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As Halloween approaches, you might be asking yourself how can I get spooked in a new and unusual way? Fortunately, Brooklyn’s got your back with some of the best bloodcurdling action in the city. Good luck, if you’re actually daring enough to explore the unknown and unexpected. And get out this weekend before Frankenstorm hits on Monday.
Half old-school video arcade, half American craft beer haven, Barcade was built on a cemetery — the Old Methodist Burial Ground — which serviced the Attorney Street Methodist Church and the First Methodist Protestant Church of Williamsburg.
Cemetery. But many wonder if a few bodies remained, with their spirits lingering til this day. Will they cast their hair-raising paranormal antics on the bar’s unsuspecting patrons?
$15 for Green-Wood Historic Fund members / $20 for non-members. Reservations recommended. Telephone: 718-210-3080.
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across the country.
the ones who are triggering the sounds, sights, lights and animatronics that help to scare the candy corn out of you.
$6 per person; $5 for students (with ID) and group admission. Call 718-260-5592 for recorded information.
even the bravest Brooklynites considering running into the ocean for refuge.
|Don’t drink too much–you might look like this the next day|
Wicked Monk, with its new location at 9510 3rd avenue in Bay Ridge, is the place to start. With dark wood, stained glass windows, the pulpit (which houses the DJ), and gargoyles making up the pub’s decor, you feel as though you’ve been transported back in time to a Gothic Irish Monastery.