Far from those kid-friendly rides through a pumpkin patch, this hayride unleashes all sorts of demons and bogeys on Griffith Park. Like so many pop culture horror experiences recently, this year’s Haunted Hayride rewinds the action to the mid-’80s in the ficticious town of Midnight Falls. The event’s various other attractions will be centered around the jack-o’-lantern–filled Midnight Falls Town Square, with a creaky old funeral parlor set up in the Midnight Mortuary Haunted House as well as an evening at the Dead End Diner.
What’s Halloween without a few good scares? The best haunted houses in Los Angeles run the gamut from big-budget amusement park productions to more homegrown horrors. And after a year of drive-through experiences, haunted houses are back to their traditional formats, including a hayride in Griffith Park and an old estate in Pomona. Whatever thrills you, we’ve got it in this year’s very different looking list of the city’s best haunted houses in L.A.
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