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Neighborhood Yard Haunts for Halloween in the San Fernando Valley

Posted By Karen Young On October 27, 2010 @ 12:00 am In Activities,Family,My Daily Find | 1 Comment

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These spooky haunts are created in the yards of individual homes and run from October 29 to Halloween night — and they’re free!  Also, don’t forget to check out the more industrial  haunts as well!  For even more, check out Hollywood Gothique. Happy Halloween!

Haunt with No Name...Yet

EAST VALLEY

THE BACKWOODS MAZE — Burbank

This is a walk-through haunted maze in a Burbank neighborhood takes you for a tour of Farmer Porky’s farmhouse, where pigs and cows are not the only livestock on the menu. 1912 North Pepper Street Burbank www.freewebs.com/halloweenhauntmazemaster

NIGHTMARE AT THE MUSEUM — Burbank

These haunt changes themes yearly. More than a yard decorated with tombstones and ghouls, this haunt features an extensive walk-through maze that takes you through several separate rooms. 907 N. California St. Burbank 7pm-10 pm Free. Donations to Family Services of Burbank – 907 N. California St., Burbank, CA 91505 www.rottenapple907.com

WEST VALLEY

HART  STREET HAUNT— Reseda

This yard haunt in a neighborhood with lots of decorated houses is filled with mannequins of all shapes and sizes. There is no walk-through maze, but you do have to maneuver along a walkway (with some scary creatures who may approach) between some fences to get to the front door for candy; the escape route takes you past a upright coffin. 19521 Hart Street, Reseda  October 31 until the trick or treaters go home.

THE HAUNT WITH NO NAME…YET — Tarzana

It’s been many years without a name. This yard haunt is located in a wide front yard of a quiet, dark residential area. The lighting is creepy in an old-fashioned Gothic way. The decorations include a stone gate, tombstones, ghosts floating from trees, fog,  shadowy figures and more.  19351 Hatteras Street Tarzana http://pages.sbcglobal.net/srozell/index.html October 29 and 30 7-10pm, October 31 dusk to 11.

FALLEN ANGEL CEMETERY — Woodland Hills

A yard haunt that is spooky, not gory – with lots of candy and fun for kids. It’s a decorated front yard with light and sound effects to create the impression of lightening, thunder, wind, and rain. 23830 Berdon Street Woodland Hills, CA 91367 Contact: (818) 716-6659. October 29-31, dusk till 10pm

THE HOUSE AT HAUNTED HILL — Woodland Hills

This is a high tech, outdoor haunted display for all ages created by an Emmy award winning lighting designer and featured on HGTV. It has a fully scripted story and original score. Located in a dark neighborhood with no sidewalks and very limited parking. You may have to walk a few blocks, so be prepared. 4400 Saltillo, Woodland Hills www.houseathauntedhill.com Oct. 29, 30, 31  7 pm – midnight.

FOREST OF MIRRORS — Woodland Hills

The graveyard is littered with skulls and ancient tombstones and surrounded by eerie fog, scary sounds and inhabited by strange beings. Created in a house once owned by Buster Keaton, The Forest of Mirrors mixes magic and landscaping to create a creepy illusion by featuring over 50 giant mirrors hidden with foliage and angled so you can’t see your reflection. Parking is difficult. Prepare to walk. 6124 Lederer Ave, Woodland Hills, CA 91367 : www.forestofmirrors.com October 31, 6 pm to midnight.

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