It's time again to get into the spirit of the season. There's no better place to do that than Spirit Halloween, back for its 40th year of fright with 2 locations in Lawton, Fort Sill. Both stores are open for the season.


The first location which opened back in early August is at 4411 N.W. Cache Road. Right next door to the Thunderbird Bowling Alley. The second store is located at 3801 N.W. Cache Road in the Cache Road Square.

A peek inside Spirit Halloween located at 4411 N.W. Cache Road in Lawton, Fort Sill

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TSM Lawton: Critter

The second Spirit Halloween location opened earlier this week on Labor Day Monday. Like last year we have 2 stores in Lawton, For Sill so we get twice the scares. We stopped by both locations today to check it out.


Both stores are absolutely huge and completely full of Halloween costumes, makeup, clothing, decor,  collectibles, and those amazing animatronics. I'm betting this year's stores are the biggest and best yet.

Spirit Halloween's second location in Lawton, Fort Sill is at 3801 N.W. Cache Road

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TSM Lawton: Critter

Nothing gets you into the mood for All Hallow's Eve and the spooky season quite like making a trip to Spirit Halloween. There's all kinds of new merchandise to check out and surprises. They're always up to something.


This year Spirit Halloween is raising money and awareness for the Oklahoma Children's Hospital with their Spirit of Children fundraiser campaign. Donate to help make hospitals less scary for kids and their families.

A quick look inside Spirit Halloween 3801 N.W. Cache Road in the Cache Road Square

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TSM Lawton: Critter

Celebrating 40 years of fright Spirit Halloween has a ton of new merch this year from costumes and decor to collectables and animatronics. Stop by either location to see what's new for 2023 and get into the spirit.


For store hours and other information for Lawton, Fort Sill's Spirit Halloween locations visit the official website here or check them out on Facebook here. You can also get a 20% off coupon by clicking here.

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