If you can't wait for Halloween, you'll have the chance to get your scare on at an Indiana haunted attraction in May.

Halloween isn't until October, but there are a lot of people who are already eager to celebrate. One of the scariest and most fun ways to get yourself in the Halloween spirit is by visiting a haunted house in Indiana. There's not a lack of haunted houses here in Indiana. Of course, these haunted houses aren't actually haunted. As you know, they are full of actors dressed up with the intent to scare you. Typically these haunted attractions aren't open until the weeks leading up to Halloween. However, one Indiana haunted attraction is gearing up to celebrate halfway to Halloween for one day only in May.

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Necropolis Underground Haunted Attraction Halfway to Halloween

One of the largest Indoor Haunted Attractions in the country covering nearly 50k square feet is the Necropolis Underground Haunted Attraction in Indianapolis, Indiana. While there, you will be able to experience creepy creatures, midway games, axe throwing, escape games, tarot readings, and of course, scares.

Necropolis Underground Haunted Attraction Halfway to Halloween event will be held one night only, on May 6th from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.

So, if you are eager to get to Halloween already, you have the chance to get in the Halloween spirit for one night only at this Indiana haunted attraction. We are halfway to Halloween, so celebrate accordingly.

You can learn more, and purchase your tickets to this event by clicking here.

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