Halloween is almost here! Ready to get scared?

It's time to start thing about "fall" types of things. Pumpkins, pumpkin spice coffee, football, school, apple picking, leaves changing, and oh, Halloween!

Maineiac Manor is getting ready for another year of scaring the pants off you. They have been teasing the upcoming spooky season of terror that they are about to unleash on Bangor, starting on the third weekend of October.

Check out the behind the scenes photos and sneak peek video of evil yet to come!

Maineiac Manor is located in the former Hollister location in the Bangor Mall, which is directly across from Spencer's. The success of the attraction extended beyond the original Halloween season, with a Krampus Christmas themed haunted house each December, and now they plan a fairly regular schedule of creepy delights that are a ton of fun. It's 6,500 square-feet of scary good times.

When you attend an event there, you’ll encounter mesmerizing sets, handmade props, and actors in killer costumes hiding in the shadows (and sometimes in plain sight), ready to pop out and scare the life out of you.

These events are so frightening that they don’t recommend them to children under 13

Also, if you love haunted houses, and would love to participate in a different way, Maineiac Manor is looking for volunteers to help scare in this year's haunt. All you need to do is check out their website and fill out the form.

Mark you calendar now for the third weekend in October, when Mainieac Manor returns. More details are coming soon!

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