Looking for a scare?

It is that time of year again!

Apple cider and frighteningly fun haunted houses abound.

This season offers spooky fun and enjoyable family time.

Mlive recently named the three best haunted houses in Michigan: Erebus, The Haunt and Village of the Living Dead.

Located in Pontiac, Erebus introduces various scenes and entertaining props along with superb actors and storylines in a four-story building.

Additionally, free Erebus t-shirts are given out to the first 200 people to arrive, so get there early and be prepared for the thrill of a lifetime.

If you aren’t easily scared and if you’re looking for something totally terrifying, you may enjoy The Haunt, located in Grand Rapids.

This haunted house is recognized for its horrifying characters and scenes.

The Haunt has what is known as “3D Turmoil” and in that setting you need 3D glasses and a significant amount of courage.

Also included is an outdoor attraction called “Ghost Town,” which may just be your worst nightmare yet.

The Haunt also has a paintball area to shoot down and defeat man-eating zombies.

All of you fright lovers should bring a friend (or five) to enjoy the scary fun.

There’s also St. Charles’ Village of The Living Dead, located near Saginaw.

As soon as you get out of your car, in preparation for an exhilarating scare, actors portraying the living dead hungrily crawl and slouch to greet you. Talk about creepy.

MLive.com claims that the imaginative set and rush of adrenaline that you’ll encounter will leave you breathless.

Towards the end of the night, you are given the opportunity to take a “Last Ride,” in which you ride a casket to your grave.

To no surprise, St. Charles’ Village of The Living Dead knows how to bring the intensity via its numerous attractions.

Ready or not, the screams will come and be aplenty while at this haunted house.

Not at all interested in these heart-racing attractions?

Do not fret, as cider mills are also in high demand this autumn season.

Some of the state’s best mills, according to DetroitNews.com, are Parmenter’s Northville Cider Mill, Blake’s Orchard and Cider Mill in Armada and Franklin Cider Mill in Bloomfield Hills.

Donuts, apple cider, mazes and hayrides are all featured at these gemstones.

For more information and locations, visit DetroitNews.com.