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It is "Halloweek" and a Halloween weekend full of haunting events is only days away. There are tons of haunted places and terrifying attractions to visit around Ottawa, but there are also festive parties with boos to look forward to.

If you want an excuse to dress up in costume but are too old to trick or treat you can check out these spooky events. Here are eleven things to do this weekend in Ottawa to celebrate All Hallows Eve.

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You may not know that Ottawa is allegedly full of ghosts and you can visit a number of haunted buildings in the city.

Eerie tales and paranormal experiences have been reported in places around Ottawa from historic hotels to stone mills and you can check them out throughout the year, if you're brave enough.

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Not everyone wants to enter a nightmare during spooky season, but there are other ways to celebrate.

You can frolic through fields of gourds, dance the night away at a themed party or sip hard pumpkin cider.

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You don't need to jump through hoops to experience a spooky setting worthy of a Tim Burton movie this October.

The town of Vaudreuil-Dorion has giant Halloween decorations again this year with a new 'scary carnival' theme. Less than an hour from Montreal, the municipality is only an hour and a half from Ottawa and makes for a picturesque fall road trip.

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If you love the scare factor during spooky season but don't want to get too close to monsters you can visit a drive-through Halloween attraction in Ottawa.

Deadwood Haunted Drive is back at Wesley Clover Parks and you can fill your evening with fear from October 14 to 31.

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