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Halloween Tours: Haunts in Warwick

[CREDIT: Danny Hall] The Hall Asylum Halloween Display.

WARWICK, RI — Warwick has several haunting yard displays showing spooky sights and sounds this October, offering all the elements of a thrilling Halloween tour.

THE HALL ASYLUM:  176 Lewiston St.

Head down Warwick Neck Avenue toward Rocky Point Park for a look at creepy clowns, carnival rides and spooky projections at the Hall Asylum. A small dive-bombing ghost is also making regular passes through the yard, not far from the radiation zombie pit. The display is open seven days a week and you can show your appreciation by leaving a donation to the Cops for Kids with Cancer charity.


Ominous music and a haunting array of buildings and scary characters waiting to creep you out. Special guest stars have included Freddy Kruger and Ectosoul, a Ghostbusters cosplayer. Check Bates Haunted Yard’s Facebook page for updates on coming attractions. Visiting is free, and the owners are collecting donations for Haunts for the Homeless.

“We offer a small walk-through in our front yard filled with all kinds of Halloween decorations, props, animatronics, etc. We have creepy Halloween music playing in the background. Our display is creepy, scary, but fun! Halloween night we have live actors.”

SouthPointe Church (previously St. William’s Church) has offered their parking lot to those who are visiting the display, for parking. They are located just a few houses down from the house.

During the weekend before Halloween they will extend their hours till 10 p.m. on Fri & Sat.  They’re open Halloween night 6:30-10 p.m.



Lights and sights converge to make your skin crawl at this year’s iteration of  Fred and Anthony’s Halloween House on Lakecrest Circle. A warning, however: the Terror Tunnel leads to a pack of zombies.

The display is open Thursdays 6:30-9:30 p.m.; Friday and Saturdays 6:30-10 p.m. and Sundays 6:30-9:30 p.m.. This year the site is taking donations for the animal shelter. Last year they raised $508.

CALCI’S HALLOWEEN DISPLAY: 48 Strawberry Field Road

[CREDIT: Sarah Calci] The Calci's Halloween display on Strawberry Field Road.
[CREDIT: Sarah Calci] The Calci’s Halloween display on Strawberry Field Road.
The Calcis have assembled an array of wraiths hanging over a gravestone and cobweb-strewn front yard. Swing by for your own look before the season’s over.











[CREDIT: Frank Picozzi] A line of free pumpkins available for those who may need one at75 Gristmill Rd.
[CREDIT: Frank Picozzi] A line of free pumpkins available for those who may need one at75 Gristmill Rd.

“I know know that some families struggle to buy extras for the kids, especially single moms,” Frank Picozzi said on his facebook page. “My wife and I went to St. Marks and bought a bunch of pumpkins. If you need one feel free to stop buy and get it just please take only one per family. We’ve put them out on the front walk, no need to knock or anything just pick one out.”



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