Two of Chattanooga's most popular tourist destinations are transforming into "supernatural spectaculars" just in time for the Halloween season. And Good Day Atlanta went on the road to check them out...and do a little ghostbusting!
First stop is the legendary Ruby Falls -- which has become Ruby Falls Haunted Cavern. Visitors will descend 26 stories underground, deep inside Lookout Mountain -- which happens to be filled with terrifying monsters! The Haunted Cavern is open Fridays through Sundays (with an extra night October 8th), with scares starting each night at 7:30 p.m. for the Freak Parade!
Next stop -- the Tennessee Aquarium, which is celebrating ODDtober! This means some of the most unusual animals are taking center stage, including Mantis Shrimp and the New Caledonian Giant Gecko. And check this out -- volunteers will be SCUBA diving into the habitats and carving pumpkins underwater!
Good Day Atlanta's Paul Milliken and his partner-in-crime, photojournalist Blaze Meier, took a trip to Chattanooga to see how just how scary our neighbors to the north can get!