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(Tribune file photo) There are plenty of things to do as Halloween approaches, including Cornbelly's at Thanksgiving Point.
13 x 2 things to do for Halloween in Utah

Entertainment » A guide to fall and Halloween-related events on the Wasatch Front.

By Scott D. Pierce

| The Salt Lake Tribune

First Published Sep 26 2013 08:54 am • Last Updated Oct 30 2013 08:26 am

Scare yourself — or let someone else do it for you. Run a maze. Spend time with the family. Be entertained.

There are plenty of things to boo … er, do as Halloween approaches, and here are 13 x 2 choices:

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HAUNTED ATTRACTIONS

1. Anguish Asylum

In addition to the insane asylum, scare seekers will experience everything from killer clowns to a chainsaw maze, a spooky cemetery to a serial killer’s body shop.

When » Through Nov. 2; 7-10 weeknights, 7-11:30 p.m. weekends.

Where » 1200 Towne Centre Blvd., Provo

Tickets » $18 general admission; $5 Last Ride; $20 both (plus fees) at anguishasylum.com or 801-367-7376.

2. Castle of Chaos


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If the regular ol’ scary stuff isn’t enough, you can sign a waiver (and pay an extra $5) and experience the "Hands of Horror" at the Taylorsville and Riverdale locations.

When » Through Nov. 2; opens 7:30 p.m., closing times vary.

Where »Three locations — 5576 S. Redwood Road, Taylorsville; 1134 W. Riverdale Road, Riverdale; 168 E. University Parkway, Orem

Tickets » $19-$29 (plus fees) online at castleofchaos.com; $20-$30 at the door. Plus upgrades.

3. Fear Factory

You could hardly find a better site for a haunted attraction — a creepy, abandoned cement factory where people actually died.

When »Through Nov. 2; opens 7 p.m., closes 10 p.m. or midnight

Where »666 W. 800 South, Salt Lake City

Tickets »$15-$35 at fearfactorslc.com

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