Ghoulish Greetings from !


We just wanted to send you a quick reminder that Halloween is rapidly approaching and now is the time to start promoting your Halloween-related event! Why advertise this early? Two words… web traffic. In the past month, Haunted Illinois’ traffic has significantly increased, and it will continue to grow as Halloween gets closer. Think of Haunted Illinois as an online billboard. The longer you have your event listed, the more people will see it. People are starting to gear up for Halloween, looking online for information about events like yours.

Also keep in mind that in the July – October timeframe, our event directory is the most visited page on the entire website. Let our prominent web presence work for you! Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to get your name out there and let people know about your worthwhile Halloween-related attraction.

We recently reset our event database & removed all the old listings. Why is that important, you ask? It means if you listed with us in the past, you will need to resubmit your event information for 2009, if you want to be included in the directory this season. To view more information about the events already in our directory, visit the following link:

The purpose of this email is to invite you to list your event with us again this season. Our Halloween Event Directory is starting to fill up and we want to make sure that you get in on the ground floor. Keep in mind that Haunted Illinois lists more than just Haunted Houses. If you run a Haunted House, Hayride, Haunted Trail, Home Haunt, Yard Display, Halloween Festival, Pumpkin Farm, Apple Orchard or other Halloween-related event, it is welcome our directory!

The best part is that listing on is FREE!!! If you haven’t already done so this season, please submit your 2009 Halloween event information here:
(Illinois events only, please.)

The staff of is looking forward to promoting your event, giving it the online visibility it deserves! In addition to listing your event with us, please feel free to forward this message to anyone else who may be running a Halloween-related attraction in Illinois this season.