Three out of the ordinary spooky Midwest getaways

Halloween is a good excuse for a fun getaway

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Great Wolf Lodge celebrates with Howl-O-Ween events

Have kids, will travel—for Howl-O-Ween, the spooktacular event goinng on now Great Wolf Lodge at Grapevine, Texas near Dallas. This incredible resort and water park is the best fun a family can have, in water or out—and all under one roof.

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Pumpkins galore in the Intervale

Everyone knows what a pumpkin is, but what is the Intervale? The Intervale is 350 acres of rich reclaimed bottom land straddling the Winooski River in Burlington, Vermont. This fertile plain was created by nature, with additions by man. The waters of the Winooski River begin high in the Green Mountains, wend their way down… Read More

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Sea World San Antonio Celebrates Halloween

Frightening fun for the whole family is featured during October’s Howl-O-Scream at Sea World San Antonio.

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Day of the Dead and Halloween

New Mexico, with it’s rich Hispanic heritage, is one state where you may see more skeletons in early November than you do on Halloween. Of course Halloween is fun, but Day of the Dead, or Dia de los Muertos, has a richer cultural history. Despite the proximity of the two holidays, Day of the Dead has nothing to do with Halloween. Find places where you can see Dia de los Muertos celebrations and exhibits.

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Ghosts Anyone? Jim Thorpe, PA.

The ghost stories and tales of lore are intriguing on a one-mile walk that starts in the lobby of the Inn at Jim Thorpe, 24 Broadway and then through the town. GhostWalks are sponsored by the Rotary Club of Jim Thorpe. For information and time schedules, call 570-325-2346. Reservations are requested.

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