Frightful Halloween Fun

Halloween events for all ages abound across Southern California.

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José Guzman
Universal Studios will host its Halloween Horror Nights including attractions by entertainment's scariest minds including Rob Zombie, Alice Cooper and and an all new ride, Terror Tram: Scream 4 Your Life.
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The Queen Mary
Come aboard The Queen Mary in the Dark Harbor. For 15 nights in October, visitors will be spooked by 160 monsters and five shipboard and onshore mazes.
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Disney
You're invited to Mickey's Halloween Party! The whole family can take pictures with Disney villians and enjoy yummy candy at treat stations.
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The Pumpkin Patch at Live Oak Canyon Christmas Tree Farm
The Live Oak Canyon Christmas Tree Farm has opened its doors this fall allowing all ages to enjoy the pumpkin patch, corn maze and shopping for Halloween decorations.
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Orange Empire Railway Museum Events
The Orange Empire Railway Museum will host its Pumpkin Train allowing guests to ride the train to the pumpkin patch, pick out their pumpkins for Halloween and return to the museum to participate in many activities.
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Jose Zakany
The annual Dia de Los Muertos celebration will be held this year on Oct.22 at Hollywood Forever Memorial Park in Los Angeles.
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In Progress Productions
The Legend of Boot Hill creeps back this year for the 12th year in Irvine. The ghost of Jedediah Smith is said to return to roam the land again.
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Danny Koska
The Kidz Block Party will kick off Halloween night at Brea Downtown in Orange County. Families can enjoy face painting, a petting zoo, 40 game booths and free candy.
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Anaheim Fall Festival
The Anaheim Fall Festival and Halloween Parade will take place Saturday, Oct. 29 with live entertainment, game and food booth and a trick or treating for the kids in their costumes.
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Six Flags Magic Mountain
Six Flags Magic Mountain transforms its park into a huge scare zone taken over by new mazes and zombies with its Fright Fest on Friday and Saturdays in October.
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Trudi Moe Roser
The Friends of the Center for Individual Development will host the 2nd Annual Harvest Haunt this year in San Bernardino. The haunted house will open Oct. 21 for all those families wishing to get a head start on the Halloween fun. All funds raised will go to the Center for disabled children and adult programs. Be sure to check out the haunted house opening night when Michael Jackson tribute artist Jeffrey Perez performs a free show!
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