Haunting Happenings in Connecticut

Where to get your spook on for Halloween

This is Halloween weekend, so if you're looking for something to get you into the Halloween spirit, there are some options, although you'll want to keep an eye on the forecast.

Rails to the Darkside: About 100 years ago, graves were moved to accommodate the new Warehouse Point trolley line. Since then, locals have experienced strange goings-on that caused many to leave the area. Experience life like the locals with this haunted trolley Connecticut Trolley Museum in East Windsor  is offering rides on Friday and Saturday. If you have tickets by 9:30 p.m., you'll get a frightening ride. Tickets are $13 for adults and $8 for children.

Trail of Terror: Take a terrifying journey through more than 30 interactive scenes where more than 70 of your favorite, and not so favorite, spooky characters await you. It is open on Friday night. General Admission is $10. Online speed passes, which sell for $20, are sold out. Limited speed line passes will be available at the gate, Tickets sell out early, so book ahead of time and get in line early. Check their Facebook page or the Twitter page to see if they will be open on Saturday and Sunday.

Haunted Graveyard: Head to Lake Compounce in Bristol ,where you can take a 45-minute walk through a dark and scary place, complete with zombies, witches, villains and, of course, the Grim Reaper. The trail leads you through a swamp, a small haunted corn maze, a graveyard and torture chambers and features six haunted houses all linked by a labyrinth of terrifying trails. Gates open at 5 p.m. Check out Lake Compounce's Web site for a coupon. The

Most haunted events may not be suitable for minors. Remember to dress for the weather, if you dare venture to one of these attractions.

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