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15 Scary Events

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  • Sept. 13 - Oct. 31

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  • Sept. 20 - Nov. 2

    Beware the zombies of The Walking Dead at Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights. Nothing sates their hunger like tourists

  • Sept. 26 - Nov. 2

    At Knott’s Scary Farm, you don’t have to ride the roller coasters to scream. Not when monstrously costumed actors sneak up behind you

  • Oct. 1 - 31

    Squirm your way through Nightmare City, Cinefamily’s month of scary flicks

  • Oct. 3 - Nov. 2

    Some say the queen mary is haunted, but it’s the dock that’s transformed into a ghostly dark harbor

  • Oct. 3 - Nov. 2

    With Altadena’s Mountain View Mortuary and Cemetery as the backdrop, Wicked Lit adapts classic tales of terror into plays

  • Oct. 5

    A night of mind reading lies in your future at Heritage Square’s Soirees Mystique—An Evening of Victorian Enchantment, where clairvoyance is still in style

  • Oct. 5 - 6

    Let the little ones prance in costume at the Kidspace Children’s Museum’s 19th Annual Pumpkin Festival

  • Oct. 12

    Gasps give way to grins when the rooftop Electric Dusk Drive-In downtown screens Mel Brooks’s parody Young Frankenstein

  • Oct. 21
    - 23

    Jam to the Egyptian Theatre for a live set by the progressive rock band Goblin, which has scored films by Italian horror maestro Dario Argento

  • Oct. 25

    Theatricum BOO-tanicum transforms its Topanga Canyon woodlands into a thespian underworld

  • Oct. 25 - Nov. 3

    What better way to celebrate the Day of the Dead than at Olvera Street’s elaborately decorated altars

  • Oct. 26

    Slip into your jammies for a long night of shrieks as the Aero Theatre unearths its bloodiest flicks during the 8th Annual Dusk-to-Dawn Horrorthon

  • Oct. 31

    No costume is too outrageous for the largest Halloween street party in the world, West Hollywood’s Costume Carnaval

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