Virtual Halloween Events to enjoy this year.

No one can deny that this year has been an odd one. Most of us are still social distancing and looking for ways to celebrate Halloween. Here’s a list of virtual events that you can either purchase or are free to enjoy this Halloween season.

The Horrors of Whitechapel $20/person or viewing

Image from the Horrors of Whitechapel website

I stumbled upon this website while writing the article for Destination Salem and I thought it was too good to pass up. The virtual events are taking place every Friday and Saturday of October and being broadcasted live from somewhere in the UK. The host is theatrical and entertaining. The broadcast is a live telling of ghost stories from the Whitechapel area of London and is guaranteed to give a fright. I’ve already got my ticket.

GhostFlix by SalemGhosts.com $13 per viewing on-demand or $15 for the live virtual event

Image from the Ghostflix website

If you love Ghost tours like I do check out this website. Ghostflix hosts ghost tours from around the country. Just click on a location and you have the option of taking a virtual ghost tour of that city. Some of the featured cities are New Orleans, Charleston, Boston. There is also an option to take a live virtual tour from select cities on select dates. This is a great option for people who still want to social distance and get some great ghost stories.

The Bloody History of Surgery: Online Workshop for Adults $15.66 per ticket

From the What’s On Edinburgh website

This event is put on by the Surgeons’ Hall Museum in Edinburgh. The workshop will explore surgery from the past and includes a list of items you will need for the workshop. It is a hands-on workshop so you will be getting dirty performing surgeries on vegetables from the comfort of your own home. It is recommended for adults 18 and over and a great alternative event for your Halloween. Ticketing closes on October 30th so make sure to grab your spot if this event interests you!

Shocktober.org $25 for the main haunted house and $10 for a celebrity tour

Image from the Loudoun Times

To be fair just looking at the website creeps me out. Every year The Arc of Loudoun, a nonprofit which services the needs of people with disabilities and their families, puts on a fundraising haunted house at Carlheim Manor in Leesburg, Virginia. This year they have decided to go virtual and it looks like it could be the scariest virtual tour out there. Not only will you get two hours of scares but your money will be going to a good cause. They are also offering virtual workshops on special effects makeup and prosthetics.

Winchester Mystery House $5.99 for a Virtual House tour available to you for 72 hours.

Winchester Mystery House, San Jose, CA

The Winchester Mystery House had been on my bucket list since I could remember. A couple of years ago I made it a point to go to the house when I was in California and I can tell you it is one of the creepiest places I have ever been to. Stairs leading to nowhere and doors opening to nothing, just creepy. However, I was excited to see that they were offering virtual tours of the home. The tours are offered all year long but it feels right to take the tour during the Halloween season.

What are some virtual events you’re looking forward to during this Halloween season? Let me know in the comments. Until next time…

 

Disclaimer: Please note that this is a guide for you to use. This is not a sponsored post of any kind, just a post of where to find fun virtual Halloween events.

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