We can't get enough of Halloween this year, and the festivities start Friday at 6 PM with spooky tales. Join the Haunted History Trail of New York State's Facebook page for virtual storytime.

You don't have to leave your home to celebrate All Hallows Eve. The coronavirus is scary enough for some ghosts and goblins. No fear, you'll get a spooky experience with the I LOVE NY Halloween Spooktacular live on Facebook at 6 PM, Friday, October 30, 2020. Pop some popcorn and gather round to experience haunted attractions from the Haunted History Trail safely at home.

Tune into Facebook for fun and scary Halloween stories with CasperCops from Haunted Sylvan Beach Amusement Park, a special reading of the Legend of Sleepy Hollow, and much more.

Selina Andersson from My Family Travels reports those participating in the 1-hour special include:

Many of the Haunted History Trail attractions have been modified or reimagined to protect your health and safety during COVID-19, but they are open year-round with restrictions. Take a look at locations via the digital brochure HERE.

Want more spooky scares? Ranker lists these movies based in New York as the best thrillers showing the most notable locations.

Rosemary's Baby (Showtime)
Mia Farrow, Tony Curtis
Released: 1968

American Psycho (Crackle)
Christian Bale, Willem Dafoe
Released: 2000

Black Swan (VUDO)
Natalie Portman, Mila Kunis
Released: 2010

I Am Legend (Netflix)
Will Smith, Emma Thompson
Released: 2007

Cloverfield (Prime)
Odette Annable, Lizzy Caplan
Released: 2008

Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan (Crackle)
Kelly Hu, Kane Hodder
Released: 1989

Maniac (Prime)
Caroline Munro, Tom Savini
Released: 1980

C.H.U.D. (tubi)
John Goodman, Daniel Stern
Released: 1984

The Sentinel (Prime)
Christopher Walken, Jeff Goldblum
Released: 1977

1408 (Crackle)
Samuel L. Jackson, John Cusack
Released: 2007

Now don't watch all the movies at the same time, or you'll scare yourself silly. Happy Halloween.

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