Where's the scariest place to go for Halloween fun? Could it be a haunted house, or an actual city in Michigan that joins the list of the most spookiest places to visit for Halloween.

Halloween is my favorite holiday. I absolutely love it. With all the costumes and candy out there, what's not to like?

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Michigan is well known for quite a few scary places to enjoy a Spooktacular time amongst ghouls and goblins.

But there are two cities in Michigan which are being called a little bit scarier than the rest. One of them is in Dearborn, and the other one is in Romeo.

Let's begin with Dearborn first. Are you familiar with Greenfield Village? Then get ready for an amazing Halloween event.

According to mlive.com:

“The event sees over 1,000 jack-o’-lanterns light up. From harvest markets and fall themes to costumed storybook characters and ghostly performances, the 40+-year tradition is one of a kind,” the publication wrote.

Sounds good so far. You can also take the popular Halloween Express, which takes riders along a scary and creepy journey through Greenfield Village. And let's not forget about pumpkin carving and trick or treating.

Let's talk about Romeo, Michigan. Romeo is located in Macomb County. Some say that Romeo is well known for the most Spooktacular street in the entire state of Michigan.

Are you ready for "Terror on Tillson Street? According to mlive.com:

That’s because nearly every homeowner on Tillson Street decorates their house and yard with over-the-top Halloween displays attracting hundreds, if not thousands of visitors each night who walk up and down the street to check everything out.

I've heard great things about "Terror on Tillson Street."  The Halloween displays are so real looking, that you'll think they came from a scary Hollywood movie. You need to check it out for yourself. Homeowners have their displays up for most of October.

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