Frightful things to do include annual Zombie Walk

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FOURTH ANNUAL AUGUSTA ZOMBIE WALK: 6:45 p.m. Friday, Oct. 4, Augusta Riverwalk, Eighth Street bulk head; gather, start shamble shortly after sunset; free; come dressed as a zombie, stay in character; family friendly; facebook.com/events/
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The 2012 zombie walk drew a crowd to Broad Street.   JON-MICHAEL SULLIVAN/STAFF
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The 2012 zombie walk drew a crowd to Broad Street.

PLANTATION BLOOD: Open 7 p.m. Thursdays-Sundays through Nov. 2, Plantation Blood, 4127 Wallie Drive; $22; (706) 793-3100, plantationblood.com

HAUNTED HAYRIDE: 7 p.m.-midnight Thursday-Sunday, through Nov. 2; Nightmare Plantation, 1110 Dodge Lane, Grovetown; proceeds benefit Wounded Warrior Project and Channeled Paths; $15, military discount; nightmareplantation.net

HOUSE OF TERROR: 7:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays, 7:30-11 p.m. Thursdays and Sundays; appearance by Leatherface Oct. 3-5; House of Terror, 308 Holly Lane (off Martintown Road), North Augusta; (803) 599-7038, schouseofterror.com

GRAYSTONE RANCH FALL FEST: 10 a.m.-midnight Friday and Saturday, noon to midnight Sunday through Nov. 30, Graystone Ranch Nature Park, 1017 McManus Road; pumpkin patch, haunted forest, haunted hay rides, hay maze, more; $10; graystoneranch.com


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