Halloween in the South Sound

By Volcano Staff on October 24, 2011

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Halloween is right around the corner, and here at the Weekly Volcano, we appreciate any holiday that offers a chance to dress up, drink up and get down. While we can't be held responsible for outdated costume choices that result in frightening fashion faux pas (hey, you in the Sarah Palin get-up: 2008 called, and it wants its costume back), we do consider it our duty to inform you of all that is scary around the South Sound during the Halloween season.

Everyone has a ghost story: A look at Olympia's spookiest places by Brett Cihon

Haunted Tacoma: A ghost hunter's guide by Paul Schrag

Hauntings and handprints: A look into Olympia Paranormal Research Group by Nikki Talotta

Costume crunch: There's still time to throw something together by Paul Schrag

Blood and cash: The business of Halloween by Brett Cihon

Dark with a heart: Le Noir Bizarre offers a little bit of everything (dark) by Paul Schrag

Aspirations of imitation: Night of the Living Tribute Bands returns for another out-there assembly of the far corners of rock by Rev. Adam McKinney

Rutledge Farm: Twilight Breaking Dawn corn maze

LINK: Search Halloween events in our calendar