Alone 2013

There is nothing more terrifying than having to face your fears alone.  Perhaps that’s why it’s rare to see someone go to a haunted attraction solo, but visitors to Alone [an existential haunting] will be required to have this experience Alone.  Billed as one part interactive theater and one part psychological haunting Alone forces you to become a part of your own nightmare.  There’s no gore, no chainsaws and no clowns with this experience.  This attraction promises that you will be dislocated, disoriented and disturbed, and I have no doubt in my mind that they will succeed.  This attraction is my idea of what fear is, and what most haunted attractions lack, the sense of isolation.   ALONE will take place in downtown Los Angeles in a former fraternal order temple built in 1924. It’s just south of the 10 freeway, and just west of the 110 freeway. The exact address will be emailed to you prior to the event.  Each participant must present valid photo identification and be over the age of 18, and must enter ALONE....

The Haunted Hall of Horrors 2013...

The Fort Bragg Leo Youth Club is getting ready to spread some more fear this year with the Haunted Hall of Horrors Death Asylum 3D!  This haunted attraction located in Fort Bragg, California is the Leo’s annual fundraiser with proceeds going towards anti-bullying school programs and vocational scholarships.   This haunt is geared towards older teens and adults and is not recommended for young children. Children under 10 most certainly must be accompanied by an adult....

The Haunted Trail 2013...

Since 2000 The Haunted Trail has been serving up terror to San Diegans who are brave enough to go for a leisurely stroll through the woods of Balboa Park.  This is San Diego’s only all-outdoor haunted attraction and this mile long trail of terror has patrons screaming with delight. While this haunt has the distinction of being completely outdoors you’ll make your way through many scenes of terror connected to the path that only become more terrifying as you progress.  You’ll encounter a school bus filled with zombie prisoners, as well as come face to face with some familiar fiends from your favorite horror films.  For an outdoor attraction The Haunted Trail offers a high level of entertainment with some really well done effects.  ...

The Haunted Hotel 2013...

Since 1993 the spirits at the Broker’s Building on Market Street have been spilling out onto the streets beckoning passersby to check-in to The Haunted Hotel, where horror movies come to life! Located in the heart of San Diego’s Gaslamp District, The Haunted Hotel is the longest running haunted house in San Diego.  The building alone has been around for around 125 years and with that much history inside it there’s bound to be some restless souls left behind.     It was named by Haunt World Magazine as one of the top 13 haunted houses in America and was prominently featured in “America Haunts IV” on The Travel Channel.  This year, try to survive the “Walking Dead” dungeon, come face to face with the killer clowns on the subway car, and get a real life experience of the “Evil Dead” cellar.  The Haunted Hotel is a visual delight, filled with awesome props and effects, but the real gem behind this haunted attraction are the actors, who go over and above to provide guests with a memorable haunted experience....

Theatre of Terror 2013...

South Pasadena’s Fremont Centre Theatre was was once a mortuary, and folklore still speaks of the building being haunted today.  Theatrical plays are regularly performed in the small theater located inside this building, which is where family members once gathered to view their deceased.  This October, Evil Twin Studios invites you to experience the most terrifying haunt of the season, the Theatre of Terror!     This haunted attraction is a fundraiser for the South Pasadena Arts Council (SPARC).  SPARC provides interactive art projects, visual and performing arts programs, and collaborations with local businesses, the South Pasadena Unified School District and community organizations.   SPARC is open to all artists, actors, musicians, playwrights, directors, producers, set designers, costume designers, dancers, singers, storytellers, writers, art lovers, art patrons, and anyone who wants to help the arts survive and thrive in South Pasadena. Tickets are also available to a private costume party (and yes, costumes are required for entry) on Friday October 18th from 6:30 to 11:00pm.  You’ll be able to meet the haunt team, and get an exclusive backstage tour of the haunt with the lights on.  Then, you’ll get to party in the graveyard with food and beverages provided by Haunt Dawgs, and spooky desserts provided by Sweets by Jenny.  All proceeds from ticket sales for this event will also support the South Pasadena Arts Counci....


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