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Halloween Haunt at Kings Island begins Friday

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MASON, OH (FOX19) -

There's nowhere to run and nowhere to hide. The seventh annual Halloween Haunt at Kings Island begins this Friday!

The event features more than 600 gruesome creatures emerging from the darkness, 13 spine-chilling haunted attractions and 20 hair-raising roller coasters like the Beast, Diamondback and Flight of Fear.

Yikes! 

Visitors will also find two new mazes, Bored to Death and Delta Delta Die, as well as a new scare zone, Backwoods Bayou, and Ed Alonzo's Psycho Circus of Magic & Mayhem, Part II show in the Kings Island Theater.

Halloween Haunt will run every Friday and Saturday evening through October 26. 

KI officials advise parents of Halloween Haunt's graphic scenes, suggestive themes and intense imagery, which is intended for mature audiences and not recommended for children.

For more information about Halloween Haunt including the full list of haunted attractions, rides, photos and deadly deals on tickets, visit www.visitkingsisland.com/haunt.

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