Halloweentown Actually Does Exist, So Marnie's Mom Can Stop Pretending

Everyone knows no Halloween is complete without a night of binge-watching all of the classic spooky films.

You know, movies like "Hocus Pocus," "Halloween," "Scream" and my personal favorite, "Halloweentown."

If you were a big fan of the Disney Channel back in the day, there's a pretty good chance you watched the magical adventures of Marnie and her grandmother more than a few times.

However, I'm not sure which is scarier: all of the monsters running around that fictitious town or the fact that it's been almost 18 years since we first laid eyes on this delightful Disney film.

If you're looking to get nostalgic AF this autumn, you'll be glad to know you can now relive the glory of your favorite childhood film by visiting Halloweentown IRL.

This is NOT a drill. There's a real-life version of your beloved Halloweentown tucked away in the town of St. Helens, Oregon, and it will make all of your spooky dreams come true.

The town cloaks itself in a replica of the movie set each October and hosts an epic festival, fittingly called the "Spirit of Halloweentown."

If the mere thought of immersing yourself in all things Halloweentown isn't enough to make you grab your spell book, jump on a broomstick and hightail it to St. Helens...

...this year's frightening festivities will be hosted by none other than Kimberly J. Brown!

You know, the witch who played Marnie in the series (except for in "Return To Halloweentown." That was a weird change.)

The annual event starts off with a pumpkin lighting ceremony in front of the court house.

Then you can run around Halloweentown...

...and snap pics in all sorts of eerie places inspired by the film.

This place even has a badass version of Benny's haunted cab.

Some of the stores have scarecrow building contests...

...where you just might find the headless horseman you've been looking for your entire life.

There's also a Hot Rod and Hearse competition, and you can impress your fellow monsters with a creepy ride.

Did I mention the festival also includes a Mad Hatters Costume Cocktail Party, where you can show off your scariest costume?

What's more, the festival has a Bloody Mary and Bagels Brunch to help you rise from the grave after overdoing it with the booze on Halloween night.

So yeah, this is basically the best thing that has ever happened in the history of Halloween.

Now, if you will please excuse me, I have some packing to do.

Citations: Just A Reminder That You Can Visit The Real-Life Halloweentown (Buzzeed)