Unusual Adult Halloween Options

Sure, as an adult you can give a party, go to a party or a bar costume contest, maybe head over to a haunted attraction and test your limits, but what unusual events are more geared to the adults? Let's have a look at some  -

Scavenger Hunt

Halloween Night Scavenger Hunt
Are you and at least 7 of your friends brave enough for a spooky Halloween Scavenger Hunt experience around your neighborhood? This Halloween scavenger hunt party is a spooky and entertaining challenge that allows you and your guests to compete in an ultimate spooky race against time. The scavenger hunt party will be a huge success as long as you and your guests relax, strategize and take some hilarious proof pictures to provide lifelong memories. In summary, the brave guests will draw for scavenger hunt teams and navigate their way about the neighborhood on Halloween night to complete a list of spooky tasks. The team who makes it back to home base (the host's party location) with the most successfully completed tasks verified by 'picture proofs'...wins!

Hay Ride 

Haunted train ride 
The New Hope and Ivyland Railroad railway has an adult (and teens) scary train ride through Pennsylvania. You never know what creature might come after you!

Haunted Attraction

Halloween Horror Nights at Orlando
Where: Orlando, Florida at Universal Orlando
When: Sept. 15 - Nov. 4
Owning the rights to some of most terrifying characters in horror makes Halloween Horror Nights the go-to destination for hardcore horror fans. Seriously, the list reads like a who's who of horror: There's the iconic Michael Myers, the Alien vs. Predator attraction, and haunts based on franchises such as From Dusk Till Dawn and The Walking Dead—which holds the distinction of being the largest and most elaborate this year. Don't think the scares stop there. There's the Dollhouse of the Damned, Giggles and Gore, and the Roanoke-Cannibal Colony. Even when you're between attractions, Scare Zones keep everybody on their toes.

Ghost Tour

Killers and Thrillers Ghost Tour New Orleans
After dusk has fallen in New Orleans, and the children have been put to sleep, the only people still wandering the streets of The French Quarter are the brave . . . and the restless spirits of the Dead. As the hand chimes 8:30 at the historic St. Louis Cathedral, those brave souls gather at the haunted 1022 Royal Street to begin their journey through New Orleans' mysterious and troubled past. Excitement cloaks the group, the living, but around them the ghosts still roam, hovering, sending chills scattering down their spines.  Leave the kids behind! The Killers and Thrillers Tours are New Orleans' ONLY Adults Only Ghost Tours.  Hell Hath No Fury Like a Woman Scorned: This ghost tour focuses on the violent women from New Orleans' past, and the ghosts they left behind! Mad Madames galore! Did You Know: New Orleans is famous for our Voodoo community. On this tour, you'll visit the home of Maria Laveau, the most famous Voodoo Priestess. Imagine being where she performed her rituals, where her ghost still haunts. Spooky, right?  Unlike the Killers and Thrillers and West Ghost Tour, Killers and Thrillers East will truly take you off the beaten path of the haunted French Quarter in search of these murderous women. Tales of female serial killers and mad madams await you here—as well as their ghosts who refuse to rest or leave the living alone.

Spooky-themed bar

The Jekyll and Hyde Club is the Big Apple’s best-known spooky restaurant. It offers an English Gothic theme, costumed actors roaming the restaurant, animatronic props and SFX. The larger location recently re-located closer to Times Square so apparently it’s even bigger and spookier now. There’s even a creepy back story to the venue, involving items relating to the Jekyll and Hyde case. Apparently “Jekyll and his compatriots filled the club with artifacts and trophies from their numerous amazing adventures. Many of the oddities in this unusual collection have a life of their own, so guests are warned: Anything Can Happen!

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