our most popular attraction, a 60-foot slide! Don’t forget to get a picture at our A-Mazin-Ing photo op and we also have concessions! The maze is haunted at dark weeknights in October and also on Halloween night! Ages 4-11 $4 Adults $6. Haunted maze 4-11 $7 adults $9. Children 3 and under are free! – FACEBOOK / WEBSITE

Pumpkin Patches

U-Pick Pumpkin Patch – Idaho Falls
This U-pick patch is planted, weeded, irrigated, fertilized & maintained by cousins McNeil & Chase Walker. There are two main purposes for the U-Pick Red Barn patch… 1. For the boys to learn how to work and find out what it takes to earn and pay their own way, both daily and for future missions and schooling. It means more when it’s earned. 2. To provide an experience for those who want to learn by picking the produce from the field. See how it’s grown, the irrigation and growing method that allows watermelon as large as 60 lbs, cantaloupe the size of basketballs, and pumpkins exceeding 300 lbs to be grown in Idaho Falls! It’s a wonderful experience for school kids, families, special clubs and interests of all kinds! Come and pick your own fresh produce at any time. We count on people being honest, that’s why we have a Pick n’ Pay trust system at U-Pick Red Barn. Just pick what products you want and pay in the box by the barn door marked, “Pay Here”. It’s that easy! FACEBOOK / WEBSITE


EITC Trunk-Or-Treat at EITC: Check the facebook page for updated times.- FACEBOOK
Tadd Jenkins Chevrolet Trunk-Or-Treat at Tadd Jenkins Chevrolet in Rigby on Monday, October 31st 4p-6p
Say Boo to Cancer Trunk-Or-Treat at Teton Cancer Institute on October 28th at 2:30p
Second Annual Tractor Treat at Bingham County Implement Dealership on October 28th 4p-6p

If you would like your event listed, please contact Sandie Fulks at 208-524-5900 or email sandie@richbroadcasting.com