Which Atlanta Halloween event should you attend?

Get into the spirit with our guide to killer fun
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Silly and Chill
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Brick-or-Treat

10/1–31
Construct your own model jack-o’-lantern at Legoland Discovery Center.

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Pumpkin Festival

9/25–10/25
Wander through a “spooky” maze and get your fill at a pie-eating contest at Stone Mountain Park.

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The B-52s Halloween Scream

10/30
The Athens quartet bring their brand of spirited, costumed fun to the Fox. Expect glitter.

Silly and Chilling
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Netherworld

Through 11/7
Scream your way through this 40,000-square-foot Norcross haunted house, full of Hollywood-realistic gory effects.

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The Ghastly Dreadfuls

10/14–31
The adults-only staging of ghoulish stories and songs returns to the Center for Puppetry Arts.

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Danny Elfman’s Music from the Films of Tim Burton

10/30–31
An orchestral ode to the pair’s macabre sensibilities. Character costumes encouraged.

Smart and chilling
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The Sleepy Hollow Experience

10/1–11/1
This interactive production leads the audience through Serenbe’s stables, where the Headless Horseman awaits.

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Capturing the Spirit of Oakland

10/23–31
Learn about some of Oakland’s “eternal residents” in this after-dark tour.

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Zombethics

10/31
Emory scholars explore: What does it mean to be “good” in the face of an undead apocalypse?

Illustrations by Dan Woodger

This article originally appeared in our October 2015 issue.

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