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Halloween Haunt is an epic scream

Janine Good

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I love Halloween. A day of costumes, candy, and creepiness. It is a fun time to bring children together to visit the generous homes in their local neighbourhoods, as well as a fun time for adults to get creative with masquerade balls aplenty. Through this thriller-style celebration of spooks, scares, monsters, and spirits, haunted houses pop up in many cities, zombie walks are organized, and parks take the holiday into their own hands to bring an experience that will fill your October of many a scream. And this is exactly what we found at the Halloween Haunt at Canada’s Wonderland.

A Little Bit About the Event

Halloween Haunt at Canada’s Wonderland is a Halloween celebration held yearly. Entering its 13th season, the Haunt attracts thousands for a night of fun to celebrate the spooky month of October! Canada’s Wonderland pulls out all the stops to transform the already jam-packed theme park of thrilling attractions and one-of-a-kind rides to a spooky and haunted extravaganza where ghosts linger and goblins take fright.

Prepare to enjoy special scary attractions ready to test your fright, night access to many of the exhilarating adrenaline-pumping rides including the highest roller coaster in Canada, the Leviathan, seasonal shows, hundreds of talented actors in costume just waiting to scare you as you pass, and much more.

She is waiting to greet you….

 

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