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Halloween is still a few weeks away, but the Trans Allegheny Lunatic Asylum is ready to give you a good scare.

TALA's sixth annual Fall Fest kicked off Friday and runs through Sunday.

The festival will feature live music, food, vendors, games and tours of the asylum.

TALA said it expects a big turnout of both in- and out-of-state visitors.

"It's also good bringing people in from other areas and obviously when we bring people into Weston it's helping Lewis County and the state," said Rebecca Jordan Gleason, of TALA. "We had people drive from, I think we've already had people from seven states so far this year."

TALA said the festival is family friendly.

The theme of this year's haunted asylum tour is "Delirium."

For more information about the Fall Fest weekend, visit http://trans-alleghenylunaticasylum.com/.