Halloween Hootenanny

Halloween Hootenanny

Kayla Prichard, Phalyn Andres

In Downtown Bartlesville, there will be a spooktacular spook walk. This is the 9th consecutive year for these festivities. The spook walk is at 6 P.M. on October 25 & 26 starting at the Hilton Garden Inn and continuing to the surrounding buildings throughout downtown. Tickets are $10 each and the tours will leave every 15 minutes with the total walk lasting approximately half a mile.

The Castle of Muskogee has several individual spook walks inside the walls of their establishment. They have an attraction for someone of every age level, from Halloweenland for the young ones, and the Trail of Blood for the older ones. You can buy individual tickets for the rides, or package deals which include several attractions. Don’t forget to stop by and see one of the amazing acts on the Chessboard Stage before you leave!

The Psychopath in Sperry has a few different main attractions. They have the Dark Ride and The Shadow Box. The dark ride is similar to a hayride, where the participants will ride from scene to scene on an outdoor ride. Once the riders are on the ride, they are not permitted to leave under any circumstance. The Shadow Box is the walk through the haunted house and is meant to test your mind’s strength.

The Nightmare in Tulsa is a Christian based spook walk that sends its participants through a series of real-life events. The walk will send you through drug abuse, abortion, human trafficking and a number of other scenes. The doors open at 7 and tickets are $15 or a possible deal of 2 for $20.

Other Haunted Houses:

The Asylum in Nowata

The Hex House in Tulsa

The House of Thorn in Dewey