Haunted Places in Spruce Pine, North Carolina

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Brown Mountain Lights

Lenoir, north carolina.

It is said that the ghostly orbs that come out of the mountains are the spirits of Cherokee Indian maidens searching for their lost loves. The ghost lights are reported to date back to the 1200, when a big battle claimed the lives of many Indian warriors. The area also ...

Lees-McRae College - Tate Dorm

Banner elk, north carolina.

Lees-McRae College, specifically Tate Dorm, has a ghost called Emily. According to reports, 12-year-old Emily Draughn died of tuberculosis in the 1930s inside Tate Dorm, which was then Grace Memorial Hospital. Witnesses say Emily plays pranks like turning electrical things on and off or causing phones to ring. She has ...

Glidewells - Tijuana Flat's

Blowing rock, north carolina.

Glidewells was once a Tijuana Flat's. The Mexican eatery partially burned down, and a little girl perished in the blaze. Since the restaurant was rebuilt, the little girl's ghostly voice was occasionally heard in the building.

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Green Park Inn

This 1880s inn is said to have a haunt on its third floor. Witnesses say the ghost of a woman who died here in recent years has been seen walking through the third-floor hallways.

Vance Birthplace

Weaverville, north carolina.

The birthplace of Zebulon Baird Vance (1830–1894), a Confederate Civil War officer, governor, senator, and writer, is a five-room log house. Vance was a passionate speaker and leader, and a prominent figure in his time. Perhaps spirits of the deceased are still drawn to the charismatic Vance: Ghostly men and ...

Warren Wilson College

Swannanoa, north carolina.

Warren Wilson College, a private liberal arts college, is part of the Work Colleges Consortium. Students must work for the college as part of their schooling, in order to graduate. Buildings rumored to be haunted here include Jensen Lecture Hall, where vacuum cleaners turn off, lights flicker, unexplained clanking is ...

Appalachian State University - East Hall

Boone, north carolina.

At Appalachian State University's East Hall dorm, students will tell of strange footsteps, whispers, lights that suddenly turn off, and a feeling of something unseen brushing against you. The third-floor girls' bathroom is haunted by a male ghost, and the apparition of a girl in white has been seen in ...

Inn on Main Street

The Inn on Main Street is rumored to be haunted. Doors have been heard opening and closing on their own, pictures have been heard falling off walls, although the fallen pictures were never found.

Lewis Memorial Park

Asheville, north carolina.

Lewis Memorial Park is a cemetery where eerie apparitions are said to roam. A ghost horse and rider and a phantom dog are seen here; the rider is thought to be a funeral director, Robert J. Lewis, who donated the land for the cemetery in 1927.

Cairn Brae - Crooked Oak Mountain Inn

"Cairn Brae" was listed in Sheila Turnage's "Haunted Inns of the Southeast", but it appears that a new B&B is on the premises now called "Crooked Oak Mountain Inn". We don't currently have any details on the nature of the haunt here, but if you know anything please share ...

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Grove Park Inn

At this 1913 inn, you may come across a ghostly lady in pink. She is the wife of renowned writer Fitzgerals, and is known to tickle guests' toes at night. She has been spotted by both guests and employees. Room 545 is said to be particularly haunted with slamming doors, ...

Northside Grill and Bar

Northside Grill and Bar, which reports say now operates as Appalachian Tavern, used to have apartments on the second floor where a tenant committed suicide. Now, folks say, patrons have reported uneasy vibes and at times have spotted a shadowy figure that walks across the room.

Beaver Lake

Beaver Lake is home to the spirit of a young man who drowned here in the 1970s, according to local lore. His ghost is seen on the lakeshore. A female apparition also has been spotted standing on the dam and looking down into the water. She is thought to be ...

Gwendolyn's House

Elizabethton, tennessee.

The early 1900's building is haunted by the ghost of a woman in white, who has been standing at windows, looking out across the valley. The apparition of a black dog has also been seen running through the hallways and in the basement of the house. An aggressive entity has ...

Fletcher School of Dance

Woodfin, north carolina.

Fletcher School of Dance is rumored to be haunted by shadowy figures who moved construction workers' tools during a renovation and made odd sounds throughout the building.

Helen's Bridge - Zealandia Bridge

Zealandia Bridge, aka Helen’s Bridge, was built in 1909 as a carriageway for the Zealandia Estate. It was mentioned in a passage of Thomas Wolf's "Look Homeward, Angel," as the novelist used to frequently walk under the bridge. Its ghost, Helen, is believed to have been a woman who lived ...

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Hawley House Bed and Breakfast

Jonesborough, tennessee.

The inn has seen a lot of changes and additions over the years, but the original building is from 1793. It is said to be haunted by the spirits of "ladies of the night" who may have worked here in the past. Witnesses have heard their voices on the second ...

The Lodge on Lake Lure

Lake lure, north carolina.

The 1937 lodge began as a retreat for highway patrolmen and their families and a memorial to highway patrolman George Penn, who was shot and killed on the job. It was opened to the public in 1990. Rumor has it that the ghost who resides here is none other than ...

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Historic Eureka Inn

At this historic inn originally built in 1797 an used as a boardinghouse and sequester house for jurors, witnesses have reported seeing shadowy ghost figures and hearing unexplained footsteps and voices.

1889 WhiteGate Inn and Cottage

1889 WhiteGate Inn and Cottage is said to be haunted by Marion Bridgette, or Miss B., the nurse who bought the house in 1928. Her room was what is now the Robert Frost Room. Floating orbs have been photographed, footsteps have been heard on the stairs, lights click off and ...

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The 1927 Lake Lure Inn and Spa

The historic inn has been visited by such celebrities as novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald and presidents Calvin Coolidge and Franklin Roosevelt. In the 1940s it was used as a convalescent home for wounded soldiers. It is now rumored to be the home of many haunts. Staff members report hearing a ...

Chicken Alley

Chicken Alley is a narrow lane named for the fact that chickens used to hang out there in the city's much younger days. It even has a chicken mural, painted by local artist Molly Must. Legend has it the alley is haunted by the ghost of Dr. Jamie Smith, in ...

Asheville City Hall

One of the many men who committed suicide after the stock market crashed is said to still remain in the Asheville City Hall. The man's apparition wears old-fashioned clothes and has been spotted waiting in line at the snack bar. He isn't really noticed until he vanishes, frightening the employees ...

Thomas Wolfe Memorial

Old Kentucky Home, the Thomas Wolfe Memorial, was the home of the renowned writer and featured in his autobiographical novel "Look Homeward, Angel." The place has a couple of spirits in residence: those of a woman and a man. The woman's apparition has been spotted in the dining room; the ...

Merrimon and Broadway

James Sneed and James Henry were convicted of stealing a horse and hanged at this crossing in 1835, although they claimed to be innocent. Now, the phantom sounds of horse hooves, a wagon, and a gallows trap-door are heard here.

Jackson Building

The 15-story Jackson Building is a tourist attraction and the first skyscraper in western North Carolina. It's ghostly inhabitant is said to be a man who committed suicide during the Depression. The man's face appears in one of the upper windows, and reports say there is a bulls-eye on the ...

South Asheville Colored Cemetery

South Asheville Colored Cemetery is where African Americans were buried for about a century, beginning in the 1840s. As few records were kept, it is uncertain how many people were buried here, but estimates guess from 1,500 to as many as 5,000. Witnesses here have reported dark, shadowy figures along ...

Barley's Taproom and Pizzeria

In the area where Barley's now stands, a massacre took place in 1906 when Will Harris shot and killed five people, including two policemen, and then killed himself. To add to the eerieness, the town gallows once stood nearby as well. Folks say the taproom is home to several spirits ...

Basilica of St. Lawrence

The Basilica of St. Lawrence is said to be haunted by architect Rafael Guastavino, who was buried there in 1908, and his wife and daughter. A priest who died in the building is also thought to reside here in spirit. Witnesses report cold spots, apparitions, orbs and lights and ...

First Presbyterian Church

First Presbyterian Church was built in 1841 but was burned in 1865, during the Civil War. The churce was rebuilt in its present Gothic style in 1884. Although author Thomas Wolfe's funeral was held here, it is not his spirit who walks the halls. She is called Black Abbey, an ...

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Miles Building

The 1901 Miles Building was a gentlemen's club originally, and is now used as an office building. In an office for the Mountain X-Press, according to reports, a ghostly arm in a white long-sleeve shirt appears reaching toward a desk, then vanishes. The sound of a squeaky desk chair is ...

The Historic S & W Building

The Historic S & W Building used to house Shotzy's Bar, where employees said a couple of ghosts hung out. A spectral girl appeared on the balcony, and a phantom waiter walked down the hall toward the kitchen. Coolers were known to open and close on their own as well. ...

Pritchard Park

Pritchard Park is inside the triangle formed by Patton Avenue, College Street and lower Haywood Street. Ghostly Confederate soldiers are said to linger here, as this was a staging area during the Civil War. It also used to house the city's post office.

Highland Hospital Site

A mental asylum used to stand on these grounds, but in 1948, a fire destroyed the property; nine died including the former wife of F. Scott Fitzgerald, Zelda. It is believed that the casualties could have been zero, but the patients were drugged and locked in their rooms awaiting further ...

Battery Park Hotel

Although it was a hotel from the early- to mid-1900s, this building now has been renovated into apartments. Apparitions have been reported here; it is said that a man was murdered on the hotel premises and liked to materialize for the hotel employees.

Church Street

Church Street is said to have been built overtop old churchyard graves, causing a restless spirit or two to appear. One is a nun, and the other is a woman in old-fashioned garb who seems to be looking for something.

Waneta Street

A 1920s unsolved murder along Waneta Street centered on two women who were beaten to death. The killer's apparition has been seen carrying the murder weapon, a sort of pipe or club.

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Asheville Seasons Bed and Breakfast

Grace is the ghost who haunts this early-20th-century establishment. She is the relative of a former resident here, and she is most active in her own room. Grace's dog has been seen here as well. Some guests have reported that Grace climbed into bed with them and hugged them.

Scandals Nightclub

Scandals Nightclub, which began in 1982, is a dance club for the LGBT community. It is haunted by an apparition of a Native American woman who is also blamed for unexplained lighting issues.

Church of the Redeemer

Church of the Redeemer, built in 1888 with two Tiffany windows, was originally the family chapel for a nearby mansion. The mansion has since burned down. According to witnesses, a female apparition has been spotted coming down the stairs of the sloped cemetery in back. She then crosses Riverside Drive ...

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Riverside Cemetery

Riverside Cemetery has more than 13,000 graves, including authors Thomas Wolfe and William Sydney Porter (O. Henry) and influential politician Zebulon Baird Vance. Witnesses have heard gunfire and seen a phantom Confederate army marching here, perhaps toward the site of the 1865 Battle of Asheville, fought a mile away on ...

Midnite Rodeo Club

The building that used to house nightclubs Coolworld and the Midnite Rodeo Club (now closed) is a century-old warehouse complex that is said to have a ghost in residence. A blurry gray form has been spotted in a hallway on security cameras or walking across the dance floor toward a ...

Reed House - Biltmore Village Inn

The inn was originally built as the Reed House in 1892. There have been many spooky occurrences here, such as one night in thw 1970s when heavy footsteps were heard climbing the back stairs late at night, but no one was there. Another time, after folks were laughing and scoffing ...

Biltmore-Oteen Bank Building

Biltmore-Oteen Bank Building, most recently used for The Melting Pot restaurant, stood abandoned since the flood of 2004. But a ghost from the early part of the 20th century is said to still linger here. The apparition of a man, witnesses say, seems to be looking for something that has ...

The Biltmore Estate

The famous Biltmore Estate was owned by George W. Vanderbilt, died from complications of appendicitis in 1914. Afterward, his wife would sit in front of the marble fireplace in the library and talk to George's spirit. Now, witnesses say you can still hear her voice talking, and both spirits are ...

Craven Street Bridge

The ghost on the Craven Street Bridge is said to be a naked boy's apparition. Legend has it he drowned when he jumped off the bridge to take a swim in the river below.

Smith-McDowell House

The Smith-McDowell House, built in 1840, is said to be haunted by two little girls who died in the building, named Carrie and Sarah, as well as a specter called the Dark One, who is believed to be the spirit of a slave owner. Witnesses have captured photos of a ...

Isis Restaurant and Music Hall

Isis Restaurant and Music Hall, formerly Pastabilities Restaurant, is housed in the historic 1930s Isis Theater. One of the ghosts here is Susie, a former owner's little girl who passed away. One time, a restaurant patron's young daughter was having a lively chat with someone unseen, and when asked whom ...

Mountain Brew Cafe

Arden, north carolina.

Mountain Brew Cafe is no longer in operation, reports say. But its building may still be haunted by many ghosts. One, according to local legend, is the spirit of a woman who was murdered on the second floor. Witnesses inside the restaurant often heard footsteps on the stairs when nobody ...

The locals may tell you that Pond Road has a ghost dog, seen near the quarry. First, you hear the phantom black hound howl, and then he appears, trotting. Next he starts to run, leaps, and disappears.

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Fall and Halloween events across Western North Carolina

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From fall festivals to corn mazes to trick-or-treating, find an event here to plan your weekend or enjoy the Halloween holiday with family or friends.

Ghost Train Halloween event: Through Oct. 28, 7:30-11:30 p.m. Friday-Saturday, Tweetsie Railroad, 300 Tweetsie Railroad Lane (off Highway 321), Blowing Rock. Transforms from Wild West theme to a haunted park by night. Tickets sold in advance for a designated night with scheduled train ride time. $60, $40 age 3-12. Visit www.Tweetsie.com . Open 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday-Sunday through Oct. 29, 7:30-11:30 p.m. Friday-Saturday during Ghost Train and 5:30 p.m. on select nights Nov. 24-Dec. 30.

N.C. Glass Center pumpkin patch: Through Oct. 29 the center will showcase hundreds of glass-blown pumpkins available for purchase from local artists. 140-C Roberts St., Asheville. Open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday and 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday-Saturday, closed Tuesday. Visit www.ncglasscenter.org .

Cold Mountain Corn Maize: N.C. 110/4168 Pisgah Drive, Canton. Open 4-9 p.m. Wednesday-Friday and 1-9 p.m. Saturday-Sunday. The maze turns spooky at dark. $12.

The Haunted Farm: 7-11 p.m., Friday-Saturday Sept. 29-Oct. 28, Sunday Oct. 22 and 29, Tuesday Oct. 31, 624 Townsend Road, Hendersonville. Tickets start at $35. Parking is $5, cash only. Visit www.nchauntedfarm.com for advance tickets. Tickets sold at event are cash only.

Pinhead’s Graveyard: 7-11 p.m., Friday-Sunday Sept. 29-Nov. 4 and Tuesday Oct. 31, 562 Main St., Canton. $30, $35 on celebrity visit nights, $5 extra for touching, $20 age 6-10, military, veterans, law enforcement, seniors. Free parking. Cash only at the door. Visit www.pinheadsgraveyard.com .

Eliada Home Fall Festival and Corn Maze: Sept. 29-Oct. 29, 3-7 p.m. Fridays, 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday, Eliada Home, 2 Compton Drive, Asheville. $12, $30 season pass, birthday party tent and admisison $300. Call 828-772-9734.

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Stepp's Hillcrest Orchard, 170 Stepp Orchard Drive, Hendersonville: U-pick pumpkins and apples through October, five acre corn maze open daily, on weekends is an apple cannon, jump pad, wagon rides. Covered picnic area. Visit www.steppapples.com.

Grandad’s Apples : 2951 Chimney Rock Road, Hendersonville. Corn maze, pumpkin patch, apple orchard, market, bakery. The corn maze is open daily 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Cow train and apple cannon open on the weekends. Prices vary by activity. Visit  grandadsapples.com .

Hickory Nut Gap Farm, 57 Sugar Hollow Road, Fairview: 11 a.m.-3 p.m. every weekend through Nov. 11. Hay rides, pony rides, apples, fresh-pressed cider, creekside play area, cornhole, relax in hammocks while the kids go down culvert slides, food truck, see farm animals, pumpkins and gourds for sale. Visit www.hickorynutgapfarm.com.

Snow Tubing: 10 a.m.-7 p.m. weekends through Oct. 29, Black Bear Snow Tubing, 373 Kerr Road, Hendersonville. Also try apple cider donuts, apple cider slushies, espresso, more. $40 two hours, $30 one hour. Also Bear Scat Track RC Crawler Course : $20/hour, $15/30 minutes, $10/hour with your own truck (four available for rent), hay ride $15 and $10 age 10 and younger. Visit www.blackbearsnowtubing.com .

The Orchard at Altapass: Open through October. 1025 Orchard Road near Spruce Pine at mile 328.3 on Blue Ridge Parkway. Free concert 2 p.m. every Saturday-Sunday. Grill open 11 am.-4 p.m. Wednesday-Sunday. Heyrides 12:30 and 2:30 p.m. on weekends. Music jam 1-3 p.m. Thursdays. U-pick apples at top of every hour 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Wednesday-Sunday. Visit www.altapassorchard.org.

Haunted Asheville walking tours: Choose from classic walking tour, supernatural tour, Biltmore Village mystery tour. About two hours. $29.95, $19.95 age 14 and younger. Visit www.hauntedasheville.com.

Haunted History & Murder Mystery Tour with Gray Line Trolley: 75 minutes. Departure point is Pack's Tavern, 20 S. Spruce St., downtown Asheville. $30, $14 age 5-11. Reservations required. Visit www.graylineasheville.com/tours/ghost-tour.

Ghosted: Comedy Bus Tour: Departs from The LaZoom Room, 76 Biltmore Ave., Asheville. 60 minutes, tours run nightly after dark. $33. For age 17+. Visit www.lazoomtours.com.

Fall on the Farm: Through Oct. 29, 2871 New Leicester Hwy., Leicester. 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Saturdays and 2-6 p.m. Sundays. Fall market: free admission. Fun Zone: $10, hay maze, corn pit, tile slide, games, animals, photo booth. Tractor train: $5, for kids up to 48” tall. Hay ride: $5. Cash only.

Horror Movie Mondays: 9 p.m. every Monday through Oct. 30, The Burger Bar, 1 Craven St., Asheville. Shown on big screen outdoors. Free popcorn.

Abernethy UMC Pumpkin Patch: Through Oct. 31, Abernethy United Methodist Church, 1418 Patton Ave, Asheville. Visit www.abernethy.org.

Fletcher Pumpkin Patch: Through Oct. 31 at Fletcher United Methodist Church, 50 Library Road, Fletcher. Visit www.fletcherumc.org .

Groce UMC Pumpkin Patch: Through Oct. 31, Groce United Methodist Church, 954 Tunnel Road, Asheville. 12:30-7 p.m. Sunday-Friday, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturday. Visit www.groceumc.org .

Waynesville Pumpkin Patch: Through Oct. 31, First United Methodist Church, 566 S. Haywood St., Waynesville. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Saturday, noon-6 p.m. Sunday.

Autumn Amble leaf tours: 4 p.m. every Friday-Saturday in October, Highlands Botanical Garden, 930 Horse Cove Road, Highlands. View the captivating colors of fall foliage, learn why leaves change color. Free. Visit www.highlandsbiological.org .

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“Alice’s Adventures in Murderland”: Oct. 6-28, 7:30 p.m. Friday-Sunday, Hazel Robinson Amphitheatre, 92 Gay St., Asheville. Alice Liddle returns to Wonderland after many years and finds it changed into a violent, unrecognizable wasteland. Free but only those with tickets allowed at each performance. Donations accepted. Visit www.montfordparkplayers.org .

Pumpkin Fest at Silvermont: 6-9 p.m. Friday-Saturday through Oct. 28, Silvermont Mansion, 364 E. Main St., Brevard. 18 lighted carved pumpkin exhibits on a short, paved trail with trail actors and characters.  Tours of historic mansion, storytelling, kids activities, food trucks, music. On site parking $5 per car; free parking a block away. $7, $5 ages 3-12.  Visit https://silvermont.org/2023-pumpkin-fest/.

The Mel Brooks musical "Young Frankenstein": Friday-Sunday through Oct. 29, Hendersonville Theatre, 229 S. Washington St., Hendersonville. PG-13 due to adult humor and content. $22-$30. Visit www.hendersonvilletheatre.org.

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Southside Halloween Festival: 5-8 p.m. Oct. 23, Dr. Wesley Grant Sr. Southside Community Center, 285 Livingston St., Asheville. Pumpkin carving, face painting, costume contest with prizes, classic horror movies, Halloween Ball, free food following the Halloween fun. Drop in or stay the whole time. $5. Call 828-989-2464.

Enchanted Forest Halloween bash: 5:30 p.m.-7 p.m. Oct. 24, Highlands Botanical Garden. Go trick-or-treating through the forest trails, bonfire, hot drinks, face painting. Costumes encouraged. Free. Meet in amphitheater behind Highlands Nature Center, 930 Horse Cove Road, Highlands. Call 828-526-2623.

Punch Bucket Lit Halloween Rapid Reading: 6:30-9 p.m. Oct. 24, Revolve Mercantile, 697 Haywood Road, Asheville. Settle in for 10 writers’ interpretations of the scary, horrifying, creepy, and unsettling. Free. You can purchase a tarot card reading or raffle tickets with prizes. Visit www.punchbucketlit.org .

Fall Festival: 6 p.m. Oct. 25, Mills River United Methodist Church, 137 Old Turnpike Road, Mills River. Free food truck, games, candy, music, bounce houses, slides.

Trunk or Treat: 5:30-7:30 p.m. Oct. 25, First United Methodist Church, 29 Newfound St., Canton. Food, bounce houses, hayrides in lower parking lot.

The Witch Trials: 10 p.m. Oct. 25, 27 Club, 180 Patton Ave., Asheville. Join an interactive satire of the Salem Witch Trials and stay for burlesque, vendors with magical wares, tarot reading, costume contest. $10.

Hilloween Festival: Oct. 25-28 at locations across Mitchell County. Haunted schoolhouse Oct. 25-28 in Buladean. Trivia night Oct. 25 at Beirdock Brewery. Oct. 26: Trick-or-Treat Spooktacular, Bakersville Night Festival, children's mask making workshop, Halloween karaoke at Moondust Lounge. Oct. 27: Hilloween book distribution, children's carnival, ghost stories at Old English Inn, haunted pub crawl in Spruce Pine. Oct. 28: Photo scavenger hunt, homemade costume contest, Spruce Pine Street Festival featuring The Del McCoury Band. Visit www.hilloween.org.

Palimpsest season 5 launch party: 7 p.m. Oct. 26, Black Mountain Center for the Arts, 225 W. State St., Black Mountain. Palimpsest is a single-voiced horror audio drama about memory, identity and the things that haunt us. Each 10-episode season is a self-contained story exploring the spaces between horror, fantasy and psychological realism. $15. Visit www.blackmountainarts.org .

Trunk or Treat: 5:30-7 p.m. Oct. 26, North Henderson High School, 35 Fruitland Road, Hendersonville.

Mill Town Farmers Market: 4-7 p.m. Oct. 26, Sorrells Park, downtown Canton. Closing day of market season features a Halloween celebration and free yoga class at 5:30 p.m.

Haunted Hallways: 7-9 p.m. Oct. 26, North Henderson High School, Hendersonville. Presented by theatre department. Some scenes may not be suitable for children under age 10. $5.

Fall book sale: 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Oct. 26-27, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Oct. 28, Madison County Public Library, Marshall. Used books, CDs, audio books, DVDs. Visit http://fmcpl.square.site .

Aston Park disc golf course grand opening: 3:30-6:30 p.m. Oct. 26, 336 Hilliard Ave., Asheville. Tips, tricks, games, raffles, prizes, music, scavenger hunt, ride with Asheville On Bikes, ace the target for a prize.

Hawaiian Halloween Party: 6-8 p.m. Oct. 26, Black Wall Street AVL, 8 River Arts Place, Asheville. Hula performance, Hawaiian food, silent auction. Free admission. Fundraiser for Arms Around ASD.

Horror Movie Tune Up: 7:30 p.m. Oct. 27, Asheville Community Theatre, 35 E. Walnut St., downtown. Immersive theatrical experience. We’ll play the non-musical version of "Little Shop of Horrors" (1960) on the big screen with interruptions of live musical performances and games. Costumes are required. Win prizes. $10. Option to pre-order a Ghostly Grab Bag for $15. For age 21 and older. Visit www.ashevilletheatre.org .

Monster Mash: 3:45 p.m.-5 p.m. Oct. 27, Edneyville Community Center, 15 Ida Rogers Drive, Hendersonville. Catered to ages 12 and younger. Seasonal fun and games. Non-scary costumes welcome. Call Henderson County Parks and Rec at 828-697-4884 for information.

Trunk or Treat and haunted horse barn: 5:30-7:30 p.m. Oct. 27, Davis Ranch, 52 Chesterfield Lane, Leicester. Haunted horse barn, meet horses in costumes. Free admission. Cash for special games and treats.

Trunk or Treat: 4-7 p.m. Oct. 27, Carolina Pediatric Therapy, 9 W. Summit Ave., Asheville.

Haunted Castle on the Hill: 7-10 p.m. Oct. 27-28, Stephens Lee Community Center, Asheville. Age 10 and older. $2. Hosted by Parks and Recreation. Visit www.avlrec.com .

Trunk or Treat:  Oct. 27, Owen High School, Black Mountain, during the first half of the Varsity football game. Contact Officer Inman at  raymond. [email protected] to participate. Donations of candy are also needed if you are unable to attend.

Carnivale in Venice masquerade ball: 7 p.m. Oct. 27, Asheville Masonic Temple, 80 Broadway St., downtown. Art, performance, dancing and imbibing in a historical Asheville establishment. $125 regularo, $175 opulenza. Visit www.eventbrite.com .

Ghost Stories By The Fire: 7:30-9:30 p.m. Oct. 27, The Getaway River Bar, 790 Riverside Drive, Asheville. Free. Age 21+. Visit www.getawayontheriver.com . Followed by Halloween Alien Invasion dance party 10 p.m.-2 a.m. Wear your costume. $10.

Halloween Fest: Ages 0-12. 4-6 p.m. Oct. 27, Mountains Branch Library, 150 Bill’s Creek Road, Lake Lure. Variety of spooky fun activities. Costumes encouraged but not required. Visit www.rutherfordcountylibrary.org .

HauntVille - Asheville AI Summit: 6:30-11 p.m. Oct. 27-28, Art Garden AVL at Riverview Station, 191 Lyman St., #316, Asheville. 13-scene progressive guided tour through a tantalizingly surreal psychological haunted house. Hear from Asheville's finest AI users, creators and creations. Come and take it all in, share your thoughts, desires, fear. Adults only. $44 in advance, $50 at the door. Visit www.artgardenavl.com.

Haunted Dog House: 4-6 p.m. Oct. 27, Life Dog Training Services, 95 Thompson St., Asheville. A spook-tastic adventure for your pup as you walk through the haunted dog house, take a photo in the photo booth, and join the raffle. $7 covers one dog and two humans. Goodie bag, obstacles, games. Visit https://forms.gle/KeMxnzhwJpkwgFWU9 .

The Legend of Tommy Hodges outdoor drama: 6:30 and 8 p.m. Oct. 27-28, Cradle of Forestry in America, 11250 Pisgah Hwy./US 276, Pisgah Forest. $6-$26. One mile paved trail, traveling back in time to 1901 to hear yarns of the legendary Tommy Hodges, fictional student of the Biltmore Forest School. Visit www.gofindoutdoors.org .

Halloween Silent Disco: 7:30-11:30 p.m. Oct. 27, Hi-Wire Brewing RAD Beer Garden, 284 Lyman St., Asheville. Don your spookiest attire and get ready to dance your heart out because with headphones for the music, you can sing as off-key as you like and with three channels of tunes, no one will know if your moves are off rhythm. $10-$15.

"Hocus Pocus" Halloween party: 6-8 p.m. Oct. 27, Fired Up Creative Lounge, 26 Wall St., Asheville. A “Hocus Pocus” photo booth, festive goodies, and a spooky silkscreen to help with your pottery creation. Pottery is not included in the ticket price. $8.

The Haunted Trail: Oct. 27-30, Adventure Center of Asheville. Walk a haunted trail with live actors, Halloween lights, spooky sounds and funny jokes. Then climb the aerial Glow Trail - light up the night with two trails at Treetops Adventure Park. Geared towards families with kids ages 3-13.  Visit www.hauntedtrailwnc.com .

Asheville Halloween Bar Crawl: Prepare yourself for an amazing spooky pub crawl journey in celebration of Halloween. 4 p.m. on Oct. 27-28. Meet at The One Stop at Asheville Music Hall, 55 College St., Asheville. Wear your costume. $19.99 plus tax. Visit www.pubcrawls.com .

Sgili (Ghost) Hunt: 7-10 p.m. Oct. 27-29, Oconoluftee Indian Village, Drama Road, Cherokee. $10. Visit www.cherokeehistorical.org . This event is a ghost tour and not a haunted house attraction, but it’s sure to be lots of spooky fun. Traditional Cherokee stories by firelight then take a guided tour.

The Haunted House Asylum Tour: 7:30-9:30 p.m. Oct. 27-28, Sandy Mush Community Center, 19 School Road, Leicester. $5, $10 express pass to skip the line. Food truck on site. Two floors of terror.

Howl-O-Ween Pet Parade: 3 p.m. Oct. 28, Town Square in Black Mountain. Participation in parade is free. Costume contest follows parade, $8, registration begins at 1:30 p.m.

Halloween Carnival: Noon-2 pm. Oct. 28, Bill Moore Community Park, 85 Howard Gap Road, Fletcher. Games, candy, face painting, inflatables, tractor rides.

Plastic Abyss: Barbie's Underworld outdoor Halloween party: 8 p.m.-2 a.m. Oct. 28, The Getaway River Bar, 790 Riverside Drive, Asheville. Glam up in your Barbie best. Age 21+. $10. Visit www.getawayontheriver.com .

Halloween Silent Disco: 7:30-11:30 p.m. Oct. 28, Hi-Wire Brewing, 248 Lyman St., Asheville. $10 advance, $15 day of. For age 18 and older. Visit www.hiwirebrewing.com .

Community Costume Carnival: Noon-4 p.m. Oct. 28, Asheville Community Theatre, 35 E. Walnut St., downtown. Trunk or treat, carnival games, photo booth, small performances, costume contest at 3 p.m., costume sale from our costume shop. Admission is free but games cost a ticket, sold at the door. Visit www.ashevilletheatre.org .

Character Creations – Makeup Masterclass: 1 p.m., Oct. 28, Asheville Community Theatre, 35 E. Walnut St., downtown. Learn the foundations of character makeup and create eerie beings with the guidance of expert Nicki LaRue. For age 13 and older. $100. Visit www.ashevilletheatre.org .

HalloWeen Parade: Wolfbat Wicked Walk: 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Oct. 28, Foundation Skatepark with New Belgium Brewing, Lyman Street, Asheville. T-shirt printing, mask making for kids, spooky vending, beverages, music by DJ Soapbox. Parade kicks off at 3:10 p.m.-ish once the Pumpkin Peddlers reach the skatepark to join in the procession.

Haunted Pajama Party: 5-10 p.m. Oct. 28, Asheville School of Film, 12 Old Charlotte Hwy., Suite 80, Asheville. Games, stories, spooky movie. Free but a $10 suggested donation. Register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/1st-annual-haunted-pajama-party-registration-725641622627.

Trunk or treat and Fall Fun Fest: 2-5 p.m. Oct. 28, Family Life Center (Bethel Christian Academy), 100 Park St., Canton. Hosted by Bethel Baptist Church. Also tour Judgement House 7 p.m. Oct. 27-29.

Halloween Carnival: Noon-2 p.m. Oct. 28, Bill Moore Community Park, 85 Howard Gap Road, Fletcher. Games, candy, tractor rides, face painting, inflatables.

Pumpkin painting contest: 2-3 p.m. Oct. 28, Fletcher United Methodist Church, 50 Library Road, Fletcher. Buy a pumpkin from the patch, decorating supplies provided, prizes awarded.

Trunk or Treat: 1-3 p.m. Oct. 28, Buncombe County Sheriff’s Office, 35 Woodfin St., Asheville.

Candlelight: A Haunted Evening of Halloween Classics: 6:30 p.m. Oct. 28, AyurPana Listening Room, 312 Haywood Road, Asheville. Celebrate the season while listening to some of the most iconic horror movie soundtracks and horror themed songs. $45 and $60. Visit www.feverup.com .

Vampire Ball: Dance party of the year at 7 p.m. Oct. 28, Black Mountain Center for the Arts, 225 W. State St., Black Mountain. Photo booth, raffles, wear your costume. $20, $15 members. Visit www.blackmountainarts.org.

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HalloweenFest: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Oct. 28 in downtown Brevard. Bounce houses, costume competition and parade, Magic Book Bus, hula hoop dance party, the LEAF Easel Rider, food vendors, pet parade, street dance, witchy flash mob at 12:30 and 1 p.m., axe throwing, downtown Spooky Stroll Open House and trick or treating. Farmers Market 9 a.m.-noon. Visit www.brevardnc.org .

Thunderween: 7:30 p.m. Oct. 28, 185 King, 185 King St., Brevard. Music by The High Flying Criminals, Pisgah Thunder Dance Troupe at set break (9:30 or 10 p.m.), prizes for best costumes. Age 21 and older. $25 in advance, $30 day of show. Visit etix.com.

Barktoberfest: 4-7 p.m. Oct. 28, Outsider Brewing, 939 Riverside Drive, Asheville. Adoption drive, pet costume contest, new beer release, merchandise for sale, raffles, pet caricatures. Hosted by Misfit Mountain in Clyde.

Halloween Bash at Paint Rock Farm: 6-9 p.m. Oct. 28, Paint Rock Farm, 1295 Paint Rock Road, Hot Springs. Glow dance party for all ages, s'mores around campfire, retreat to your campsite or cabin for a peaceful evening immersed in nature. Lodging check-in begins at 4 p.m. All campers/glampers will need to bring food but will have access to campfires, grills and community kitchen. $10-$225. Get tickets at www.eventbrite.com.

Classical music and Halloween themed concert: Blue Ridge Orchestra performs at 3 p.m. Oct. 28, Haywood Community College, Freedlander Drive, Clyde. $25. Visit www.haywood.edu/orchestra. Costumes welcome.

Hazelween Fest: 5-7 p.m. Oct. 28 in Hazelwood (West Waynesville). Trick or treating on Hazelwood Avenue, classic car show, food trucks.

Trunk or Treat: 5-7 p.m. Oct. 28, Cabbage Rose Gift Shop, Soco Road, Maggie Valley. Costume contest for people and vehicles, win prizes.

Pup-o-Ween dog costume contest: 2-4 p.m. Oct. 28, Hi-Wire Brewing RAD Beer Garden, 284 Lyman St., Asheville. $10. Visit www.simpletix.com or www.hiwirebrewing.com .

All Hallows Full Moon Faire: 5-9 p.m. Oct. 28, Hive House Commons, 19 Park St., Canton. Meet under the full moon for enchanted exploration in costume or sorcerer’s garb — storytelling, crystal reading, a personalized oracle deck and more are included in the ticket price. $35-$135. Visit www.eventbrite.com for tickets.

Hell Comes to Flavortown Halloween Party: 6 p.m. Oct. 28, DSSOLVR, 63 N. Lexington Ave., Asheville. Step into Guy Sciery’s lair for a Halloween rager with a costume contest, music, food, beer release. Get ready to taste flavors that’ll punch your taste buds in the face.

Surreal Sirkus Arts Festival: 1-10 p.m. Oct. 28, Pack Square Park, downtown Asheville. An experience of performance, art vendors, food, beer, spirits and more. Free admission.

Awl Hallows Eve:  6 p.m.-midnight Oct. 28, Axe & Awl Leatherworks,41 Depot St., Waynesville. Join us for a night of eerie enchantment and terrifyingly tantalizing cocktails. Costumes encouraged. For age 21+. $10. Visit  www.axeandawlleatherworks.com .

Hatch-O-Ween:  7 p.m. Oct. 28, Bear’s Smokehouse, 135 Coxe Ave., Asheville. VIP Early Access at 6 p.m.-$50. No tickets needed for General Admission. Music by Lazr Luvr and others, Kids Zone, food, drinks, dancing, photo booth, cash prize costume contest. Purchase VIP tickets at  Eventbrite .

Haunts & Hops Costume Party:  8 p.m. Oct. 28, The Draftsman, 68 Patton Ave., Asheville.

Flight of the Vampire 5K:  9 a.m. Oct. 28, Depot Railroad Avenue Park, 390 Railroad Ave., Brevard. $35. Register at  www.runsignup.com.

"Terror on Tanglewood Street": 7:30 p.m. Oct. 29, Asheville Community Theatre, 35 E. Walnut St., downtown. Hosted by Tanglewood Teens. Musical act featuring songs from "The Nightmare Before Christmas" and a narrative segment building on the eerie atmosphere of Edgar Allan Poe’s "The Tell-Tale Heart." Dress up in your favorite Halloween attire. For all ages. $10. Visit www.ashevilletheatre.org .

Halloween Creepy Climbing: 4-6 p.m. Oct. 29, Tempie Avery Montford Community Center, 34 Pearson Drive, Asheville. Show off your costume, climb for candy, play ghoulish games. A parent or guardian must be present with their child during the event. Pre-registration is encouraged. $5. Call 828-253-3714. There is currently a waitlist.

Big Barn Market: 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Oct. 29, Hickory Nut Gap Farm, 57 Sugar Hollow Road, Fairview. Litttle ones can wear their costume and collect treats. Barn Door Ciderworks & Grush’s Cajun Dino Grill food truck on site. Also yoga class in the barn at 9 a.m. for $18. Visit www.hickorynutgapfarm.com.

Trunk or Treat: 4-6 p.m Oct. 29, First Baptist Church, Academy Street, Canton.

Trunk or Treat: 3-5 p.m. Oct. 29, Mills River Presbyterian Church, 10 Presbyterian Church Road, Mills River. Trick or treat, explore fire truck. Visit www.millsriverpresbyterian.org .

Trunk or Treat and Fall Festival: 6-8 p.m. Oct. 29, Beulah Baptist Church, 483 Sunset Circle, Canton.

Halloween Masquerade: 7-11 p.m. Oct. 29, Antidote at Chemist Spirits, 151 Coxe Ave., Asheville. Dress to impress with early 1900s or masquerade-themed flare then enjoy music, gift bags for the costumed, and a little cocktail alchemy.

Treat Street: 5-8 p.m. Oct. 31, Main Street, Hendersonville. Kids Fun Zone, trick or treating, DJ dance party, costume contest, games.

Treats on the Street: 5-7 p.m. Oct. 31 in downtown Waynesville.

Annual Boo Bash: 5-7 p.m. Oct. 31, Asheville Outlets, 800 Brevard Road. Free trick-or-treating, strolling magic, music and more. TapSnap Phototainment on site with photo booth where guests can receive one free 4” x 6” photo and digital download of a single image (while supplies last).

Halloween Bingo: 6 p.m. Oct. 31, Burton Street Community Center, Burton Street, Asheville. Free but registration required. Visit www.avlrec.com or call 828-254-1942.

Mama T’s Spooktacular Extravaganza: 5-8 p.m. Oct. 31, WPTL Radio, Canton. Food trucks, trunk or treat, free cotton candy.

Spooktacular Storytime: 1-1:30 p.m. Oct. 31, Canton Public Library, Pennsylvania Avenue. Pre-school age children can wear their costume as a favorite book character, storytime, take home a craft kit.

Trick or Treating and movie: Join downtown Canton business 5-7 p.m. Oct. 31 for trick or treating, followed by Halloween movie “Monster Show” in Sorrells Park.

Halloween Extravaganza: 6-8 p.m. Oct. 31, Cruso Community Center, 13186 Cruso Road, Canton. Wear your costume and bring a bag. Food, games, cake walks, candy.

Eclipse: Stories of Light and Dark: All Hallows Eve storytelling and music show featuring Connie Regan-Blake and Kim Weitkamp at 7 p.m. Oct. 31, Weaverville Community Center, 60 Lakeshore Drive. Free.

All Hallows Eve Purrrty: 4-9 p.m. Oct. 31, House of Black Cat Magic, 841 Haywood Road, Asheville. The shop is staying open late for sweet treats, family-friendly activities, and three costume contests with cool prizes. Britt's Sweet Treats ice cream truck, backyard bonfire, bobbing for apples, tarot and intuitive readers, trick-or-treat trail, vendors with oddities, art and more. Free.

Winter coat giveaway: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Nov. 8-9, Eblen Charities, 23 Hamilton St., Asheville. Sign up is not needed. Visit www.eblencharities.org .

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What are you afraid of? The dark, spiders, clowns, or people popping around the corner? We all have those fears that shake us to our core. Halloween is near and the time to find the perfect haunted attraction is here! North Carolina lives up to your high expectations with some of the best places to test your bravery. If you dare, enjoy a night of fright with 9 of the best haunted attractions in North Carolina.

Marr Branch Haunted House, Mount Olive, NC

Marr Branch Haunted House is so scary that only people 13 and over are allowed entry. With a $20 admission and no touching policy, this haunted house is worth every penny. Turn the corners and experience the “#1 Hell Raising Haunted House in the Country.” Operating from late September until the beginning of November, heart racing frights with the help of amazing staff, audio, visual and other special effects. 

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Lake Hickory Haunts, Hickory, NC

Home to many scares, no one is safe at Lake Hickory Haunts. Step into Lake Hickory Haunts of Hickory for a unique haunted house experience that you will not forget and that will have you coming back year after year. The Nightmare Factory, Lair of the Undead, Shipwrecked, Extinction, Big Top Circus, and Slaughter House attractions all bring your worst nightmares to reality. A fantastic evening awaits you with plenty of screams and a scary atmosphere to give you chills down your spine. Whether you fear clowns, zombies, or cannibals, you are in for the scare of a lifetime. 

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Darkside Haunted Estates, Middlesex, NC

The Darkside Haunted Estates dares you to “take the scare.” Named one of the most intense attractions in North Carolina, take part in the walk that has scared brave souls for the past 20 years. The walk is full of scares that will keep you on edge the entire time, and each year, it gets even better to keep you on your toes! Trails and houses take your journey through the unknown darkness, giving the entire group plenty of surprises by incredible actors. 

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Woods of Terror, Greensboro, NC

Named as “One of the top 19 haunted houses to scare” by Buzzfeed and a “must visit” by Haunted Attraction Magazine, the Woods of Terror is ready to make you tremble and run. Experience a night of pure terror through the Arachnophobia, Horror Movie Classics, Miner’s Massacre, Slaughter House, the Purge Anarchy, and Blackout Terror attractions that have already caused so many screams to ring. In the Arachnophobia show, bring out your fears of spiders, bugs, and snakes, all the creepy crawlers that make your skin crawl. Or test all your senses while walking through the Blackout Terror. Here, you wear the black hood to place you in complete darkness. 

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Aberdeen Fear Factory, Aberdeen, NC

Open Thursdays through Saturdays at the beginning of the season and every night through the end of October, visit the largest indoor haunt of North Carolina. Different scary themes will haunt your reality as you walk through the 30 minutes of lots of rooms and plenty of jumps. At the Aberdeen Fear Factory, celebrate your Halloween the right way. 

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Hallowed Grounds Mill, Hildebran, NC

Unique monsters and scary vibes, oh my! Located in Hildebran, Hallowed Grounds Mills is a great time to get your heart racing, palms sweaty and a scream or two. Rated by The Scare Factor as number four in North Carolina, grab a ticket and enjoy a night of fun.

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Harvested Farm Nightmares, Garner, NC

Harvested Farm Nightmares makes your darkest fears a reality. Prepare to be chased by brain-eating zombies and chainsaw-wielding maniacs through graveyards, prisons, cornfields, and more. Will you be able to make it through? 

Stoney Point Trail of Terror, Fayetteville, NC

If you have a weak stomach, you may want to pass on this. But for those who enjoy thrills, chills, and the completely and utterly gruesome, Stoney Point Trail of Terror is your place for it all. Get ready for zombies, ghouls, and monsters of all kinds at this stellar haunted attraction. 

Hillside Horror, Roaring River, NC

Enter Hillside Horror of Roaring River if you dare! Journey through the spooky hayride, terror trail, and the Haunted Corn Maze ranked No. 1 in North Carolina. This attraction makes for a creepy evening and frightening experience for all ages. You cannot get a better scare for this inexpensive price. Out of all the places you visit this October in honor of the season, make sure Hillside Horror is on your must-visit list!  

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2024 marks Kersey Valley Spookywood's 40th Anniversary!

Seeking a spine-chilling and electrifying experience? Look no further! Step into the realm of Kersey Valley Spookywoods, America's legendary haunted attraction that has been captivating audiences for four decades.

We have all the ingredients for an unforgettable night of fun and fear, including:

🎪 Midway of amazing characters that will send shivers down your spine. 🍿 Delicious concessions to satisfy your cravings amidst the fear. 🍹 Adult Beverages that will leave you trembling, featuring the Signature Bubbling Endora's Brew in four devilish flavors and popular beers. Nonalcoholic Endora's Brews are available. 🎵 Club Spooky - Live DJ waiting area, where the eerie tunes will set the mood for a heart-pounding adventure. 🌳 A mind-boggling 50,000 square foot walkthrough Spookywoods maze that will test your courage and navigation skills. 🌽 A 2-acre cornfield laser maze, where you must navigate through the darkness, avoid the piercing beams and escape the unknown. 🚂 A dark ride tram that will take you on a bone-chilling journey through the shadows. 👻 A 4-acre haunted trail filled with iconic horror themes, where the spirits of your worst nightmares come to life.

Conveniently located in the heart of North Carolina on a 92-acre farm right along  I-74 and I-85, within easy reach of Charlotte and Greensboro, Kersey Valley Spookywoods invites you to join us on select dates for an unimaginable experience, all for as low as $25 per ticket!

What are you waiting for? Don't miss out on the fear-inducing adventure that awaits you at Kersey Valley Spookywoods! Book your tickets today and prepare to face your deepest fears head-on.

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So, what are you waiting for? It's time to unleash your inner daredevil and embark on the ultimate experience of a lifetime at Kersey Valley Spookywoods! Book any of these attractions before you attend Spookywoods online at www.kerseyvalley.com and discover a world of thrilling possibilities. Get ready to JUST DO WAY MORE AT KERSEY VALLEY, including conquering the Maize Adventure corn maze!

Become part of the Legend this Halloween season at Spookywoods!

We drove an hour and forty-five minutes to brave SpookyWoods and I’d gladly do it again. The actors were great and the houses and props were top-notch. The staff was friendly. It almost had a homey feel to it. I can’t wait to go back! Might go back again before the season is over and bring more people with me.

This year featured a brand new experience due to all the renovations at Spooky Woods, and lemme tell ya, those changes were much needed.  I had actually stopped going to Spooky Woods five years ago and had no intention of really going back until I heard about all the fresh frights.  It is a bit pricey (especially the Immediate Access), but it’s worth it (to skip all the lines). The scares are great. The atmosphere is ominous throughout. And the sets are incredibly detailed.  It’s also clear the money Kersey Valley earns goes to their employees and their attractions, which I appreciate.

I’ll definitely be returning next season!

Absolutely the best haunt I’ve been too! We had a blast and had some genuine scares. Even the line was fun to wait in. The scare actors go above and beyond expectations, and the witch dancing is the icing on the cake. We met Brandon at the end of the haunt and had a wonderful talk with him about the haunt. He has absolutely out done himself and i look forward to coming back next year!

Been coming for over 10 years in a row now. Last night 10-8-23 was hands down the best I have ever seen. The icon section was absolutely the best thing I’ve ever seen. Keep up the hard work!!

ICONS! Wow! My paranormal group and I visited last night along with my daughter. And it was a wonderful night temp wise to enjoy the fall festivities. Even with having friends that work there, y’all still got me (the mask were great!). But I cannot say how awesome ICONS was! The set build, the detail, the actors (Michael Myers got me as soon as I stepped through the O). The bath house and campers in the woods, hidden so well and popping out or up off the ground getting the jump scare! But man, Jason GOT me coming out of the water! Tram jumpers were awesome and made my daughter beg for them to stop lol. It was a little dead in the corn maze but the anticipation of what might be in the stalks was creepy in itself. Once in the manor, it was a game of what was where, finding your way in the dark and if the floor was gonna move on you! Somebody with a staph really got my friend Heather lol. She threw her hands up and about fell backwards! Over all a great experience with friends……….and the Apple Cider Donuts after just sealed the deal

Absolutely the most fun we’ve had in years. The attractions are SO AWESOME, the sound, the lighting, fog…every detail. The employees were so friendly, and the actors were spooky!! The park was clean and inviting. Lines weren’t bad at all. We will DEFINITELY be back!!

The first time I went to Spooky Woods in 2017 I instantly fell in love and try to go back every October. The atmosphere is just unlike any other haunted attraction. The hayride through the woods from the parking lot to the entrance immediately sets the tone for a haunted adventure. The DJ and club spooky with the music and all the lights is such a fun experience but we highly recommend the VIP/Immediate Access tickets if you want to skip the line. It’s well worth the extra money. Each year they change it up with theme but every time I promise you will literally feel like you were dragged into a horror movie with their top tier scenic design, costumes, makeup, props, and insane special effects. This year (2023) they stepped up their game like I’ve never seen and I might even come back again before the end of the season. After the thrills you have to get the mini apple cider donuts and take pictures with the scare actors roaming around. And definitely stop to purchase your picture to capture the memory. They are always good quality! You can tell how much effort and detail is put in and how much the staff care. They are just so friendly every time and immediately treat you like family.  

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Exploring local hiking trails and waterfalls  amid the chilly temperatures of fall in North Carolina  is one way to give yourself goosebumps and make the hair on your arms stand up.

But visiting any of the various haunted attractions and haunted houses in NC can also offer chills, thrills, and a pulse-pounding adventure you won’t soon forget!

With October just around the corner, the time for mysterious and spooky scares is almost upon us. And sometimes horror movies alone aren’t enough to do the trick. 

Visiting haunted houses for Halloween is a favorite fall activity for many people, and there are plenty of haunted houses in North Carolina happy to help provide a “fright night” to remember. 

With so many to choose from, finding the perfect one to suit your own nightmares (and preferred level of scariness) can be a daunting task. 

Read on for our list of the 10 Best North Carolina Haunted Houses to visit, including haunted attractions in Asheville , Charlotte, Greensboro, Hendersonville , and various other small towns in NC . 

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Best North Carolina Haunted Houses Guide

  • The Haunted Trail (Asheville)
  • Pinhead’s Graveyard (Canton)
  • The Haunted Farm (Hendersonville)
  • Lake Hickory Haunts (Hickory)
  • The Haunted Pyramids (Lawndale)
  • Hickory Grove Haunted Trail (Gastonia)
  • The 13th Acre (Monroe)
  • The Original Hollywood Horror Show (Snow Camp)
  • Spookywoods (Archdale)
  • Woods of Terror (Greensboro)

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Haunted   Houses  in Asheville NC & Nearby

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1. The Haunted Trail

85 Expo Dr, Asheville NC • 828-808-3341

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Located at The Adventure Center in Asheville NC , the Haunted Trail will be open for those who dare to enter on weekends in October (Oct 7-8, 14-15, 21-23, and 27-30). Show times are from 6:30-9:00PM.

The 10th Annual Haunted Trail is ideal for younger thrill-seekers, particularly those ages 3 to 12. General admission for guests ages 3+ is $18. 

The family-friendly attraction allows visitors to walk through the Asheville trail , with relatively gentle scares provided along the way via live actors and spooky effects.

This NC haunted attraction opens early, for those who prefer a scare-free tour before it gets dark. Their Sensory Friendly Night is also an option for youth and adults with sensory issues who want to experience The Haunted Trail.

The attraction is proud to partner with the  Manna Food Bank ‘s “Boo To Hunger” campaign, donating $1 from every ticket to help provide meals to less fortunate members of the Asheville community.  

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2. Pinhead’s Graveyard

562 Main St, Canton NC • 828-670-8228

Voted one of the best haunted houses in North Carolina , Pinhead’s Graveyard is the best Asheville haunted house for anyone who’s ever dreamed of being scared by Pennywise, Freddy Kreuger, or Michael Myers.

Presented by Otice Productions, the attraction is located inside an old building in Canton NC that’s rumored to be one of the genuinely haunted places in Western North Carolina .

The interior features new and elaborate sets, animatronics, and the occasional orb or two, not to mention the list of famous horror icons waiting to scare the dickens out of you!

Pinhead’s Graveyard opens September 30, with special dates and times throughout November.  2022 ticket prices had not been announced for this haunted attraction as of our deadline, but parking is free.

Note that this NC haunted house accepts cash only, but there are multiple ATMs around downtown Canton NC.

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3. The Haunted Farm

624 Townsend Rd, Hendersonville NC • 828-702-7911

Voted “Best Haunted House in North Carolina,” The Haunted Farm in Hendersonville NC purportedly has a long history of deadly scares.

Locals date the blood feud back more than 100 years, to the time when the deranged, brokenhearted Missy Mae Lively disappeared into the forest after the death of her lover.

Afterwards, countless individuals went missing after being seen around the Lively family’s farm . It ultimately became a forbidden place known as the Haunted Farm.

Visitors to the farm today can choose to visit one or all of the haunted attractions offered, including The Meathouse, The Farm, The Woods, The Demon Hay Shed, The Slaughterhouse, and the Deathyard Attraction.

The 12th season of the Haunted Farm is set to open October 1, with 11 weekend dates set throughout the month. Tickets can be purchased online or at the gate starting at $35, with Fast Pass Admission and group rates available online.

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4. Lake Hickory Haunts

520 Carolina Ave, Hickory NC • 828-212-1442

Not just another NC haunted house, Lake Hickory Haunts is a spooky theme park attraction centered around one of the smaller North Carolina  lakes  in the area. 

The fright-filled fun includes the Midway of Mayhem section of the property, whose endless entertainment options include live music , a 4D Asylum Simulator, a horror-themed scary escape room , and much more.

For 2022, Lake Hickory Haunts has added several new attractions to its already long list of frightful attractions, such as “Shipwrecked 2.0” and “Voodoo Bayou”.

Horror fans can test their limits with spooky attractions like Descent, a 100-foot-long cave buried 12 feet underground, which visitors can explore and crawl around in.

Their 2022 season of scares starts September 17, with nights open through November. Ticket prices start at $32, with Fast Pass and VIP passes available for purchase as well. 

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5. The Haunted Pyramids

2745 Toney Rd, Lawndale NC • 704-477-6783

Located in Lawndale NC, the Haunted Pyramids boasts myriad chilling attractions for visitors to explore.

Known for their special effects, this NC haunted house has 6 indoor attractions as well as outdoor attractions like The Carnival of Terror, The Abandoned, and Dr. Venom’s Snake Pit.

Their biggest attraction is the Haunted Pyramid itself, which is widely considered the scariest haunted house in NC. We love that it’s ever-changing, with professional actors and effects that leave visitors screaming in delight (and fear).

The Haunted Pyramids were created by Special Effects master Ray Bivins, who worked on Hollywood sets for movies like Children of the Corn II and Talladega Nights .

In their 25th season, The Haunted Pyramids promise that 2022 will be better than ever, with more celebrity guests, famous cars, and live musical performances  at the haunted attraction.

This year’s season is set to open on September 25, with general admission tickets starting at $25 per person, and VIP Fast Passes starting at $40 per person.

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6. Hickory Grove Haunted Trail

4064 Mountain View St, Gastonia NC • 704-201-4762

For over 20 years now, the Hickory Grove Haunted Trail has been a haunted attraction in NC that’s well worth taking a day trip to visit.  

It has been voted one of the top haunted houses near Charlotte for two years in a row!

Located in Gastonia NC, the haunted trail leads visitors down the dark, windy trail into a forest full of “deep, eerie” suspense (not to mention a few crazy clowns and monsters here and there).

What started as an idea among a couple of friends has now turned into a popular local tradition. Members of the community show their support by contributing time and effort to making each year’s attraction better than the last.

The Hickory Grove Haunted Trail’s 2022 season runs from September 24 through Halloween night, open on weekends and select weeknights.

Tickets can only be purchased at the gate on the night you visit, and cost $20 for adults and $15 for kids ages 12 years and under. 

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7. The 13th Acre

3718 Plyler Mill Rd, Monroe NC • 704-709-7000

Located at the back of the Aw Shucks Farm and Corn Maze in Monroe NC, The 13th Acre is a haunted trail where fear fanatics can experience their worst nightmares and see how far they can make it through the forest .

Those brave enough to enter the woods will encounter the deadly creatures that reside there and discover the chaos that lies in the 13th Acre… all while trying to find their way off the haunting hiking trails .

With only one chance to exit, The 13th Acre is a true test of courage for all who dare to enter.

Opening night for this haunted North Carolina attraction is September 23, and it runs on weekends and select weeknights through October 31st.

Tickets to The 13th Acre start at $20 per person, or $28 for combo tickets to the farm . Fast Pass tickets are available for an extra $15. 

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Haunted   Houses  in Greensboro NC & Nearby

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8. The Original Hollywood Horror Show

6333 Bass Mountain Rd, Snow Camp NC • 336-513-6938

Voted “Scariest Haunted Attraction” by the Travel Channel, The Original Hollywood Horror Show is one of the NC haunted houses that deserve be on every horror-lover’s bucket list .

Created by Hollywood producers in 1989, this one-of-a-kind haunted attraction (the largest in NC) ranks among the best haunted houses in North Carolina .

Located in Snow Camp NC, the attraction includes award-winning effects and sets. Visitors can explore areas featuring the Hellraiser Vortex, American Horror Story ’s Twisty the Clown, and Ghosts from  Pirates of The Caribbean .

The attraction also presents annual events such as the Hollywood Horror Show Festival and the Bad Ass Hearse Show.

The opening night for 2022 is September 29, running on select weeknights and weekends through Halloween.

Visitors are encouraged to purchase tickets online via their website. But they’re also available at the gate, starting at $30. Fast Pass tickets are only available to be purchased at the gate. 

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9. Spookywoods

1615 Kersey Valley Rd, Archdale NC • 336-431-1700

This haunted attraction near Greensboro NC has been rated one of the Top 5 Haunted Attractions in America for 38 years running. Spookywoods has even been featured on the Travel Channel due to the frighteningly good time they offer.

As soon as guests drive on the property, they become fair game to all the creepy creatures that reside there.

Brave visitors can roll down their windows to experience the eerie atmosphere, but beware of the questionable liquid substances you may also come into contact with along the way!

Spookywoods boasts a full-time art department, and the theme of the attraction evolves annually to fulfill their wildest, most horrifying dreams.

This year’s spooky season runs on specific weekends and even some weeknights from September 24 through November 6. Visit their website for more details.

Guests are encouraged to purchase their tickets online, and prices start at $30 for General Admission. Other ticket options include VIP and Immediate Access. 

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10. Woods of Terror

5601 N Church St, Greensboro NC • 336-643-3558

Presented by McLaurin Farms,  Woods of Terror is a haunted trail in the forest of Greensboro NC. 

This haunted North Carolina attraction starts each night with a Monster Parade at 7PM before opening up for chilling experiences such as Arachnophobia, Night Stalkers, The Blood House, Blackout Terror, and more.

New for 2022, visitors can add to their experience and go to the haunted Brookhaven Memorial Hospital.

On the nights of November 4 & 5, they’ll be presenting “Terror In The Darkness” a totally light-free experience. 

The Woods of Terror will be open for haunting on weekends and select weeknights from September 16 through November 5.

General admission tickets can be purchased via their website or at the gate, starting at just $30 per person. Fast Pass and All Access tickets can be purchased for an additional charge. -by Molly Frazier; lead image via Canva

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We encourage anyone who loves the Blue Ridge region to learn about the  Leave No Trace   principles of responsible environmental stewardship. 

Stay on marked trails, take only pictures, pack out your trash, and be considerate of others who share the trails and parks you explore. 

Remember that waterfalls and rocky summits can be dangerous. Never try to climb waterfalls or get close to a ledge to get a selfie.

When you're exploring the wilderness, it's better to be safe than to be a statistic!

Molly Frazier

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Haunted Houses & Halloween Attractions in North Carolina

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  • Hickory Grove Haunted Trail

Located in Gastonia 704-913-9408-->

For over 20 years now the Hickory Grove Haunted Trail has been in operation. What started out with a couple of friends and a crazy idea has turned into a tradition in Gaston County. We would like to thank everyone who has supported us through the years. We could not have been successful without you. We have always had a tremendous amount of help and support from family, friends, and differe... Read More

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  • Hollerin Haunts Hayride

Located in Clinton 910-818-2240-->

Number #1 Haunted Hayride in NC plus Zombie Paintball and a 5 acre haunted Corn Maze. Come visit us this year! Haunted Hayride: The hayride will last around 30 minutes with the tractor going through and passing several buildings alone the way!. Zombie Paintball: The Zombie paintball will consist of 16 people at a time riding on a hayride with the guns mounted on the tra... Read More

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  • The Haunted Farm

Located in Hendersonville 828-702-7911-->

Celebrating 13 Years of Terror! Voted NC's Best Haunted Halloween Attraction! The Haunted Farm is located in rural farmland near Hendersonville, close to Asheville, NC. The Haunted Farm sits on a mysterious, blood-soaked stretch of land where the forlorn and deranged Missy Mae Lively eternally pines for her lost groom. Prepare to be thrilled with horrifying and frightful fun. There are three mai... Read More

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  • Midway Wicked Woods

Located in Statesville 704-546-7615-->

Come and join us this our 28th year scaring victims in our Midway Wicked Woods. Walk our haunt in small groups unguided and the woods. You will go into many buildings, a grave yard, 600' dark maze and Vortex tunnel. You may come out alive. Be on the lookout for Wicked Willie, he will be waiting and watching for you during the Harvest Moon. Read More

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Located in Ahoskie 252-287-6701--> Next open 1/12/24

A Midwinter Night's Scream Haunted Attraction A fantasy world of dark fairies and night creatures. A blackout haunted house. Walk through with only a glow stick to guide your way. Somewhere between sleep and awake, dark fairies and night creatures await. In the shadows of the forest, diabolical tricks unfold. Fear gives birth to madness as nightmares are told. Things are s... Read More

  • Scream Dreams Indoor Haunted Attraction

Located in Thomasville 336-476-5429-->

Castle Boo is proud to present Scream Dreams Indoor Haunted Attraction! Located in the basement of an abandoned furniture factory near Winston-Salem, NC. Scream Dreams turned this old building into a nightmare you could never imagine. Inside this huge haunted house you will find over 50 rooms and hallways of terror and torture, more than 23,000 square feet! You might find yourself in room full o... Read More

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  • Pinhead's Graveyard

Located in Canton 828-670-8228-->

Pinhead's Graveyard, located at 562 Main Street, Canton, North Carolina 28716, is one of the Best & Top Rated Haunted Houses and Haunted Attractions in North Carolina and the South. We were Voted #1 North Carolina Haunted House & Attraction in 2018, 2019 & 2021 by NorthCarolinaHauntedHouses.com and Haunts.com You will see main horror movie characters who do not want to be bothered inclu... Read More

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  • Phobia Haunted Trail

Located in Leland 910-805-7552-->

Phobia is a haunted trail with live haunters. There is no touching but the haunters will get real close. The haunted attraction taps in to your inner most fears as you weave through the trail. We will have fog machines, chainsaws, strobe lights and much more. It is not recommended for children under the age of 10 but children under 10 can attend if accompanied by an adult. This years story... Read More

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  • Haunted Forest at Panic Point

Located in Youngsville (919) 578-8478-->

One Ticket for 5 Main Attractions 36 Unique Scenes. Our Scare Park offers 5 unique Haunted Attractions: Haunted Forest, Dark Trail, Hayride, Killers in the Corn & The Menacing Maze. While waiting for your heart rate to normalize between frights, you can hang by the fire, dance, eat, drink, or win a t-shirt via Carnival Games. Our newest side-Attraction is The Carny Crypt. Total... Read More

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  • Woods of Terror

Located in Greensboro 336-643-3558-->

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  • Granville Haunt Farm

Located in Oxford 919-339-4452-->

Our Drive-Through Drive-In returns! Drive through our giant movie screen and watch your favorite horror movies come to life on the other side, all while staying safe in your vehicle the entire time! Read More

  • Hillside Horror

Located in Roaring River 336-452-2800-->

Haunted Woods and Creepy Corn Maze You will experience up in your face terror as you twist in turn through our infamous corn maze and haunted woods. This trail features countless live actors and numerous haunted scenes along the way. This trail IS intended to terrorize you and keep you on edge the entire time! Over 1 hour of terror! Spooky Hayride Hop on board our wagon shuttle ... Read More

  • Lake Hickory Haunts

Located in Hickory 828-212-1442-->

Voted the best haunt in the Carolina's, Lake Hickory Haunts is a one of a kind haunted house attraction; featuring a large body of water, surrounded by 13 unique haunted attractions. Within these attractions, you will discover awe-inspiring immersive environments, multi-dimensional special FX, and breathtaking scares. Inside the haunt, you will experience Nightmare Factory, Lair of the Undead, V... Read More

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Located in Blacksburg 864-839-1022-->

First park in our FREE parking lot and your adventure may just begin. Sometimes the creatures wander out of our containment and into the parking lot to mess with guests. Next walk through our new entrance down the long creepy path to the all new FEAR FARM MIDWAY. The MIDWAY features the ticket booth, entrance to all attractions, games, carnival foods, picnic tables, and more re... Read More

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  • Nightmare Factory Haunted Attraction

Located in Havelock 252-444-FEAR-->

NIGHTMARE FACTORY, is a walk-through haunted attraction based on a turn-of-the-century industrial complex that manufactured a wide array of “questionable” products in the early 1900s. Burnt to the ground in 1923 by its tortured workers, “Albert Knight’s Factory” became one of American history’s greatest cover-ups. The remains of the Factory were re-discovered in 2007 and the ghosts now ... Read More

  • Spooky Woods

Located in Archdale 336-431-1700-->

Get ready for the most spine-tingling and thrilling experience of your life as Kersey Valley Spookywoods returns for its 39th season, and this time, they're introducing a host of terrifyingly fresh elements with their all-new ICONS! As the autumn leaves fall and the chill of Halloween approaches, Kersey Valley Spookywoods beckons you into a realm of terror like never before. This legend... Read More

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  • Haunted Pyramids

Located in Lawndale (704) 477-6783-->

The Haunted Pyramids has 5 large indoor Haunted Houses at one location...We bring the scare to you... every night! Don't forget we are open in the rain. The Haunted Pyramids: The Haunted Pyramids is our largest Haunted House! This haunt has been a favorite every year it has been around. The actors and owner take it upon themselves to change it up almost every year. Thi... Read More

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8 Best Haunted Houses in North Carolina You Must Visit

June 8, 2023 //  by  Southern Trippers

Looking to visit some of the best haunted houses in North Carolina? Look no further! We have got you covered. Of course you can spend your time in North Carolina exploring hiking trails and waterfalls and cute mountain towns , but what if you want to visit a spooky attraction to change things up?

Whether you believe in ghosts or the supernatural is up for you to decide! But between fright nights in NC and actual, historic haunted places, there are tons of stops you may want to take during a haunting exploration. So, get your bags packed! And go visit the best North Carolina haunted houses around!

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What is the most Extreme Haunted House in North Carolina?

Farms don’t always seem scary… but look no further than NC’s Haunted Farm! This one of the East coast’s scariest attractions and has been voted the best haunted house in NC for years! Located on rural farmland near Hendersonville, the Haunted Farm sits on a blood-soaked stretch of land. Locals claim a historic feud between the Lively and Take families has caused this history of curses.

This location has been around for over 13 seasons and is full of thrills and scares! Please make sure you enter at your own risk: actors are there to frighten and startle. There are no refunds, so read warnings and disclaimers! And keep an eye out for the new addition on site: the Haunted Factory! Of all haunted farms in North Carolina, check this one out!

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Are there Haunted Farms in North Carolina?

Are there haunted farms in North Carolina?! Yes! I mean, just read the heading above about the Haunted Farm. These are some of the best haunted places in North Carolina, honestly. There is something about being on stretched out land in the dark that is scary!

In addition to the Haunted Farm, there is also the Granville Haunt Farm, the Clayton Fear Farm, the Reapers Realm Haunted Farm, and the Haunted Forest at Panic Point (which may be considered haunted woods in North Carolina, but alas).

These options are endless. They also vary in terms of scar factor, so do you research ahead of time based off of your wants and needs! Or try them all and enjoy the best haunted houses in North Carolina that are located– most of them time– in the middle of no where! Talk about scary!

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Best Haunted Houses in North Carolina

1. the haunted farm.

We know we’ve already spent some time talking about the Haunted Farm, but we wanted to make it clear that this is one of the best haunted houses in North Carolina, so you must visit it.

For over 13 seasons this haunt has grown. Now, as mentioned, it doesn’t have an age restriction, but it is SUPER scary, so don’t bring your kids. There are many attractions here: the farm, the meat house, the demon hay shed, the slaughterhouse and more. And don’t forget 2023 is bringing the new factory too!

Keep an eye out for that feud between the Lively and Tate families. For over 100 years, these families have caused some serious haunts. The land is as deadly as the feud. Just watch out for certain spots, like the Clear Creek. You’re bound to see a ghost there.

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2. The Haunted Trail

Asheville haunted houses aren’t hard to come by, but when you want the best haunted attractions in North Carolina, you have got to the Haunted Trail. We want to make sure we put this on the list because it is one of the few family friendly haunts.

Sometimes you need options for the kids too! For over 11 seasons, this haunt comes to life each season. Boils and ghouls from the local Asheville Plays come out to put this event on. There is a typical haunted trail, and then a glow trail too!

Illuminate your trail with laser lights and twinkle lights. And don’t forget that there are sensory friendly nights available too. Food, beverages and games are also available. This is the place for all– from 4 years old to adults, it is a less scary haunt. But that doesn’t mean it isn’t fun!

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3. Lake Hickory Haunts

Scary haunted houses in NC are plentiful, but what about scary attractions on the water?! That’s right! Of all Hickory haunted houses, check out Lake Hickory Haunts. Be prepared to be scared.

Visit attractions like the Big Top Circus. This is back from pervious seasons and is now three times bigger! Visit the Massive Midway Expansion! Or take a walk through Ghost Town. And don’t forget to keep an eye out for characters: Dr. Death, Boss, Lilith, and the Boogeyman will be returning.

This haunt also separates its tickets based on most crowded and easy crowded nights. So check their calendars! And book ahead. The backdrop of the lake here is stunning. And the monsters take care with their haunts. Not all ages may enjoy this.

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4. The Haunted Pyramids

Of all the best haunted houses in NC, the haunted houses in Charlotte or near Charlotte take the cake. One of those locations is the Haunted Pyramids. Technically, it is located on Lawndale, off of Toney Rd. But it is close to Charlotte to count!

The Haunted Pyramids are known for their special effects. With 6 indoor attractions– featuring things like the Carnival of Terror and Dr. Venom’s Snake Pit– you’ll never be bored here! The ever changing Haunted Pyramid itself is a must see.

Created by Special Effects Master Ray Bivins (seriously, he worked on Children of the corn), you’ll love the work here. With food, cars, celebrity guests, and live musics, this is the place to visit. Even if the pyramids aren’t one of the real haunted houses in North Carolina, you’ll leave spooked.

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5. Hillside Horror

Nestled deep in the darkness of the foothills, there’s no escaping. Hillside Horror is a unique setting that cannot be matched. You must experiencing it. Here you can enjoy a sinister corn maze, haunted houses , and spooky hayrides.

These attractions will haunt you dreams. Guests rave about the scare actors here. tThey create an intense haunted attraction. They hide in pitch black areas, on uneven terrain, and in tight spaces. So be warned.

Know that the hayride is over 20 minutes in length, and that the corn maze in the haunted woods will have the scare actors in your face. It is one of those haunted trails in North Carolina that is designed to terrorize you. And don’t forget the axe tossing. Or the pitchfork toss! Maybe even visit the Last Ride and find out what happens when you’re buried alive.

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6. The Original Hollywood Horror Show

The Original Hollywood Horror Show is a one of a kind experience. Created by Hollywood producers, this haunter attraction is the best of the best. Located in Snow Camp, you ‘ll get to see award-winning effects and sets.

Gusts can see designs from American Horror Story, or even Pirates of the Caribbean. Better yet? This even presents at annual events, so its travels are something you can see year round.

However, instead of seeing them at the Bad Ass Hearse show, go for opening weekend. Witness the creations that MADE Hollywood horror real! Purchase tickets online or at the gate. You won’t want to miss this entrance fo horror.

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7. Pinheads’s Graveyard

Pinhead’s Graveyard is one of the best haunted attractions in Asheville. Guests who are classic horror fans will love this. I mean, can you imagine being scared by Pennywise, Kreuger, or Myers?

Graveyard is presented inside an old building. This location is rumored to actually be haunted!! The interior features elaborate sets, animatronics, orbs (take photos!) and famous icons.

It runs from September through November. Do note that this house only accepts cash only! So stop at an ATM on your way in. And maybe get some extra cash to bribe those horror icons at the end!

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8. Battleship North Carolina

Of course it is fun talking about all these fight nights. But what about real hauntings? Take a stop by the Battleship North Carolina. This USS Battleship is a declared WWII ship. It is currently docked across the river from Wilmington NC.

During the day, this is a floating museum. The vessel was involved in major strikes during WWII. Unfortunately, this ship has seen its share of tragedies. Thus causing inexplicable figures and out-of-place shadows to be seen.

Ghost Hunts USA offers overnight tours here. So book ahead! However, you can also do self-guided tours. This way there are no scare actors. There is no fake frights. Channel the inner scares with something real!

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And there you have it, folks! 8 of the best haunted houses in North Carolina. From exploring trails, corn mazes, woods, haunted buildings, and even a real haunted ship, there are tons of things to do during the spooky season in North Carolina. Book early and effectively, and make sure you’re in for a scare!

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If you love Halloween haunted house attractions , you’ve come to the right place! We currently have 56 spooky haunts listed in North Carolina , including twisted trails , haunted hayrides , home haunts , corn mazes , and more!

Here’s a list of some of the most popular haunted houses on our website that you don’t want to miss this season!

8. Extreme Fear ScareGrounds – Kinson, NC

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Extreme Fear ScareGrounds opens for the 2023 season starting September 22nd. New this year is Midway Madness and The Basement Escape! You can also experience Mayhem 3D, Nixon Asylum, and Insanity at the ScareGrounds.

To read more about the experience, check out Team Jefferson Starship ‘s 2022 review HERE .

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7. Boogerwoods Haunted Attraction – Rockwell, NC

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Boogerwoods is an entertaining haunt in the Carolinas that is put on all for finding the cure for cystic fibrosis. New for 2023 are the Mineshaft, Backwoods Theater, Boogerassic Park, Booger Labs, Earl’s Small Engine Repair, the Pirate Ship, and more! Opening night is October 13th.

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6. Lake Hickory Haunts – Hickory, NC

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Lake Hickory Haunts is a haunted theme park featuring 13 haunted attractions and more. New for 2023 is the Big Top Circus, a massive midway expansion, and the Ghost Town. Opening night is September 16th.

Check out Team Jefferson Starship ‘s 2022 review for more info HERE .

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5. Panic Attack Haunted Attraction – Nakina, NC

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Panic Attack is a winding walk through differently-themed sections that will give you chills! For 2023, they have a new addition, Twisted Tales, Scary FairyTales! The limits will be pushed, and lines will be crossed!

Check out Team Jefferson Starship ‘s 2022 review HERE .

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4. The Haunted Farm – Hendersonville, NC

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The Haunted Farm is celebrating 13 years of terror! “The haunted farm sits on a mysterious stretch of land where locals claim an age-old blood feud between two families has devastated the local farming community. “

To learn more about the experience, check out Team Jefferson Starship ‘s 2022 review HERE .

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3. Kersey Valley Spookywoods – Archdale, NC

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Kersey Valley SpookyWoods Haunted Attraction is a multi-element show that offers a thrilling experience for all horror enthusiasts. From multiple haunted houses, a dark tram ride, icons of horror lurking about, a cornfield laser maze, a midway, and more, we’re sure there’s something for haunt lovers of all types here. Their season begins September 15th.

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2. Woods of Terror – Greensboro, NC

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Woods of Terror is a haunted thrill park featuring over 16 terrifying haunted attractions with one ticket! They also have a monster midway filled with games, food, and fun! Get your scream on starting September 16th!

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1. Nightmare Factory – Havelock, NC

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Nightmare Factory is eastern NC’s premier haunted attraction! If you’re looking for a fantastic night of entertainment, fun, and fear, this is your stop. Their doors open starting September 29th.

For more information, check out Team Jefferson Starship ‘s 2022 review HERE .

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For a full list of all scary attractions in North Carolina, please visit our North Carolina Haunted House Directory

Now get out there and STAY SCARY!

Note from the editors: This list is not a top haunts list. We are not saying these are the best or scariest haunts in the state or the only ones you should visit. It would be best if you considered these when making your Halloween season plans, as they are some of the most popular amongst our reviewers and our site visitors.

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The 17 Most Haunted Places in North Carolina

With its mysterious mountains to the west and eerie marshes to the east, North Carolina sets the perfect stage for spine-tingling tales of the paranormal.

In this article, we invite you on a thrilling journey to explore the 17 most haunted places in NC, unveiling the chilling stories that have captivated locals and visitors alike for decades.

From the terrifying Demon Dog of Valle Crucis to the enigmatic Brown Mountain Lights, North Carolina is teeming with ghostly encounters that will leave you awestruck and perhaps, a little unnerved.

So, gather your courage and prepare to delve into the supernatural side of the Tar Heel State. Let’s begin!

1. The Demon Dog, Valle Crucis

The Demon Dog in Valle Crucis, North Carolina

The story linked to Valle Crucis is not quite a ghost story, but it certainly qualifies as paranormal!

The area is said to be home to an absolutely terrifying demon dog who chases cars – and manages to keep pace with them no matter how fast they drive!

Local legend states that if you drive past the old stone cemetery high in the mountain town of Valle Crucis then the demonic dog will leap out from behind one of the headstones to chase you!

Witnesses who claim to have seen this hellish creature say it takes the form of a large black dog with glowing eyes and yellow teeth!

2. Paint Rock, Hot Springs

Paint Rock in Hot Springs, North Carolina

Paint Rock is located on the spectacularly scenic Appalachian Trail and it has one of the most interesting pieces of folklore in American history.

The legend goes that men camping near the area woke up to the sound of beautiful singing. They were lured by the siren song and found themselves looking at the reflection of a beautiful Cherokee woman in the water.

They were compelled to reach for the woman, but as they did so, some unknown creature pulled them into the water and drowned them!

Now hikers and campers are careful not to stray too close to the water by Paint Rock for fear of meeting the same fate.

3. Lydia’s Bridge, Greensboro

Lydia's Bridge in Greensboro, North Carolina

One of the most haunted places in Greensboro is Lydia’s Bridge. Local legend states that a young woman named Lydia crashed on the bridge on her way home from a dance with her date.

Related: The Most Haunted Bridges in NC

Her date died on impact, leaving an injured Lydia alone and trying desperately to flag someone down to help her. Unfortunately, no help came and Lydia also died.

In the years that followed it was said that Lydia’s ghost stands on the bridge flagging people down only to disappear when the car got close to her.

Other versions of the story say that drivers would actually stop and pick Lydia up and drive her home, but on reaching the house she would vanish, and if the door was knocked her mother would explain that she died years earlier.

The bridge is no longer in use, but plenty of visitors still stop by in search of Lydia!

4. USS North Carolina, Wilmington

USS Battleship North Carolina in Wilmington, North Carolina

One particular place in North Carolina that continues to fascinate paranormal investigators is the USS North Carolina.

Records show that during the second world war, a soldier died in the battleship’s washroom during a torpedo strike. He is one of the ghosts that is now said to haunt the USS North Carolina.

However, he is by no means alone. Visitors, staff, and investigators have all confirmed seeing figures in various passageways and portholes around the ship.

Join a ghost hunt at the USS Battleship North Carolina, Wilmington

5. Queens University, Charlotte

Queens University in Charlotte, North Carolina

Queens University is one of the most haunted locations in North Carolina and for many years students have claimed to have experienced paranormal activity in the building.

Common occurrences include doors opening and closing by themselves and knocking sounds that cannot be explained.

It is widely believed that the haunting can be attributed to a former student who committed suicide in the school after her parents learned that she was in a relationship with another woman.

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6. Teach’s Hole, Ocracoke Island

Teach's Hole on Ocracoke Island, North Carolina

Everyone has heard of the legendary pirate Blackbeard, right? He is well known for his tales of his adventures at sea chasing down ships and pillaging their cargo. However, few people know that he was beheaded by the Royal Navy in North Carolina in 1718.

Today, people who visit Teach’s Hole on Ocracoke Island say that they have heard the ghost of Blackbeard groaning as he searches the shore for the missing head!

7. The Great Dismal Swamp, Northern Border

The Great Dismal Swamp Northern Border, North Carolina

The Great Dismal Swamp covers over 112,000 acres along the Northern border of North Carolina and into Virginia.

It is open between sunrise and sunset each day and the sprawling cypress forests and waterways have a very creepy aura about them.

Visitors often report feeling unsettled and there have been multiple sightings of strange lights, ghostly mists, and shadows as well as reports of unexplained noises.

8. The Biltmore Estate, Asheville

The Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina

The Biltmore Estate is probably one of the most popular landmarks in North Carolina, but aside from being a beautiful place to visit, it is also said to be one of the most haunted buildings in North Carolina!

The former owner of the estate, George Vanderbilt died in the property in the early 1900s and his death seems to have left a mark on the building.

It has been said that in the library visitors are sometimes able to hear the sound of his wife whispering to him during his final hours.

Of course, considering the fact that at 250 rooms, The Biltmore Estate is America’s largest home, as you might expect this is by no means the only haunting in the property.

There are also reports of a headless cat wandering around the property at night and people have heard disembodied voices in the swimming pool room along with splashes and laughing.

This seems appropriate given that Edith Vanderbilt was well known for hosting epic pool parties!

There have also been reports of a woman’s voice – presumably Edith – calling out George’s name!

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9. Old Davis Hospital, Statesville

The Old Davis Hospital in Statesville, North Carolina

Hospitals are always a hotbed of paranormal activity and Davis Hospital in Statesville is certainly no exception. It was once a fully functional hospital that operated for around 6 decades, however, due to dilapidation and public concern, the buildings were demolished in 2021.

During its years of abandonment, it garnered a reputation as one of the most haunted locations in the state.

Thrill-seekers and urban explorers reported that even on the hottest day at the height of summer the interior of the Old Davis Hospital was unnaturally cold. It was also cloaked in an overriding feeling of despair and dread.

One of the most haunted areas of the hospital seemed to be the former pediatric ward where people heard babies crying and also where people felt a strong malevolent presence.

Read more about the hauntings of Old Davis Hospital in Statesville .

10. The Devil’s Tramping Ground, Chatham County

The Devil's Tramping Ground in Chatam County, North Carolina

Just about 50 miles outside of Greensboro, you will find an area known as The Devil’s Tramping Ground. As the name suggests, it is said to be a place where the devil himself manifests and goes on to wreak havoc on Earth!

Related: The Most Haunted Cemeteries in NC

In over a century nothing has been able to grow in this 40-foot circle said to be worn into the ground from the Devil pacing in a circle each night while pondering what sort of mischief he can get up to!

There have been reports of animal carcasses surrounding the path that leads to the spot. It is also said that if you place an item in the circle it will have vanished by the following morning!

11. The Brown Mountain Lights, Linville

Brown Mountain in Pisgah National Forest, Asheville, North Carolina

The Brown Mountain Lights were first spotted by Native Americans and have been at the center of great debate ever since. The strange, unexplained lights appear after sunset and they rise above the mountain peak and usually change size, shape, and color.

The best spots to view them are Linville, Blue Ridge Parkway, and Wiseman’s Gap. The U.S. Geological Survey has dismissed the phenomena as marsh gas, despite the fact that there are no known marshes in the area.

There have been various different suggestions made to explain the lights including everything from ghosts to aliens!

In terms of the ghostly explanations, there are two main stories that are often put forward. The first suggests that the lights are Native American maidens who are searching for their lost warriors who died in the great battle between the Cherokee and the Catawba tribes.

The other tale suggests that the light is actually a lantern carried by a slave who is searching the mountain for his lost master, an explorer who went missing on the mountain.

12. Grove Park Inn, Asheville

Grove Park Inn Resort in Asheville, North Carolina

Grove Park Inn is a large hotel and spa complex that was built using boulders dug from a nearby mountain. It is also one of the most haunted hotels in North Carolina .

It is said to be home to the Pink Lady, believed to be the spirit of a woman who fell to her death in the hotel’s atrium in the early 1920s.

Learn more on the ghosts of the Grove Park Inn, Asheville, North Carolina

13. Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, Buxton

Image of the reportedly haunted Cape Hatteras Lighthouse in Buxton, NC

The lighthouse was originally built in 1870 and has undergone many reinforcements over the years, it has even been moved inland on more than one occasion as the shoreline reduced.

Sailors on their way past the lighthouse have often sighted what appears to be the ghost of a man walking along the beach, believed by many to be the ghost of the inventor Theodore Burr, who lost his life in a shipwreck near the lighthouse.

As well as other chilling tales, one that stands out is the story of the Carroll A. Deering ship. Famously known as the Ghost Ship, it washed ashore in 1921 completely void of passengers or equipment.

Learn more on the haunted Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, Buxton NC

14. Historic Brookstown Inn, Winston-Salem

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A hop, skip, and a jump away from Old Salem lies the Historic Brookstown Inn , which has been standing tall since 1837 – so you know it’s got stories to tell!

Once a cotton mill infamous for its grueling work environment and pint-sized laborers, it’s no wonder that Brookstown Inn is considered Winston-Salem’s most haunted hotspot . Deaths? Check. Ghosts? You bet!

If you’re seeking the paranormal, head straight to the fourth floor. Here, you’ll find Sally, the resident ghostly celebrity. After a workplace disagreement (and we thought our co-workers were tough!), poor Sally found herself at the bottom of an elevator shaft. Room 401 is her favorite haunt, as it used to be the dormitory for the mill workers.

But don’t worry, Sally isn’t alone. The hotel is also home to a playful posse of ghost kiddos. You might hear their tiny footsteps scampering through the halls or catch the sound of their ghostly giggles.

And let’s not forget Eddie. If you’re ever in an empty room and suddenly hear heavy stomping, it’s probably just Eddie making his ghostly presence known.

15. Roanoke Island, Dare County

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Picture this: the year is 1585, and Sir Walter Raleigh, Queen Elizabeth I’s BFF, is tasked with establishing America’s first permanent colony. Talk about a daunting gig!

Raleigh and his crew, led by Ralph Lane, set sail and encounter stormy seas, a shipwreck, and a lost silver cup (the horror!). Tensions rise between settlers and Native Americans, and ultimately, the first colonization attempt ends in retreat.

But, like a phoenix from the ashes, Raleigh tries again. This time, John White leads the expedition, arriving at Roanoke Island in 1587. Virginia Dare, the first English child born on North American soil, comes into the world. What a time to be alive!

White returns to England for supplies but gets caught up in the war with Spain. When he finally makes it back to Roanoke, he finds… nothing. No people, no daughter, no granddaughter – just the word “Croatoan” carved into a tree. Spooky, right?

Fast forward to today, and Roanoke Island is teeming with legends and ghosts. Virginia Dare’s spirit is said to be trapped in a white doe, and visitors flock to catch a glimpse of this ethereal creature.

But wait, there’s more! The Roanoke Island Inn, a charming bed and breakfast, is also haunted. Asa and Martha Jones built the inn in the 1860s, and their descendant Roscoe Jones, a disgraced postman, died there in despair. Guests now report mysterious footsteps, radios turning on and off, and objects mysteriously smashing.

Learn more about the haunted Roanoke Island

16. Duke mansion, Charlotte

Haunted Duke Mansion

Introducing the 16th addition to North Carolina’s most haunted places: The Haunted Duke Mansion in Charlotte!

This stately, century-old mansion at 400 Hermitage Road has quite the history, from its creation as Lynwood Mansion by Zebulon V. Taylor to its expansion by James Buchanan Duke, who also developed Duke University, Duke Energy, and the Duke Endowment while residing there.

The mansion has gone through various ownerships, transformations, and even a fire, but its hauntingly beautiful charm remains.

Now, let’s get to the spooky stuff. The Duke Mansion is haunted by a tragic love story that unfolded between a previous owner, Jon Avery, and a young writer who had come to document the historic property.

Their forbidden romance led to a dramatic promise to reunite in the mansion’s gardens one year later, whether “dead or alive.”

Fast forward a year, and the young writer, now engaged to another man, keeps her promise to meet Avery. To her shock, she encounters his ghostly presence in the garden.

You see, Mr. Avery had passed away just days before their meeting, but love truly knows no bounds—even in the afterlife.

17. Latta Place, Huntersville

latta plantation

Nestled in Huntersville, North Carolina, lies Latta Place , a historic cotton plantation with a twist. Dating back to the early 1800s, this 52-acre estate boasts picturesque gardens, fields, and livestock quarters. Today, it serves as a living history exhibit and a National Register of Historic Places.

Related: The Most Haunted Plantations in NC

But there’s more to Latta Place than meets the eye. Staff and volunteers report eerie happenings, such as moving furniture, shadowy figures, and laughter from unseen children.

Despite the paranormal activity, these friendly ghosts add charm to the estate. Visitors can enjoy ghost walks, explore the scenic Latta Plantation Nature Preserve, and immerse themselves in the captivating history of Latta Place.

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