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COLUMN: Oh, horrors part two: a look at some of the local haunted attractions

This attraction features one of two zip lines in local attractions. The other is in at the Haunted Forest which I previewed last week. This line, though, goes right over the tractor.

Also, beware of wildlife driving dilapidated trucks.

Pricing: The hayride is $10 and the haunted house is $7 or you can buy a combo ticket for just $15.

Hours: Fridays and Saturdays from 7 to 11 p.m.

For more information, visit demonacres.com.

My ratings: The hayride – five out of five pumpkins, the house - four out of five pumpkins.

Nightmare Woods of Port Byron

I love attractions that raise money for special causes and this is one of them. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to children with cancer.

This is a walk-through down a path through the woods. And it’s extremely creepy. Ghouls regularly jump out at you along the path.

This event is an entirely volunteer effort and you can tell it’s a labor of love. The scenes are very detailed and the monsters enjoy scaring people along the way.

One of the most creative and unique scenes is the crashed spaceship in the middle of the cornfield.

Pricing: Just $10 per person.

Hours: The attraction is open from dusk to 11 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays through Nov. 2.

For more information, you’ll find them on scarycuse.com

My ratings: four out of five pumpkins.

Booville! – Behind the B-ville Diner in Baldwinsville

This venue features three haunted walk-throughs and an event center with food, fun and games set inside a 15,000 square foot retail space in Baldwinsville.

The Attic is the shortest of the three walkthroughs and features the bedroom frights of a child in, you guessed it, his attic.

The Cage takes you inside a creepy zoo where the animals roam more freely than you will.

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