Anyone looking for a frighteningly good time should head to London for Halloween.
The UK's capital is offering a number of special events that will help people get in the mood for October 31st while enjoying central London hotels.
Last year's London Horror Festival proved such a success that it is being held again this year and for three weeks will be showcasing the best in terrifying theatre, comedy and performance.
Organisers have confirmed that shows for this year's festival will include events from the creators of Dark Tales, John Burn's one-man performance exploring the life of Aleister Crowley and the return of the Zombie Institute of Theoretical Studies.
The London Horror Festival is based at the Etcetera Theatre in Camden so perfect for those staying in central London. The theatre is close to Camden High Street and Jamestown Road and is a short distance from Camden Town London Underground station on the Northern line.
Halloween in the capital would not be complete without a visit to the world famous London Dungeons. For this year's spooky season, the attraction is launching a new character called the Trickstar that is expected to scare many a visitor who is brave enough to enter the dungeons.
The London Dungeons is one of the city's most popular attractions and can be found close to London Bridge mainline and Underground stations.
Entry on the door costs £14 for adults and £18.60 for those aged under 15. As well as the new Halloween show, which runs from September 29th until November 4th, there are 14 live shows, three different rides and the chance to see some of London's most infamous characters in action.