Many of CT's legendary haunted attractions will open, but will the monsters have to wear masks?

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Nothing could be scarier than a global pandemic which has taken over 1 million lives and put thousands in the hospital wearing nightmarish respirators. Even the ghouls, witches, and the living dead are taking precautions this Halloween season at Connecticut's haunted attractions.

Some of Connecticut's Halloween attractions have decided not to open this year but the ones that will are finding new ways to scare the living bejesus out of you. Thanks to the Connecticut Post and the website, thescarefactor.com, here are the most popular hauntings that are open for the 2020 season.

** FRIGHT HAVEN (Stratford) - Sept. 12 - October 31 with masks required and temperature checks for patrons and staff (online ticket sales only)...

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** LEGENDS OF FEAR (Shelton) - September 26 - October 31 with masks and temperature checks required (shuttle service will not be available)...

Photo Courtesy of 'Legends of Fear' FB Page...

** NIGHTMARE ON WOLCOTT STREET (Waterbury) - October 2 - October 31 (open Friday, Saturday, and Sundays) Masks are required...

Photo Courtesy of 'Nightmare on Wolcott Street' FB Page...

** TRAIL OF TERROR (Wallingford) - October 2 - November 1 with masks required and no walk-up ticket sales...

Photo courtesy of 'Trail of Terror' FB Page...

The following Connecticut Halloween attractions will not be opening for the 2020 season.

** Haunted Trail at Harrybrooke Park (New Milford)

** Evidence of Evil (Southington)

** Nightmare Acres Connecticut (South Windsor)

** The Haunted Graveyard at Lake Compounce (Bristol)