5 Ripleys Scary Adventures For Halloween

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5 Ripley’s Believe It Or Not Scary Adventures for Halloween

GHOST TRAIN ADVENTURE   St Augustine, Florida

Ride the Ghost train and hear chilling sounds and haunted ghost stories. The best tour is at night time where you visit a castle with lots of ORBS.

Ripley's Ghost Train

 

NIGHTMARE AT THE WAX MUSEUM  Grand Prairie, Texas

Friday and Saturdays from October 10-31 (2015). 7pm-10pm

Nightmare at the Wax Museum

 

RIPLEY’S HAUNTED ADVENTURE  Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

A spooky mansion with ghouls , monsters and talking gargoyles ready to spook you at every turn.

Ripley's Haunted Museum

 

BACKWOODS TERROR  Gatlinburg, Tennessee

Beware of mountain mutants chasing you in the dark with a chainsaw!

Ripley's Backwoods Terror

 

RIPLEY’S BELIEVE IT OR NOT TIMES SQUARE

Celebrate Halloween at the Times Square loacation. Count on a Halloween party you won’t forget with dance floor, exotic foods, haunting exhibits and dark surprises.

Ripley's Time Square Halloween Party

Ripley’s Scary Adventures for Halloween are perfect for celebrating Hallow’s Eve.

Can’t make it to these events.  Have your own Halloween fright night by watching one of these scary movies.  Click here for a list.

WHAT IS RIPLEY’S BELIEVE IT OR NOT

There are 95 Ripley’s attractions all over the world. Each one holds collections of oddities from around the world. The buildings are designed in unique architecture styles just like the collections themselves.

The collections are made up of hundreds of oddities. Visit  one of the locations and you could see anything from spooky graveyards to a 22 foot tall car part robot. Or you could learn about such oddities as Britain building a nuke filled with chickens.

 

So how did these odd attractions begin? They were started by Robert Ripley, a world traveler and adventurer. Ripley was a cartoonist and reporter by trade and his travels took him to more than 201 countries in search of finding unbelievable stories for his newspaper cartoons. As a result, he discovered hundreds of odd artifacts all over the world. He opened “odditoriums” to house his collections and they were usually open for World’s Fairs.

 

Ripley was a pioneer during his time. He was the first person to broadcast from London England to every country in he world simultaneously using a group of translators.

DOCUMENTARY ABOUT ROBERT RIPLEY