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Want to pay to be scared? Here are the haunted houses that can make that happen

Workers make prepare one of the attractions at the 13th Gate in Baton Rouge, which has been named one of the “scariest haunted houses in the U.S.”
Workers make prepare one of the attractions at the 13th Gate in Baton Rouge, which has been named one of the “scariest haunted houses in the U.S.” Courtesy Midnight Productions

Haunted houses are synonymous with Halloween and this year, South Mississippi residents have a few from which to choose.

Terror on the Coast

Gulfport’s fright fest is located at 3420 Giles Rd. It is open Friday, Saturday, Monday and Tuesday from 7-11 p.m. through Halloween. Tickets are $15 and $25 (VIP).

Pyscho Path

Pyscho Path, according to its Facebook page, is a “modern professional haunted attraction located deep in the black woods of Buffalo Hill, just outside of town in Ellisville.” It is located at 28 Buffalo Hill Rd. Psycho Path is open 7 p.m. until 1 a.m. through Nov. 5. Admission is $25.

Bailey Haunted Firehouse

Feel like driving to Meridian for a good scare? Bailey Haunted Firehouse has you covered. The haunt is located at 10116 Highway 495. It is open from 7-11 though Nov. 3. Admission is $10 and $20 for a Fastpass.

New Orleans Haunts

Baton Rouge

13th Gate Haunted House

This extreme haunted house was ranked by HauntWorld.com as one of the scariest haunted houses in the U.S.

Need some Halloween tunes for the ride to the haunted attraction of your choice? This play list is for you.

Top five most extreme haunted houses in America

1. Nightmare on the Bayou, Houston

2. Erebus, Detroit

3. Cutting Edge, Dallas

4. 13th Floor, San Antonio

5. Headless Horseman, New York

Source: AP

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