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October 2017: Your Guide to the Scariest Haunted Houses in Honolulu

Are you a brave soul? If so, these haunted attractions are perfect for the adventurous spirit.


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Haunted Plantation 

Waipahu

Haunted Plantation

Photo: Aaron K. Yoshino

 

Your worst nightmares come true at the Haunted Plantation in Waipahu. On Friday the 13th, the Hawai‘i Plantation Village transforms into a haunted attraction complete with crazy circus clowns, gross zombies and a hideous pale woman. More than 70 costumed actors are hiding inside the houses in the village, waiting to scare you. The movie-quality special-effects makeup really adds to the extra creepiness factor. What’s even scarier are the stories of real ghosts reported on the site of this former sugar plantation village. Throw in some spooky music and fog—you’ve got a recipe for a good scare. 

Oct. 13–15, 20–22, 27–29, 31, $15 general admission, $20 fast pass, Waipahu Plantation Village, 94-695 Waipahu St., hawaiihauntedplantation.com

 

 

Skeleton Key Presents Mummy: Curse of the Crypt by Jorge Garcia 

Kailua 

Mummy: Curse of the Crypt by Jorge Garcia

Photo: Courtesy of Skeleton Key Hawai‘i

 

You don’t need to take a trip to King Tutankhamun’s tomb in the Valley of the Kings to see mummies—a new haunted house in Kailua is packed with them. Mummy: Curse of the Crypt is Kailua’s newest haunt designed by Hawai‘i Five-O actor Jorge Garcia and produced by Skeleton Key Hawai‘i’s Kevin Keaveney. Your mission is to escape this long-lost Egyptian crypt to survive the mummy’s curse. Be prepared to feel claustrophobic. Tight spaces? You bet. You’ll need to navigate through the dark and winding tunnel with mummies creeping at every turn.  Can you make it out alive?

​7–11 p.m. on Oct. 6–7, 13–14, 19–21, 26–31 and keiki-friendly days from 5–7 p.m. on Oct. 21, 28–29, $15 general admission, $20 fast pass, 171 A-Hamakua Drive, skeletonkeyhawaii.com 

 

 

Zombie Paintball Massacre

Downtown

The undead are after you. You’re armed with a paintball gun and only one goal: Save the world. Good luck. 

7–11 p.m., Oct. 13–14, 20–21, 27–31, $10 per person for groups of 10 or more, $12 presale, $15 at the door, $20 fast pass (tickets available at all military outlets, Razor Concepts and UH Campus Center), 919 Kekaulike St., scream808.com

 

Bookmark this page! Check back for a more comprehensive list of haunted houses this month. 

 

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