64 Ripplewater Ave.
Darkness Rising is a 2,500-square-foot haunted house at a private home in Massapequa, run by Kevin and Frank Baird. This year, they’ve joined forces with Jim Kennedy, the person behind Nesconset’s “Terror on Alexander.” “Just make sure that you can deal with the scariness and strobe lights,” Kennedy says.
Sag Harbor Haunted Wailing Museum
200 Main St., Sag Harbor
The Sag Harbor Whaling Museum celebrates Halloween by turning into a haunted house, with spooktacular tours presented nightly from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. for $10 admission. On Saturday, a ghost walk through Sag Harbor will explore the local haunts, lit by lantern and the moon, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Admission is $25 and reservations in advance are required.
Long Island Fear Fest
The Fairgrounds at Old
Bethpage Village Restoration
1303 Round Swamp Rd., Old Bethpage, 646-896-9071
Halls of Terror Productions once again unleashes Long Island Fear Fest, a bone-chilling “labyrinth of chaos” with room after room of dark passageways, dungeons, murmurs, moans and demons. Admission is $12, though advanced tickets are available for $20. Fear Fest isn’t targeted for children, and no lights or cameras are permitted. Participants won’t be touched by anyone in the haunted houses, and if you touch them, you will be removed without a refund.
For a wicked good time, visit one of these haunted attractions