Monthly Archives: October 2013

Mourning Rose Manor Home Haunt 2013

IMG_6111As we rolled up to our first serious yard display of the Halloween season – Mourning Rose Manor in Simi Valley – I was suddenly overcome by an anxious feeling welling up from my gut. Not a bad feeling – but rather, that magical wonderment that I felt each season when houses were decorated nicely, be it for Halloween or Christmas. Nothing makes me feel like a kid again more than the holidays when people take the time and make an effort to set up a display in their yard for everyone to enjoy!

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TPA’s Autumn Nights to Invade Sinister Pointe

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On Sunday night October 13th, TPAers will gather for their monthly social mixer at Trader Sam’s Enchanted Tiki Bar at the Disneyland Resort, followed by an exclusive lights-on tour of one of Southern California’s most spectacular haunted attractions, Sinister Pointe!

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REVIEW: Halloween Horror Nights Hollywood 2013

In the battle of Southern California Halloween event giants, the dominant force in the Los Angeles region is Universal Studios Hollywood’s Halloween Horror Nights. Headed up by John Murdy and Chris Williams, HHN has become a smash success that is known for its movie-quality sets and maze design, along with incredible make-up and hot intellectual properties that the company wrangles each season including The Walking Dead and Insidious in 2013!

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REVIEW: Scaredown Haunted Attractions 2013

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Waynesville, Ohio is a picturesque town north of Cincinnati, but with a paranormal past. It is known as “The Most Haunted City in Ohio” and included in those claims are the stories of “The Devil House”.

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The Purge: Fear the Night Addresses Rough Start

photoOne of the most talked about haunts of 2012 was the Blumhouse of Horrors in Los Angeles, California. When producer Jason Blum elaborated on The Purge: Fear The Night to a standing-room only crowd during ScareLA this summer, fans went nuts over the news. However, a less than stellar start to the new venture last week brought operations to a halt and put the production team into a stunning damage control/reconfiguration process that is nothing short of incredible. Theme Park Adventure was asked to visit and access the newly-reworked production on the night of October 3rd and has come away with some very clear knowledge, information and observations that we want to share with our readers.

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