Haunted! They call it “the Nightmare Machine,” and it’s an Instagrammer’s paradise — or hell. This immersive new pop-up lets you pose in bloody ball pits and alien lights. Through Oct. 31. Tickets $38. 93 North Ninth St., Williamsburg; VisitNightmareMachine.com Brian Zak/NY Post Brian Zak/NY Post Brian Zak/NY Post Brian Zak/NY Post Ad Up Next Crawford-Benavidez Jr. WBO battle first step to unified belt The goal is for boxing’s welterweight division to have an… 4 View Slideshow Back Continue Share this:FacebookTwitterGoogleFacebook MessengerWhatsAppEmailCopy Advertisement October 12, 2018 Looking for real ghosts? Head to the Merchant’s House Museum, said to be the most haunted house in the city. Ghost tours of their hallowed hallways are offered throughout the evenings, with a special paranormal tours after midnight. You never know who might be there with you in spirit. Oct. 19-20, 24-28. Tickets $25-$100. 29 E. Fourth St.; MerchantsHouse.org The Gravesend Inn has been sending folks home screaming for nearly two decades. See for yourself what horrors are in store this year at the theatrical, tech-heavy hotel, designed by the evil geniuses at the New York City College of Technology. Oct. 19-31, hours vary. Tickets $10 adults, $5 students, kids and seniors. 186 Jay… Read full this story
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