Looking for something new to do this Halloween? Searching for that perfect costume? We’ve dived into the haunted depths of the web to collect a list of Los Angeles things-to-do, places-to-go, and things-to-buy that will keep you busy this October.
Grab your Rob Zombie T-Shirt and prepare to be amazed. Converting suburban yards into haunted houses that even Disney would be proud of is a long time tradition in the Los Angeles area. Here’s a list of top attractions to get you in the spirit.
There are costumes to be worn, parties to be attended, and much candy to be eaten. Throw off your inhibitions and become someone else for the night with Alleycatscratch’s guide to Hollow’s Eve.
Described as the "World's Largest Street Party" by local Los Angeles media and a disco drag-queen’s paradise by others, the West Hollywood Halloween Costume Carnaval is back for 2008…and its free. Good walking shoes required. Feather boas optional.
The folks at MetroMix have put together their 2008 Halloween Party Guide that includes the list of “Costumes that'll get you beat up, high-fived and laid (in no particular order)” After all, “Ghouls just want to have fun.” They wrote it, not me.
Load your Proton Pack and get ready to brush up your Ghost-busting skills. About.com’s “ghastly guide to the best Los Angeles Halloween” parties, festivals, costumes, candy, haunted houses, pumpkin patches, and more is bigger than the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man.
Need more slime? Find scary costumes, Halloween parties, spooky haunted mansions and more Halloween horribles for kids and grown-ups with CitySearch's Halloween Guide. Like Bugs Bunny said, "Monsters make such interesting people."
Yelpers have rated their picks for finding the perfect costume. If you're serious about Halloween, and they are serious, check out their list.
Finally, bring out your inner Goth at the Halloween Town Store. Find everything for your next Halloween costume party, haunted house, and more. It’s like a Elvira’s version of Home Depot.