Buffalo has lots of events revolving around Halloween. Whether for the kids or the adults you'll find plenty of ways to scare the "bajeebers" out of you. We've put together our top five list of things to do this Halloween season.

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    Central Terminal Ghost Hunt

    This coming Halloween season Buffalo’s own Central Terminal will be hosting a ghost tour throughout the cavernous old building on October 28th. The Central Terminal is allegedly home to several ghosts according to volunteers and visitors and the Terminal was actually featured on the Travel Channel’s Ghost Hunters. Volunteers have attested to ghostly apparitions and phantom voices in the basement and pets have been seen barking madly at nothing at all. In it’s prime the Buffalo Central Terminal saw thousands of people shipping off daily including soldiers leaving in WWII. Ghost hunters and witnesses alike argue that these emotional goodbyes are good reason for souls to hang around at the Terminal. You can find out for yourself if the Terminal is haunted or not on the 28th check out the Central Terminal website for more details. http://buffalocentralterminal.org/

    Buffalo Central Terminal
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    Fright World


Tour five haunted houses infested with ghostly spirits, carnival freaks, even Death. At Dr. Nightmare’s Asylum, you’ll witness a demented doctor torturing his victims with extreme medicine, while the dead roam the aptly named House of the Dead. Open October 1st through October 31st.

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    Halloween Trick-Or-Treat at Amherst Museum

    The Amherst museum is hosting afternoon trick or treating for children ages 3 – 10. This is an outdoor, rain-or-shine event. Tickets are $7 for children and $3 for adults. October 21st and 22nd.

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    Galleria of Treats

    Bring your kids to the Walden Galleria for the 2011 Galleria of Treats. This annual event draws more and more people every year and provides children a safe environment to go trick or treating. October 27th.

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    The Haunted Fortress at Old Fort Niagara

    Buy your tickets in advance for this haunted fundraiser, where spirits from the fortress’s past return to their old hunting grounds. October 22nd and 29th.

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