This halloween season, prepare yourself for all the frightful events that the city has to offer. Read on to find out all the creepy events you can enjoy in Los Angeles this month!
This year, the creative minds behind Creep LA will bring to life Amazon Prime’s exclusive show Lore for a unique and interactive experience. Lore is a six-episode anthology series that presents frightening tales based on real people and the events that took place that lead to some of the most popular modern day myths and legends. This year, at Creep LA: Lore, you’ll find yourself in an immersive 1 hour walk through experience featuring diverse environments, that will immerse you in the world of modern day myths.
Every year during the halloween season, once the sun goes down, Universal Studios turns into a world featuring monsters from your worst nightmares. This year there will be 8 terrifying mazes, new scare zones, the terror tram and even a new Jabbawockeez show. This year, themes from the mazes feature some of the scariest movies and TV shows around such as The Shining, Saw, American Horror Story: Roanoke, and Insidious among others. Get your tickets today.
L.A. Haunted Hayride
Are you afraid of clowns? If so, then you’re definitely going to want to face your fears when you attend this year’s Haunted Hayride: Clown. This year, partake in Scare Zones, an area for trick or treating, the all new and improved House of Shadows immersive haunted house, and of course the legendary Haunted Hayride amongst other terrifying activities. Get your tickets for L.A.’s scariest and most interactive halloween event.
Zombie Joe’s Underground Theatre is the place to go to for LA Horror Theater. Their longest running show is Urban Death. The show is similar to a modern horror vaudeville show offering twisted and haunting vignettes that you’ll be sure to remember even after the show is over. Tickets for the show start at only $15. Get yours today!
What better way to celebrate the Halloween season than by heading to the Museum of Death? Founded in 1995, the museum offers a self guided tour that will usually last about an hour. The museum offers the largest collection of photos of the Charles Manson crime scenes, original crime scene and morgue photos of the iconic Black Dahlia murder, replicas of full size execution devices, mortician and autopsy instruments and more. Stop by today.