It's a Halloween favorite across Central New York. Fright Nights at the Fair includes five haunted houses and a spooky hayride in and around the Beef Cattle Barn at the State Fairgrounds. YNN’s Brad Vivacqua has more on what may scare you this year.
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Get ready for a petrifying experience if you visit the State Fairgrounds. Six haunted attractions are ready for visitors, including the favorite Insane Asylum, Skull Kingdom, and haunted hayride.
"It gets your equilibrium off a little bit but it's fun, it's really a fun thing to go through," said Fright Nights at the Fair organizer Grazi Zazzara.
Every weekend through Halloween the Beef Cattle Barn will be filled with live actors and animatronic props. Organizers do what they can to add a new flavor of horror to the site every year. And this year, the Fallen Giant takes the cake.
The Fallen Giant is a huge haunted house in which visitors enter through the head and walk through the body. It’s a 150 foot long maze that visitors walk through to meet cannibals and other goblins.
"He's been on an island tied down and eaten by cannibals from the inside out. We brought him into Syracuse and they're running out of food inside and you walk by these people and beware of the cannibals because they're hungry," said Zazzara.
This haunted exploration isn't meant for kids younger than nine, but enter at your own risk and prepare to be scared.