Seattle's 5 scariest Halloween attractions

Published On 10/23/2013 Published On 10/23/2013
Seattle Haunts
Nightmare on 9
Stalker Farms
Nightmare at Beaver Lake
Chona Kasinger
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1. The KUBE 93FM Haunted House at Georgetown Morgue 5000 E Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA 98134

93FM hosts a horrifically haunted house at the Georgetown Morgue, home of Seattle's most infamous murder: nine employees entered the crematorium, none came out... will you meet the same fate?

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2. Science Fiction Museum and Hall of Fame 325 5th Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109

This month only at Seattle's Science Fiction Museum, check out artifacts and movie props from some of your favorite scary movies, from The Shining to Night of the Living Dead.

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3. Nightmare at Beaver Lake 2656 244th Ave SE, Sammamish, WA 98075

Get the crap scared out of you for charity! From now until October 31st, visit Beaver Lake in Sammamish for "Washington's largest indoor/outdoor haunted house". The proceeds of which all go to charity. Bonus: bring a canned good, get a dollar off admission.

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4. Nightmare on 9 9010 Marsh Rd, snohomish, WA 98296

The Snohomish Slaughter & Rendering Plant was home to a gruesome accident... or was it murder? One of the brothers who founded the plant was ripped in two by a meat grinder, causing the place to close. Now, scare yourself stupid with Nightmare on 9, a haunted attraction in its place.

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5. Stalker Farms Haunted Attractions 8705 Marsh Rd, Snohomish, WA 98296

Killer clowns laughing maniacally at your immanent demise. A haunted cornmaze. Zombie... paint-balling? All this and more await you at Stalker Farms in Snohomish.