Celebrate the Halloween Season at Hauntiac 2018 in Downtown Pontiac

A photograph taken from the ground up of a tall building in Pontiac at night. A spotlight can be seen shining up into the dark sky.

The streets of Downtown Pontiac have been transformed into Hauntiac: a Halloween celebration for all! Whether you’re seeking family-friendly or seriously spooky activities, head to Hauntiac for a thrilling good time. From now until November 3rd, there’s a wide selection of fun and exciting events – you won’t want to miss it!

See what’s happened so far during Hauntiac in downtown Pontiac at Erebus, Goldner WalshThe Pontiac Little Art Theatre (PLAT), and more in our video below:

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Get Scared at Erebus Haunted Attraction in Oakland County

A red colored demon comes out of a brick wall holding a sign that says "EREBUS". A mural of flames rises up behind the demon and gargoyles stand perched on each side of the demon.

Oakland County is home to one of the scariest places in Michigan: the Erebus Haunted Attraction. Located in downtown Pontiac, this four-story venue is 30,000 square feet of frightening fun, making it one of the largest walk-through haunted attractions in the world.

Check out our video below for a sneak peek of the Erebus Haunted Attraction:

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The Woodward Dream Cruise is Driving In!

Get ready to rumble, Oakland County! The world’s largest one-day automotive celebration, The Woodward Dream Cruise, is rolling back into town Saturday, August 18th. Travel along the 16-mile stretch of Woodward Avenue from Pontiac to Ferndale, and cruise through nine Oakland County communities: Berkley, Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Bloomfield Township, Ferndale, Huntington Woods, Pleasant Ridge, Pontiac and Royal Oak.

Check out our video from past Dream Cruises for a sneak peek at what’s to come:

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Fear, Fright and Nothing Nice at the Erebus Haunted Attraction

Shrill screams, low growls, loud noises and the spookiest of music can be heard from the sidewalk.

A line of willing victims, ready to take on one of the largest haunted attractions in America, wraps around the entire building.

A large 3D-like sign, held by the hands of an oversize devil creature may give even the most veteran of haunted house goers a bit of hesitation. The building itself oozes with a fear factor beyond those found at other haunted attractions.

The Erebus Haunted Attraction, a four-story haunted attraction located in downtown Pontiac, has reached Guinness Book level fame and received nationwide attention since it first opened its doors in 2000.

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