With Southern California’s infamous tales of hauntings and ghost stories, it is the place to be to celebrate Halloween. From the scariest haunted houses to doomed ships, this Halloween might be the creepiest one yet.
Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor
The 2015 resurrection of Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor is the most frightening year yet. With the addition of the new maze, Lullaby, will scare you right down to your core. The maze is a journey through the story of Scary Mary who is just looking for some new friends to bring back with her to hell to play with.
Long Beach Zombie Walk
Who doesn’t love a good zombie walk? The Long Beach Zombie Walk is one of the most unique walks on the west coast. This three day event features over a dozen bands, classic zombie films, and vendors who are dying to sell you a trinket or two. There will be a Zombie Prom, Zombie Walk, and Zombie Wrestling. Guests are encouraged to dress up but if you can’t don’t worry, there will be make-up artists ready to bring you inner zombie out.
The Empty Grave Haunted House
Back again after a triumphant year, The Empty Grave Haunted House is not for the faint of heart. The fully immersive haunted house guarantees to give you the fright of a life with animatronics and live actors working in conjunction to send you running back to you momma.
Los Angeles Haunted Hayride
Based on one of your earliest fear, the boogeyman, the Los Angeles Haunted Hayride will scare you down to the core. The completely re-designed hayride is different than previous years so for those of you who have gone before, get ready for a new hayride. Make sure you visit all the scare zones including the all new House of Shadows where you are forced to interact with the house and ghouls to find the exit.
Rise of the Jack O’Lanterns
Located in Los Angeles and San Diego, you and the entire family can see the night lite up with over 5,000 hand-carved pumpkins. But they
aren’t carved idly – each jack lantern has a story to tell and the 1/3 mile walking trail of pumpkins light up to an original music score. Don’t forget to visit the 50 foot long dragon made out of ornately carved jack o’lanterns.
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