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The Los Angeles Haunted Hayride is back for another fright filled Halloween season! Ride aboard a tractor-pulled wagon with a group of friends in the Haunted Hayride or venture into the mortifying In-Between maze or visit the Purgatory Side Show…if you dare!

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The folklore and legend of “the real” births more terror than any horror mastermind can fabricate. The grounds of Griffith Park and beyond have been home to murder, torture, paranormal activity, serial killers, and abduction. The area surrounding the “Old Zoo” and “B Rock” has been called one of the most paranormally active sites in all of California. Now these and other actual events will come back to life at the Haunted Hayride, opening the portal to a river of lost souls that scream for revelation. They are dark. They are vicious. They are all around you.

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The hayride calls on the hauntings of the real terror in history to rise from the darkest corners of hell to take possession of you. The ride is immersive with elaborate sets and characters throughout.

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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.

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Tonight, 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.

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Watch a video here.

WHAT: Los Angeles Haunted Hayride 
WHEN: 
October 6, 10, 13, 17, 20, 24, 27, 30, and 31 | 7:00 pm – 10:30 pm | October 4, 5, 11, 12, 18, 19, 25, and 26 | 7:00 pm – 12:00 am 
WHERE:
Griffith Park, Old Zoo | 4730 Crystal Springs Drive | Los Angeles, CA 90027

DETAILS:

  • Tickets: General Admission $30, Double Attraction $39, and VIP Pass $55
  • Hayrides stop operating 1 hour after box office closes

CONTACT INFO: Info@tenthirtyoneproductions.com | (310) 993-8289

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Blackout Elements

October 2, 2013 — Leave a comment

Blackout Elements takes its inspiration from the four basic elements (earth, water, air, fire) and includes indoor exterior environments, unusual tasks, and encounters with both odd and incredibly frightening, characters. The scares are still physical and psychological, but the experience feels less like an abduction and more like a journey through a ‘Narnia’ or ‘Wonderland’-like fantasy world gone terribly, terribly wrong.

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Over the years Blackout Elements has developed a cult following for its extreme brand of immersive horror theater. Creators Josh Randall and Kristjan Thorgeirsson are infamous for obliterating the traditional rules and limitations of haunted attractions and bending the genre to encompass darker, more extreme, scare tactics.

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The interactive set has multiple courses and tormentors, so no two experiences are the same. Climb, crawl, and feeling your way through paths obscured by fog or darkness. Forked paths require a choice be made and create the illusion of being in control of your fate. The illusion of having control over how you explore the haunt makes the experience intensely personal and absolutely exhilarating. The experience is a barrage of horror and phobia scenarios capable of triggering a wide range of emotions.

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WHAT: Blackout Elements 
WHEN: 
Friday, October 4 – Sunday, November 10, 2013 
WHERE:
Variety Arts Theater | 940 South Figueroa Street | Los Angeles, CA 90007

DETAILS:

  • Tickets: $65
  • No one under 18 admitted and you must walk through alone

CONTACT INFO: ticketing@blackouthh.com or safety@blackouthh.com

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Sinister Pointe is spreading a little Christmas fear to all you horror fans with a Not So Merry Holiday Haunt. They will be adding a little dark xmas flare to their existing haunt with a few new surprises and a horrible holiday theme.

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The event will feature interactivity and an opportunity to take a picture with a not so merry santa. Buy your tickets now to avoid missing out on this special christmas gone bad event! This event is rude and crude! Expect inappropriate behavior, language, and insults. If you are easily offended then this specific holiday event is not for you.

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WHAT: Sinister Pointe’s Not So Merry Holiday Haunted Attraction
WHERE: 195 Arovista Circle | Brea, California 92821
WHEN: Saturday, December 29, 2012 | 7:00 pm – 12:00 am

CONTACT INFO: (866) 957-2732 or info@sinisterpointe.com

DETAILS:

  • Tickets: General Admission $17, General Admission with Fast Pass $25, All Night Pass $30, and All Night Pass with Fast Pass $35
  • This event is not for children

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Sinister Point Haunted Attraction immerses you into an over 10,000 sq. ft. single interactive maze. This attraction is unlike any other and requires you to complete multiple “fear tests” throughout the attraction. You will also experience multiple “choose your own paths” which gives you the ability to experience a series of different rooms if you choose to return multiple times.

Sinister Pointe is the #1 Independent Haunted Attraction and Halloween production studio in Orange County. They are known for the creation of the Official “SAW” and “Silent Hill” Haunted Attractions. They are the first production studio to take guests through mind bending, choose your own adventure style mazes. The Sinister Pointe Production Company has recently designed mazes for the Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor.

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WHAT: Sinister Pointe Haunted Attractions
WHERE: 195 Arovista Circle | Brea, California 92821
WHEN: October 5, 6, 12, 13, 14, 18, 19, 20, 21, 25, 26, 27, 28, and 31 | Thursdays, Sundays and Halloween 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm | Fridays and Saturdays 7:00 pm – 12:00 am

CONTACT INFO: (866) 957-2732 or info@sinisterpointe.com

DETAILS:

  • Tickets: General Admission $15 | General Admission with Fast Pass $23 | All Night Pass $28 | All Night Pass with Fast Pass $33
  • This attraction is not recommended for children under the age of 12 unless accompanied by an adult.
  • Due to uneven ground, high heels are not recommended

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This October the Queen Mary steams full speed ahead into a harbor of the damned at the annual Dark Harbor Haunted Halloween Event. Join for mazes, live music, food, cocktails and plenty of horrifying surprises that are sure to leave you screaming for more. So enter the haunted harbor after sunset if you dare, because this year’s scare-fest takes on a horrifying new dimension. The ship’s crew have endured this Long Beach Halloween tradition’s unforgettable and macabre makeover at the hands of fright masters long responsible for some of Southern California’s biggest scare-fest. More than 45,000 scares per hour await, along with 225 monsters and 80-foot tall flames.

Mazes

Enter the mazes of Dark Harbor and you’re walking into the best haunted mazes in Los Angeles. To enter this port of purgatory, you maneuver through a fog-filled tunnel of cargo containers concealing monsters. You emerge at the foot of Hell’s Bells Tower, a 50 foot tall tower of 11 cargo containers shooting 80-foot flames into the night sky. This is the centerpiece of Dark Harbor and is assembled each year with the help of longshoremen from the Port of Long Beach. So enter one of their six haunted mazes if you dare, they’ll leave you screaming for more!

Live Music

Their scares aren’t the only thing that makes them one of the best Halloween events in Los Angeles. Grab a drink in their Night Mariners Bar and enjoy live music from local bands, but don’t think you are safe, their monsters roam every inch or Dark Harbor.

Little Monsters Ball

Looking for some family fun this Halloween? Parents – bring your little monsters down for this special event featuring  Trick-or-Treating, Face Painting, and special entertainment – just for kids. Bring the little ones dressed in their Halloween costumes and compete for terrific prizes in the Kid’s Costume Contest! At only $5.00 per person, you are sure to have a great and safe Halloween at the Little Monsters Ball.

October, 31 2012 | 4:00 – 6:00 pm.

Halloween Costume Ball

Join for Dark Harbor’s first ever Costume Ball! Unlike other Halloween attractions, you can wear your scariest costume at the Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor on Halloween night only.

The haunted festivities will include:

  • Costume party and contest – your peers will vote for the best costume. You could win prizes valued at $1,000!
  • Drag show – grab a drink and enjoy the show.
  • Dance Party – One of the hottest DJ’s will be spinning at our long-awaited dance party.

October 31, 2012 | 7:00 pm – 12:00 am

WHAT: The Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor
WHERE: 1126 Queens Highway | Long Beach, CA 90802
WHEN: October 5 – 7, 12 – 14, 18 – 21, 25 – 28, and 31, 2012 | 7:00 pm – 12:00 am

CONTACT INFO: (877) 342-0738

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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.”

Click here for ticket prices and to purchase. Cash only accepted at box office.

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 info@tenthirtyoneproductions.com

DETAILS:

  • 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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In the days of the coastal yesteryear, Santa Monica played host to Hollywood’s elite, but gambling and murder were everyone’s treat. Paranoia set in one mysterious day as The Depression made everyone lose their way. The mystery of “who had done who” dreadfully still remains, as spirits of starlets and harlots creepily dwell amongst the maze. So beware of those evil spirits that haunt this space and enter if you dare at Santa Monica Place!

LA’s premier event producers are back with an all-new, bone-chilling Halloween experience — Paranoia Haunted Attraction. For the first time ever, Santa Monica will play host to it’s very own Halloween experience at the City’s top tourist and shopping destination. During the month of October, the third floor of Santa Monica Place will be transformed into a hair-raising haunted attraction where the un-dead will possess three uniquely terrifying mazes: “The Infirmary,” “Insomniac Clown Playhouse,” and “Granny’s Manor of Mayhem.”

The attraction, aimed to rival the feared Queen Mary and Universal Studios, will have fear seekers screaming for more. Spectators can also enjoy food and merchandise vendors throughout the night to compliment the main attraction, which will consume 50,000 square feet of deathly horrifying space.

Long time nightlife and event producers, Deep Lifestyle Group, are branching off into the eerie world of Halloween haunted attractions. Bringing on the twisted mind of Matthew Gavin, consultant of Shipwreck at the Queen Mary and major motion picture set designer for works such as “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” and the genius designs of haunt expert Denise Larson, this blood curdling haunt will take the entire Westside by storm.

Purchase tickets here.

WHAT: Paranoia Haunted Attraction
WHERE: 395 Santa Monica Place | Santa Monica, CA 90401 
WHEN: September 28 – October 31, 2012 | Thursday 7:00 pm – 1:00 am |Friday – Saturday 7:00 pm – 2:00 am | Sunday 7:00 pm – 1:00 am

CONTACT INFO: (310) 899-0999

DETAILS:

  • Tickets: General Admission $24, Student Admission $19 (must show valid student I.D.), and VIP Fast Pass $39
  • Admission price includes unlimited access to all three mazes all night
  • VIP Fast Pass allows access to all general admission benefits plus cut the line privileges
  • Not recommended for children under 12

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