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Our Haunted House

Our Haunted House

This has been a bit of a tradition. We all do enjoy halloween and after visiting all the attractions in the area we usually head over to a friends house to run a haunted house. This section is a lessons learned and how the haunted house has progressed over the years. Initially we were young and enthusiastic and wanted to go all out. Costumes are extremely valuable until November 1st, then they can be found relatively cheap. Over the years…

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Universal Studios Horror Night

Universal Studios Horror Night

Universal Horror Night This being a movie studio we had high hopes that the production value and presentation would be top notch. You are not allowed to dress up or wear any type of costume. You are also not allowed to bring any food or drink. We made sure to bring an empty container though to fill with water in the park as I was expecting to wait in long lines. Overall, a great event and worth the admission. If…

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Queen Mary Dark Harbor

Queen Mary Dark Harbor

Queen Mary Dark Harbor Parking can be expensive and is limited here. You can pay $20 for on site parking or you can pay $16 dollars and park near the aquarium and take a free aquabus to and from the Queen Mary. We took the aquabus because it offered a free cruise of the harbor at night. We got to see the coastline lit up at night and even got to see the moon rise on this particular night. You…

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Disneyland Halloween Party

Disneyland Halloween Party

No-one is ever going to claim this is the kind of event that is going to give you a heart attack or scare you senseless. Instead this is a family event that is appropriately decorated with Disney villains. One big plus is that you are able to dress up as long as you don’t cover your face or bring anything that could be used as a weapon(sticks, props, or replicas). Again these events are more fun in a group so…

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Halloween|Vacation

Halloween|Vacation

Five nights and five fright’s in this trip. We decided to take a trip to Los Angeles to do a couple of the Halloween mazes in the area and run a haunted house at a friend’s place. We start with Disneyland’s Halloween Party, and crank up the scarry at the Queen Mary Dark Harbor. We then experience Halloween Hollywood style by visiting a movie studio and finish the trip by trying to scare some local families. Our Spooky | Itinerary…

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