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    any info on haunted houses in okc area, my boss told me there is a huge one by bell isle called terror 3, any others out there thats not fronteir city or bricktown?

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    This isn't in okc, but my favorite halloween time is going to the Castle in Muskogee. I'm too scared to do any of their haunted trails...but I see adults crying when they come out. They have 3 different ones for 3 different levels of terror.

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    Is Laredos open yet?

    Sorry, wrong thread. Check out the spookiest OKC thread for info on real haunted houses.

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    is there still a haunted trail out at lake arcadia?

    if not... anything (other than frontier city) in that area? was thinking about making an evening of a haunted house & pops in arcadia.

    -M

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    the best one so far still to date and its hidden is in choctaw, it is really really good, its ina park area held by firefighters and volunteers, i use to go out there and its was the best, they still have it this year

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    The old Central High School is haunted.

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    Pack at SE 15th and High at the 7-11.
    Put a gone to B-town, back at 2 am sign on the dash
    Call a cab and ride into B-town
    Enjoy your eve.
    Walk back afterwards.
    The cab into BT will cost close to a haunted house, perhaps a bit less. The walk back may prove way scarier. Even if uneventful, you'll get some good exercise.

    (uh, not really serious here, just in case you're wondering.)
    Last edited by kevinpate; 09-28-2009 at 04:22 PM. Reason: added ending

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    anyone know if the haunted forest in norman (around highway 9, i think) is still being operated?

    -M

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    yes the haunted forest is still there, same with the black hole, the haunted barn hasnt operated in about three years though..

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    awesome... can't find 'haunted forest' or 'black hole' online... around what major intersections are they located?

    -M

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    found the black hole... it's put on by thunderbird riding stables. where's the haunted forest?

    1150 Clear Bay Avenue,
    Norman, OK 73026
    http://www.thunderbirdstables.com

    -M

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    the haunnted forest is off highway 9 going east, there is a sign that takes you further south towards noble area, it is in the middle of nowhere, and believe me it is worth it, my wife and i when we where teenagers we went to it, and i am sad to admit it, but there was no stopping for me, i was running and dragging my wife threw it. they ask for you name at the the front ticket counter, that is a trick to use it later, it was really really good,a nd lasted a long time about 40 minutes...... even with me running and screaming like a cheerleader who just seen a mouse. The haunted forest is really good.. the second best i have been to is the one in choctaw held by firefighters, I thought it was going to be blah, but it was really good, they even have a real horse with the headless horse man chasing you. Needless to say my girly cheerleader screaming voice kicked in at that hautned house as well. funny I never get scared of the bricktown haunted houses or the frontier city ones, just the open in the woods and small building that you have to enter scare me.

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    the black hole was okay, but i hated the guided tour thing, it would have been more fun if they just let our group lose and follow the path

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    thanks jesseda.

    finally found directions to haunted forest online... it is way out there!

    october 16-18, 23-25, 29-31

    (norman*-) go down i-35 to tecumseh exit (hwy9 east) go 16miles to 180th turn right(south) go 6miles to etowah rd. turn left (east) go 2miles to pottowatamie rd. watch for signs (purcell,noble and lexington*)- take hwy77 to etowah road turn east. watch for signs (shawnee and tecumseh*)- go south on hwy3 to hwy9 turn west go to hwy102 turn south go to 59b turn west watch for signs (oklahoma city*-) i-35 to hwy9/tecumseh exit go east to 180th turn south go 6miles to etowah road turn east 2miles and your there!

    -M

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    Does the haunted forest off Hwy 9 have a website?

    Those directions are pretty scary.

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    i couldn't find a website for them... just a listing on a haunted house list. i lifted the directions off of that site... they're not too bad, just formatted poorly. lemme clear them up a bit...

    if you're coming from okc/norman:
    from i-35 exit highway 9 east toward tecumseh.
    go 16 miles to 180th
    turn right (south) go 6 miles to etowah rd.
    turn left (east) go 2 miles to pottowatamie rd.
    look for the signs

    -M

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    There's a bunch listed at MySpace - Halloween in Oklahoma - 24 - Male - OKLAHOMA CITY, ??? - myspace.com/oklahomahalloween

    I can't recommend Bricktown much, but I've heard nothing but great things about the Castle of Muskogee.

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    anyone else see haunted house signs up anywhere in moore norman or south okc?

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    went to haunted forest last night...

    the folks operating it were very friendly and they did use the 'ask your name' trick... but definitely not a scary haunted house. maybe the rain spoiled some of what they had planned.

    -M

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