"Halloweentown" is REAL

'Halloweentown' really exists, you can visit this month

The town that served as the spooky town is real and is ready to give you all of the spooks and scares that come with the Halloween season.

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St. Helens, Oregon, hosts the month-long "Spirit of Halloweentown" festival, not only to celebrate all things Halloween but also to commemorate its role in the Disney movie series that stared Debbie Reynolds.

Fans can have their photos taken at the courthouse and throughout Old Town, which served as the otherworldly setting.

Oct. 14, Kimberly Brown, the actress who portrayed Marnie in three of the films, will be on hand for photo ops. The actors who portrayed Marnie’s mother, brother and sister will also be there.

The month-long schedule of events can be found here.

And if you're not a fan of "Halloweentown," or have never heard of it, St. Helens has a connection to another hit film franchise. The town was also a setting in "Twilight," according to Buzzfeed.

St. Helens stood in for Port Angeles and the house used as the Swan family's home

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