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Plantation Blood
4127 Wallie Dr., Augusta
plantationblood.com
The Scenario: As you might expect, the plantation specializes in blood—and a lot of it. From clowns and zombies to crazy doctors and escaped convicts, it has it all.
Kid Friendly? For teens and up.
 
Nightmare Plantation
1110 Dodge Ln., Grovetown
nightmareplantation.net
The Scenario: Nightmare Plantation is an actual plantation, purported to be the site of numerous paranormal encounters over the past 30 years. While the house is not part of the experience, you explore several outbuildings and a haunted cemetery. A portion of proceeds benefit the Wounded Warrior Project and Channeled Paths.
Kid Friendly? For teens and up.
 
Frightmares Haunted House
frightmaresaugusta.com
The Scenario: Frightmares is moving to a new location this year, so be prepared for some new scares!
Kid Friendly? According to organizers, this year’s house will be more “in your face”—appropriate for ages 13 and up. Darkest Hour
Le Chat Noir Theatre, 304 8th St.
October 12-13, 19-20, 26-27
lcnaugusta.com
Details: During this interactive Halloween attraction, private military company Darkest Hour must fend off an alien invasion with the help of the community. Features graphic violence, prop nudity and inappropriate language.
Kid Friendly? No children under 13; teens 13 to 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
 
Haunted Hayrides at Graystone Ranch
1017 McManus Rd., Hephzibah
graystoneranch.com
The Scenario: No one knows what might happen during this haunted hayride.
Kid Friendly? Yes, thanks to scary and not-so-scary versions.
 
Disoriented Express Haunted House
1510 Richland Ave., Aiken
803-644-3008 or find them on Facebook
Details: Inside the old Belk building in Kalmia Plaza, navigate your way through a terrifying series of mazes, tunnels, trains and more, courtesy of the Aiken Jaycees.
Kid Friendly? Family-friendly matinees are on Saturdays.

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