The directory includes kid-friendly venues as well as attractions that could cause adults to have nightmares, according to Jonathan Moore, founder of West Virginia Ghosts.
"We currently cover 28 venues hosting 215 attractions throughout the state," Moore said.
"And as October inches closer, more venues and attractions will be added."
Moore established the annual directory in 2013 to help locals and tourists easily discover what spooky Halloween destinations the state has to offer.
"Before I started the directory, I was constantly cold-calling to find out what Halloween attractions were in the area. Sometimes they were easy to find. Other times you only found out by word-of-mouth.
"This got me thinking: we need a directory so that everyone can locate Halloween attractions and events near them in the state."
This weekend will kick-off the first set of Halloween Attractions, including "Scareview," "Fear on the Farm," the "Mothman Festival,""The Maze at Cooper Family Farms," and "C&D Bunner Family Spooky Yard Haunt."
For more information Halloween attractions are near you or to submit your own event, visit West Virginia Halloween Attractions on the West Virginia Ghosts website.