Get Scared, Get Ghosted, Get Lost: Frightfully Fun Things to Do This Weekend
October is upon us.
And whether you're a fright-obsessed lover of all things scary or like losing yourself in a maze of cornstalks, here’s where to get into the spirit of the season in and around El Paso.
Haunted Houses of Terror: Twice the terror, double the screams. “Resident Evil” and “Devil’s Asylum” are the themes of this year’s haunted attraction at Desert Warriors Paintball. New this year is a Haunted Market featuring local vendors and food trucks. [More Info]
The Asylum II House of Horrors: Terror has a new location, and downtown will never be the same. This year, step into the old and abandoned Stanton Mansion. [More Info]
A Nightmare on Socorro Road: The indoor/outdoor haunt is located in a historical 1800s hacienda a few minutes off loop 375 at 10167 Socorro Rd. Food trucks, vendor booths, and nightly classic horror movies playing on an outdoor big screen will be part of the mix. [More Info]
La Union Maze: Two mazes; the regular corn maze and a flower maze. This year the corn maze design has a UFO theme. [More Info]
Mesilla Valley Maze: A giant corn maze and a mini maze for the little ones. The giant maze maze is cut in the shape of a beehive and will bee buzzing with activity. [More Info]
Lost El Paso Paranormal: Friday, September 30, Haunted Spirits Downtown Bar Crawl. A fun and unique way to experience a handful of the downtown bars. Ghost tour attendees can toss back a few whiles listening to spine-tingling tales of the creepy happenings that have occurred within the walls of the buildings the clubs and bars call home. [More Info]
Paso Del Norte Paranormal Society (Ghosts 915): Saturday, Oct 1, Concordia Cemetery Ghost Walk. Proceeds go towards upkeep of the historic cemetery [More Info]