So, with Labor Day, and the majority of summer, in the rearview, it is time to start thinking about fall.  Yes, summers in New England are a lot of fun, but there is a lot to look forward to this fall, too.  Brewfests, cornfield mazes, apple picking, SO MUCH PUMPKIN SPICE, and a lot of Halloween-themed events and attractions.

Back in the 1990s, and before, Halloween was one night.  Well, in some places, it was a few nights.  The kids went out trick-or-treating and the adults went to a party at a bar / club (or someone's house).  But, over the last few decades, Halloween has really expanded.

Here in New England, and probably most of the rest of the country, most of us are not more than an hour's drive from an amazing haunted attraction.  These attractions range from the very basic (a few costumed actors jumping out to scare you) to extremely elaborate (Hollywood movie style effects).

We want you to get out and experience some of these haunted and Halloween attractions.  That is why we have put together a list of some of the best attractions in Maine, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire.

Keep in mind that not all of these attractions are scary.  Also, check back on this article because, as we get closer to Halloween, we'll be adding additional attractions to our list.

New England Haunted Attractions

We've put together a list of some of the best haunted attractions from around Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts. What else needs to be on our list? Let us know by messaging us through our app.

We really want your input.  What else needs to be on our list?  Let us know by sending an email or by messaging us on our app.

Google Maps Pics Show Us How Much Augusta Has Changed In The Last Two Decades

These photos show how Augusta has changed in the last two decades. Do you remember shopping, doing business, eating, or drinking at some of these now gone businesses?

Please note that some of these address may have changed.

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