Zombie chases, haunted houses and ghost hunts: Where to visit for Halloween

Prepare to be scared on this journey of horrifying events

Laura Davis
Thursday 23 October 2014 15:35
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Not everyone can understand why you'd want to go out of your way to be terrified. As Halloween approaches, however, horror fans are in their element, as ghosts and ghoulies come out to play.

To celebrate All Hallows' Eve on 31 October, we’ve selected the best hair-raising activities throughout the UK. Not all will leave you trembling though – some are devilish fun for the whole family.

From being chased by zombies round the streets of London, to braving the night in an abandoned wing of a haunted house in Yorkshire, scroll through the gallery for some spooky suggestions.

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