The ghouls are out at Canbys Davis Cemetery, which is one of the attractions you can drive through at the Clackamas County Scare Fair every weekend through November 1.
The ghouls are out at Canby's Davis Cemetery, which is one of the attractions you can drive through at the Clackamas County Scare Fair every weekend through November 1. Chris Davis via Facebook

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Ghastly ghosts and worrisome witches are prowling the night, baby! With All Hallows' Eve just a week away, we've rounded up all the COVID-friendly haunted experiences around town that we think are a fine alternative to your standard bootleg ouija board seance. Read on for details on options like a Haunted Drive-Through at Oaks Park, a Haunted Maze at Sauvie Island, and family-friendly attractions like a Spooky Forest at Criswell Farms. For more options both online and in-person, check out our complete Halloween calendar

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OCTOBER 22-NOVEMBER 1
The Cinema of Horrors: Drive-in
Want to level up the terror at your next horror movie-watching experience? All manner of freakish creatures will lurk outside your car and make you throw your popcorn everywhere while you watch scary blockbusters like Insidious (Sat Oct 24), Annabelle (Sun Oct 25), and Halloween (Sat Oct 31). 
Clark County Fairgrounds (Ridgefield)

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