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Alice-Cooper

Let your inner freaky get a ‘lil spooky.

Let’s all admit that October is the greatest time of the year. What other month do we get to indulge in candy, costumes, and craft beer? Or scare people for fun? Or dress like a sexy nurse five years in a row?

We busted out the shovels from our grave-digging days and unearthed our favorite Haunted Houses around the SoCal area. We even found a few extra tickets to give away – they were lying around at the bottom of DJ MacBoingBoing’s coffin. Man, we hated that guy.

Click below to enter our Haunted House giveaway!

Win Knott’s Scary Farm tickets!

Win Universal Halloween Horror Nights tickets!


  • Mickey’s Halloween Party  Disneyland
    September 17th – October 31st

    The popular Mickey’s Trick-or-Treat Party from Disney California Adventure Park has been transformed into a bewitching event at Disneyland Park! Scare up your favorite costume for an evening of spirited attractions, treats, and more!

    http://disneyland.disney.go.com/special-offers/mickeys-halloween-party/

  • Old Town Haunt Old Town Pasadena
    October 1st – October 31st

    Descend into the basement of the historical Union Savings Bank Building where mysterious occurrences have taken place in the buildings’ deadly 107 year history. In fact, something lives down there in the dark….not some one, but some thing. The basement that was sealed shut for decades is being reopened for your investigation into the unknown, what will you do when the catacombs and darkness surround you!

    http://www.oldtownhaunt.com/

  • Queen Mary – Shipwreck
    October 4th – October 31st

    Since 1995. A Halloween celebration for the entire family, in which the Queen Mary is transformed into a haven of goblins, ghosts, and spooks. Features Londontown of Terror and the Haunted Hull of Horrors. Held Friday, Saturday and Sunday throughout the month, as well as Halloween night.

    http://www.shipwreckhalloween.com/

  • Knott’s Halloween Haunt
    October 4th – October 31st
    Knott’s Halloween Haunt is a seasonal Halloween event at Knott’s Berry Farm in Buena Park, California. It is a an event in which the theme park is transformed into “160 acres of horror”, via a series of over 1,000 monsters, several mazes and a collection of ‘scare zones. It is the largest Halloween event to be held at a theme park.
    http://haunt.knotts.com/
    Sticker Pimps will be trick or treating at Knott’s Scary Farm on Oct 27!
  • Fight Fest Six Flags Magic Mountain
    October 8th – October 31st

    If you want to add some extra chills to the most thrilling of LA theme parks, Magic Mountain adds scary mazes, roaming zombies and the extra thrill of extreme rides in the dark.

    http://www.sixflags.com/national/index.aspx

  • Halloween Horror Nights Universal Studios
    October 8th – October 31st
    Make your way through scare zones terrorized by killer Klownz, flesh-eating Freakz, asylum Lunaticz and, for the first time, La Llorona (The Weeping Woman) who, after drowning her children and herself, returns to the living, wailing for her lost children and searching for new souls to replace them.Dare to survive the Terror Tram that’s been hijacked by serial killer Charles Lee Ray trapped inside the body of the pint-sized Chucky doll. Ride the first-ever roundtrip express tram tour directly to Skull Island for Peter Jackson’s King Kong 360 3-D and keep the thrills going on popular rides Jurassic Park in the Dark, the Revenge of the Mummy coaster and The Simpsons Ride.
    And back by popular demand, see the newest installment of Bill & Ted’s Excellent Halloween Adventure show.

    http://www.halloweenhorrornights.com/hollywood/2010/

  • Boo At the Zoo LA Zoo
    October 30th – October 31st

    The Los Angeles Zoo is transformed into themed areas for trick-or-treaters with performances, pumpkin carving, crafts and creepy crawlies.

    http://www.lazoo.org/

  • West Hollywood Halloween Carnival
    October 31st

    The “West Hollywood Halloween Costume Carnaval” in West Hollywood, CA began in 1987; three years after the City of West Hollywood officially became a City within the County of Los Angeles. The free event celebrates its 23nd anniversary in 2010 and expects record-crowds of visitors and locals alike, approximating ½ million people.

    http://www.westhollywoodhalloween.com/

HAUNTED MAZES

  • THE EMPTY GRAVE (formerly The Haunted Cellar)
    321 W. Katella Avenue in Anaheim, CA
    www.themtgrave.com
    Sticker Pimps will be trick or treating at The Empty Grave on Oct 28!
  • SINISTER POINTE
    453 S. Associated Road, Brea, CA 92886
    www.sinisterpointe.com

    Sticker Pimps will be trick or treating at Sinister Pointe on Oct 13!
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