Where Are You Getting Your Scares this Month?

Where are you going to get bone-chilling thrill this Halloween month? If you don't know quite yet, we're here to give you some ideas.Los Angeles and the SoCal area are home to more than a few fright night parks, offering a variety of places for everyone to take part in the Halloween festivities. We've put together a quick list for you to start planning your October!universalUniversal Studios Halloween Horror NightsThe production of Universal's Halloween Horror Nights is world famous, making it a must-attend event. This year's event features American Horror Story, The Exorcist, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Freddy vs Jason, Halloween, The Walking Dead, and Krampus.queen-marysQueen Mary's Dark HarborOne of the more unique attractions is the Queen Mary in Long Beach - mazes, monsters, and Halloween entertainment can be found on board the and in the at the nearby dock.knottsKnott's Scary FarmRunning for over 40 years, Knott's Scary Farm features mazes, shows, Halloween-themed "scare zones" and over 1000 monsters roaming throughout the park. During the daytime hours Camp Snoopy becomes Camp Spooky, giving the kids an opportunity to take part before the real scares begin.six-flagsMagic Mountain Fright FestIf you like Halloween but the rides give you more thrills, Six Flags Magic Mountain's Fright Fest is the place to be. Magic Mountain will be transformed into a spooky playground but the rides will still be the main attraction.