There's a bit of theme happening amongst New England's theme parks this fall, it's time to get a little scarier. Aquaboggan is planning on doing just that as they will once again host the Trail of Terror for another year on select weekends in October and November.

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If you didn't visit the Trail of Terror last year, it's roughly a half-hour walk through the dark realm of Aquaboggan Water Park, as you attempt to avoid the ghost of Judy aka The Banshee of the 'Boggan, who was supposedly murdered in the woods behind the park in the early 1900's. Each night there are different scares and screams as the Banshee can show up anywhere and anytime throughout your journey.

Unlike the Halloween event at Santa's Village, this is considered to be very scary and small children should probably avoid this event. The 2019 schedule of the Trail of Terror is October 17th-19th, 24th-26th, Halloween night as well as November 1st and 2nd. The Trail of Terror takes place from 6pm-10pm on each night of the event.

Additionally, (and new this year) Halloween night will feature a trunk or treat where people will be encourage to "trick" out their cars with Halloween decorations for a chance at cash prizes and of course, there will be trunks full of candy for the kids as well.