L.A. Haunted Hayride if you dare...

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If you're looking for something fun to do in Los Angeles for Halloween, then head out to the Haunted Hayride in Griffith Park. I wouldn't say the initial hayride itself is super scary because it's not; but it is pretty interesting to see with all the costumes and sideshow afterwards. The maze as an added option to the hayride experience is where you may get your little butt scared right off. I went with my cousin, her boyfriend and aunt; we loved it.

The best halloween pop out fun options are: Shipwreck at the Queen Mary in Long Beach, Haunted Horror Nights at Universal Studios running at $66 per person, and Knotts Scary Farm running around $50 per person.

How you choose to spend your last night alive.... well, that's up to you. Muahhhahahahah. Personally, I am working on finding an actual haunted house to roam around in. There's a cool one in Old Town San Diego called the Whaley House; some crazy stuff happens there and I have seen it. Get on it and let me know what your plans are for the big Halloweenie.

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  1. This sounds like a scary haunted hayride. My family love going on these during Halloween season. My boys really love Haunted Hayrides because they are into all the scary characters. We have gone to a few hayrides on the east coast and they are great. I know they are excited to visit another one this year.

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    1. This was the first one I had ever been to but it was pretty cool. Which hayrides are your favorite out there on the East Coast?

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    2. I would have to say either Night of Terror of Bates Motel. Both are so realistic and scary. I hope you have a great Halloween this year!

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    3. I would love to see that. Thanks so much John, you too!

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