NORMAN — Get in the Halloween spirit with these local events and activities.
Thunderbird Trail of Fear
Run from a family of cannibals at Thunderbird Trail of Fear Haunted Scream Park in the newly opened facilities at 14501 E. Etowah Rd. in Noble.
The park is open Oct. 11-12, 18-19, 24-27 and 31-Nov. 2 with the Hackensaw Haunted Hill, a haunted house where trespassers must escape the demented Hackensaw family, and several shows by the Crispy Family Carnival, an authentic troupe of sideshow performers.
Bob Wright, co-owner and co-creator, said the park is a safe way to enjoy some seasonal, spooky fun.
“We really attract people of all types. It really just depends on if you like to get scared and have a really good time,” he said. “Even though we’re a family-friendly event, that does not mean we’re not scary or gory. We just don’t do anything sacrilegious.”
General admission tickets are $15 and include the Hackensaw Haunted Hill and one of two carnival shows. An additional Crispy Family Carnival Show is available for $10 per person Friday and Saturday nights for ages 18 and up. Valid ID is required for the additional show.
The ticket booth is open nightly 6:30-10 p.m., with gates opening at 7 p.m. Tickets can also be purchased online at trailoffear.com. Parking is free.
City of Moore’s Trail of Fears Haunted Trail
Beware of creatures lurking around every corner at the City of Moore’s Trail of Fears 8-11 p.m. Oct. 26 at Little River Park, 700 SW 4th in Moore.
The 1/3 mile course is designed for adults and children ages 12 and older. Children 11 years old or younger must be accompanied by an adult.
Tickets are $5 and must be pre-purchased at the Moore Community Center, 301 S. Howard Ave. in Moore.
There will also be a movie in the park, and a jack-o-lantern contest at 7 p.m.