A list of spooky places to visit submitted by Spokesman-Review readers.
Deer Park/North County
The Hillbilly Haunted House
Hillbillies, zombies and monsters, oh my! Come up for a little fun and a little scare. A portion of the proceeds will go to the Traumatic Brain Injury Network. $5 donations requested. Oct 21,22,28,29. 6-10 pm
1810 North Greene St.
Haunted House in gym for Community Colleges of Spokane for students and their families. Not child friendly but has on-site childcare. Oct. 28 from 5 to 9 p.m. Donations going to Newby-ginnings and another charity.
The King Family Haunted House
6th year! FREE, but 100 percent of donations will go to Make-A-Wish! We are smaller than past years, but more family-friendly. Still plenty of great Halloween fun! Lots of stuff to see outside every night. The Haunted House is open 7 to 9 p.m. on weekends. Check out our Facebook page for more details at: The King Family Haunted House
Colfax St. Ignatius Haunted Hospital
Check out colfaxhauntedhospital.com for more information. Extra tours have been added through October.
Haunted Hollow Cemetery
This house goes all out on Halloween night and has for more than 20+ years. Known as a yard haunt, they have a spooky cemetery with awesome tombstones, skeleton animals that guard the sacred grounds, animatronics, flying ghosts, static props, friendly people and is available for all ages. You will find it one house in from South Freya and East 20th Avenue on the South Hill. Full display is not up until Halloween night, rain may interrupt animatronic display.
514 W. 19th Ave.
2112 S. Manito Blvd.
14th and Ferris Court
A delightfully scary home with a garage that glows green.
The Queen of Halloween lives right here in Spokane Valley. For more than 20 years, Chris Sheppard has been collecting Halloween decorations and every October she transforms her home with thousands of colorful lights and a host of scary characters including the witch from "The Wizard of Oz," Frankenstein’s monster, Dracula, Snoopy and blowups of Halloween themed characters. A treat for kids of all ages. Lights are on from dusk until 9 p.m. until after Halloween. Chris welcomes visitors to enjoy her free display.
Directions - From I-90 east, take E Sprague exit. Turn right on Thierman. Right on 8th. Left on Bettman. Just follow the orange glow in the sky!
Spokane's only year-round horror themed escape room. www.cartelhaunts.com
417 W. 14th Ave.
Holograms haunt the grounds.
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