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Spooky Utah

Eight scare-filled local Halloween attractions for the budget-minded.


8. Ye Olde Abandoned Utah Democratic Party Headquarters
7. The Sugar House Construction Zone of Chaos
6. St. George’s Dixie Dungeon of the Confederate Dead
5. Trax Free Fare Zone after 8 p.m.
4. Ogden’s Mall of a 1,000 Vape Shops
3. Trails’ Tits of Terror Toys for Tots Trunk or Treat
2. Utah State Liquor Store Checkout Line of Eternity (Columbus Day weekend)
1. Eagle Mountain … just Eagle Mountain