Yet another haunted attraction is back in the Northland this year! The Massacre On Hammond is back just in time for spooky season, with a few additional dates this month. The haunt will run for six spooky nights.

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The haunt is located at 1701 Hammond Avenue in Superior, Wisconsin. When you drive by, you can't miss it. The attraction is free but they do accept donations. The theme this year is 'Orphanage' following up last years incredibly scary carnival theme!

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The haunted attraction will be open from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. on the following nights this month:

  • Thursday, October 26th
  • Friday, October 27th
  • Saturday, October 28th
  • Sunday, October 29th
  • Monday, October 30th
  • Tuesday, October 31st

If you are a scaredy-cat, don't fret! There will be a few "low scare" options for those that want an easier go through the haunt, with the option available from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. the following nights:

  • Sunday, October 29th
  • Tuesday, October 31st

On Halloween, things will get extra spooky! BSA Troop 221 will be at the haunt selling concessions like popcorn, cider, hot cocoa, hot dogs and soda. Plan accordingly!

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This attraction has been gaining popularity over the years and for good reason! While browsing through their Facebook page, there are a ton of comments with people saying they were incredibly scared and the haunt was incredible. I'm sold!

Please note that this haunt could be dangerous if you have a heart condition or are prone to seizures. Anyone under the age of thirteen must be accompanied by an adult, and you may be recorded for promotional purposes down the line.

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