The City of Angels isn’t always dominated by those from heaven. On Halloween, there are quite a few souls which were too bad even for the devil to accept into his midst. You may even recognize a few celebrities among these scary spirits.
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Caitlin Manor Haunted House - San Bernadino, CA
Opens October 13, 2018, and open weekends through 10/31. Lots of scary clowns and weird dolls in this place. Expect to have nightmares. Open Friday and Saturday nights in October. Also they have a kid-friendly hour from 6-7pm ($7), followed by the scary version from 7pm to 11pm ($8). Admission is a fundraiser.
Creep Los Angeles - , CA
Creep is located at 2316 N. San Fernando Rd. in Los Angeles. It takes about 60 minutes to go through this multi-sensory experience of fright. You go through the attraction in groups of 8 to explore the hidden scenes, intimate encounters and moments of fright. Expect to be scared. Opens September 27th and runs Thursday through Sunday nights in October. CREEP IS A FULLY IMMERSIVE, MULTI-SENSORY, WALKTHROUGH EXPERIENCE. GUESTS ARE GUIDED BY A CAST OF CHARACTERS INTO A REALM OF FRIGHTFUL SITUATIONS AND ONE-ON-ONE ENCOUNTERS, ALL DRIPPING WITH STYLE AND DREAD.
Field of Screams Haunted Stadium - Lake Elsinore, CA
Field of Screams operates 4 haunted mazes and 2 scarezones. Each are themed for the maximum terror. Doors open at 7:00 pm each Thursday, Friday, and Saturday in October beginning October 5th. All new scenes, mazes, creatures and entertainment for 2018.
Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood - Universal City, CA
Seasonal event starts September 14th. Open Thursday through Sunday nights. Explore some of the haunted houses and attractions in the theme park. Tickets online for Horror Nights and park admission are as low as $69. Don’t miss attractions Walking Dead, Evil Dead, Insidious, Black Sabbath, El Cucuy, or Universal Monsters. Have fun exploring the 7 terrifying mazes, the terror tram, scare zones, and the new Jabbawockeez Show. Daytime park admission is separate. Night time hours are generally 7:00 pm until 2:00 am. Halloween Horror Nights has more than 765000 Facebook likes. Also check out our list of the Top 100 Haunted Houses 2017 in America. Is your favorite haunted attraction on the top 10 and top 100 state list?
Halloween Time at Disneyland - Anaheim, CA
Halloween Time begins on September 7th. The park has been converted into a not scary but beautifully displayed Halloween theme. You get all the Disney rides both day and night except for the 13 nights that are reserved for Mickey’s Halloween Party. Both are lots of fun for the kids and adults alike. Mickey’s Halloween Party is a separate event in the park that starts on September 20th and runs select nights. It features separate shows, autograph signings, rides and more with Disney’s scary characters from hit Disney movies.
Huge Haunted Maze at Holy Cross Lutheran Church - Cypress, CA
Holy Cross Lutheran Church hosts their fifth annual haunted maze, opening October 19th 2018 and running Fridays and Saturdays from 6pm to 9:30pm for the two weekends before Halloween. Suggested donation is $5.
Knott’s Scary Farm - Buena Park, CA
The Scary Farm begins September 20th. Now part of Cedar Fair this Halloween event continues its forty year history of quality family entertainment. The Scary Farm in the month of October generates so much activity it is responsible for nearly half the annual revenue for the whole park. The theme is Nowhere to Hide and once you are inside the park the mazes, shows, rides, actors, and haunts really bring the scares to you. It features 11 mazes and two Halloween shows and thirteen thrill rides. It is one of the largest Halloween events in the country. Generally open Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday in October plus some added dates.
Los Angeles Haunted Hayride - Los Angeles, CA
The attraction opens September 29th. In my opinion this is a must see attraction. Started over 10 years ago the owners are opening more haunts across the country. They expect record crowds this year. Famous businessman Mark Cuban invested a half million dollars in this enterprise. It must be good. There are three attractions at the Los Angeles Haunted Hayride. The haunt is open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights plus additional nights in October. Doors open at 7:00 pm. Tickets for the Hayride vary by date. A combo ticket for the Hayride, In Between Dark Maze, House of the Horseman, Seven Sins, and Purgatory are discounted. Caution you can get wet on the Hayride. There are online discounts available on certain special nights. Los Angeles Haunted Hayride has over 43000 Facebook likes.
Maniac Mansion - Covina, CA
A really well done annual home haunt that runs on Saturday, October 27th and Wednesday, October 31st. They feature an outdoor carnival and their haunted maze. It is a free to the public event.
Perdition - Yorba Linda, CA
All new this year is their new facade and mazes. Based on a serial killer theme.
Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor - Long Beach, CA
Dark Harbor opens September 27th. Halloween frights on the Queen Mary ship are especially scary this season. The Queen Mary runs special events all year long. Dark Harbor tickets start online at $20. It is open from 7 pm to midnight for 23 nights. The Iron Master has a new maze Intrepid. Also there is a new 4-D Panic Experience, HEX Paintball Gallery, and a VooDoo House tasting room. Open Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights plus some additional special nights. The Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor, Southern California’s most terrifyingly authentic haunt, will once again rise from the deep, dripping with history of the infamously haunted ship September 27 – November 2, 2018. Named one of the top 10 most haunted places on Earth by Time Magazine, The Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor offers the most authentically frightening experience available.
Reign of Terror - Thousand Oaks, CA
This season begins on September 29th. Reign of Terror has run for 19 years. Tickets for this 23,000 square foot haunt start at $15. It is open Friday and Saturday nights plus additional nights closer to Halloween. The four attractions here are Haunted House, The Asylum, Blood Manor, and Miner’s Revenge. It has over 105 bone chilling rooms. Find it at Janss Marketplace above Gold’s Gym.
Rotten Apple - Burbank, CA
The Rotten Apple opens October 20th. It runs the last 2 Friday and Saturday nights in October plus Halloween night. Presents The Not So Enchanted Forest from 7PM to 10PM on 5 nights in October. They have free admission but donations are requested to support their charity. This year they support Volunteers of Burbank Animal Shelter.
Sinister Pointe Scary Place - Laguna, CA
All new location featuring 150,000 square foot space with three major haunted attractions. Opens up on September 28th. Sinister Pointe Scary Place runs every Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights. Features attractions, live stage shows, interactive frightening games, concessions, and of course a lot of terror. Attractions are Phobias, Evil on 2, The Boogeyman Express, and Scream Zones.
The 17th Door - Tustin, CA
The 17th Door is open 25 nights this Halloween season. The theme is based on a story of psychotic rage, prison, and madness. Open Friday and Saturday nights in September starting on the 21st. Open most nights in October. Regular tickets range from $23-31 depending on the night. Check their website for additional information.
Urban Death Tour of Terror - N Hollywood, CA
A haunted theatre attaction from Zombie Joe’s Underground Theatre Group. Presented Friday and Saturday evenings from October 5th to November 3rd, including shows on Halloween (10/31). Fresh off their Edinburgh Festival Fringe tour, visitors are guided through a terrifying “Urban Death” maze of horrors, monstrosities, spirits and more!
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