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At HeeHaws Corn MAiZE in American Fork (Utah's original corn maze) you can wander through three miles of twists and turns that (from the air, at least) look remarkably like Bush and Kerry. Don't get lost in a nose!

Tiny tots get to choose whether they want to be a knight, a wizard, a princess or a fairy at Dragon's Castle, an attraction designed especially for small fry.

The 18-foot animatronic monster at Nightmare on 13th is named Slayer. He has 25 different movements and a booming voice.

Rocky Point Haunted House began in 1979 and has grown into one of the largest (60,000 square feet in 10 different areas), most sophisticated haunted attractions in the industry. It has raised more than $400,000 for local charities, including the Boys and Girls Clubs, Utah Special Olympics, Muscular Dystrophy Association, American Diabetes Association, American Heart Association, Boy Scouts.

At the Haunted Forest in American Fork you'll need to be on the lookout for a 25-foot Grim Reaper.

Throughout history, owls have been both feared and venerated. They have been associated with witchcraft, medicine, weather, birth and death. You can see real owls at Tracy Aviary's Halloween Hoot.

Creepy clowns, who would rather laugh at you than make you laugh, earn Lagoon Frightmare's new Fun House of Fear a four-spider (very scary) rating.

"The Legend of Sleepy Hollow," written by Washington Irving, first appeared in "The Sketch Book," published in 1819-20. Irving used the pen name "Geoffrey Crayon, Gent." Since then, the story has been a book, a play, several cartoons and live-action movies, a musical and much more. This Is The Place Heritage Park is presenting an interactive version.

Charlie the Bridge Tender is one of the ghosts haunting the Heber Valley Railroad.