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Reign of Terror Haunted House Special Event in March Announced

Reign of Terror Haunted House in Thousand Oaks has announced that it will be open Saturday night, March 4, 2017 for a special event benefiting local animal rescue charities in the Greater Los Angeles area.

Anyone familiar with the haunted attraction scene here in Southern California is certainly aware of Reign of Terror; it is one of the largest and most elaborate haunts in the United States. We often say that we’re lucky to have ROT in our own backyard here in Los Angeles, as it truly is a spectacle to experience and appreciate year after year.

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Reign of Terror Open for One Night in February – Benefits to Make-A-Wish Tri-Counties

Reign-of-TerrorHalloween 2015 is well in our rear view mirror now, and some of you are experiencing major haunt withdrawals. Reign of Terror in Thousand Oaks is here to help – and in turn, you have an opportunity to make a difference for kids in need through Make-A-Wish Tri-Counties.

Reign of Terror is one of the largest and most visually-stunning haunted attractions on the West Coast, and has long been a charitable contributor to multiple causes here in the Southland, where so many haunters and fans live, work, and play. Having this attraction open during the year on special occasions is a fantastic opportunity for enthusiasts and fellow haunters that may not have the chance to check it out during the Halloween season to come out and join in the fun for a few ghoulish hours.

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Reign of Terror Opens Friday the 13th to Fight Cancer

Reign-of-TerrorReign of Terror haunted attraction in Thousand Oaks, California, has announced that it will open its doors on Friday, February 13th this year for a very special cause – to help one of its own fight cancer. To be clear: this is a call to action for the entire haunt community here in Southern California (and beyond) to come together as a family and speak loudly with our hearts and wallets to help one of ROT’s team members and his family in this time of great financial and emotional need.

One of the most elaborate haunted attractions in the world, Reign of Terror is known throughout the Southern California haunt community not only for its legendary theming and immersive environments – it’s also admired for its generosity. What many in the general population may not be aware of, is that Reign of Terror donates 100% of its annual haunt profits to two local charities – The Young Artists Ensemble’s Conejo Theatre for Everyone Program, and The Thousand Oaks Teen Center. Over the past six years, Reign of Terror has donated nearly $90,000.00 to these organizations. On February 13th, ROT will focus its attention and financial might inward, for one of its own.

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REVIEW: Reign of Terror Haunted House 2013

IMG_3699Reign of Terror Haunted House is one of Southern California’s gems each Halloween season. ROT features mind-bending immersive environments that are worthy of any Travel Channel-style program, and has consistently improved each year, delivering movie-level scenes and top-notch scares at every turn.

What started out years ago as a home haunt endeavor has grown into one of the Southland’s must-see haunted attractions. The immediate and biggest challenge that Reign of Terror has, is that their location is in Thousand Oaks, which is a long drive for most folks unless you happen to live in that immediate part of the Valley. It’s a really long trek for fans living in the Inland Empire or Orange County. That said, if you’re planning a haunt bucket list, Reign of Terror needs to be on it, and you should plan on making a night of it. Our suggestion is to leave early, and check out some home haunts in the Valley nearby and then head over to the Janss Marketplace, where Reign of Terror is located, and hit that toward the end of the night. It takes some coordinated planning, but we assure you – it is worth the effort in every way, and must be part of your Halloween whistle stops!

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