The Los Angeles Haunted Hayride is back for another fright filled Halloween haunt! Ride aboard a tractor-pulled wagon in the haunted hayride with a group of friends or venture into the mortifying maze … if you dare! While playing in the woods surrounding the Old Zoo, the Clifton Twins discovered a strange playmate – a little boy named Aleister. The boy had no family, no one could understand how he had survived. He would barely speak, and if he did, he preached a dark religion he had learned from the presence in the woods. Soon, he gathered a flock of followers, the Clifton Family included. And on that faithful night, when all perished in a horrific church fire, Aleister’s black eyes glowed against the flicker of the match.
Aleister and his followers have returned to mark you as a witness to the prequel of past years. Examine the darkness he brought onto the community and what occurred before that fateful night the church fire killed the whole village. Ride along as you explore the powerful hand of cults. Welcome to Los Angeles Haunted Hayride 2012: “The Congregation.”
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WHAT: Los Angeles Haunted Hay Ride And Maze
WHERE: Griffith Park Old Zoo | 4730 Crystal Springs Drive | Los Angeles, CA 90027
WHEN: October 5 – 31 | Thursday: 7:00 pm – 10:30 pm | Friday – Saturday: 7:00 pm – 12:00 am | Sunday: 7:00 pm – 10:30 pm | Wednesday, October 24 and 31 7:00 pm – 10:30 pm
CONTACT INFO: (310) 993-8289 or email@example.com
- Featuring: The Original Haunted Hayride of SoCal, “The In-Between” (Dark Maze) Returns…darker and more viscous, and “Purgatory” (Side Show Entertainment)
- Last ticket sold at 10:30 pm Thursday and Sunday and 12 am Friday and Saturday. Hayrides operate until one hour after last ticket is sold. Tickets may sell out earlier
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