Los Angeles Haunted Hayride to Return October 2015 with Tickets Available Starting on Tuesday, July 21
Ten Thirty One Productions (TTO), the worldwide leader in producing live horror attractions, returns this October for the seventh year with Los Angeles Haunted Hayride and its most haunting experience to date, BOOGEYMAN. Located at Griffith Park’s Old Abandoned Zoo, this never-before-seen experience will feature an entirely new ride and new scare zones. Get thrown into unexpected claustrophobic spaces, endless darkness and interact with characters that are only supposed to exist in nightmares. Just when the ride can’t get any scarier, “Here Comes the Boogeyman.”
“We organically started to notice that regardless of where you go in the world, each culture has their own version of a Boogeyman,” says CEO of TTO Melissa Carbone. “It’s an intriguing unifying characteristic in the way we experience fear. This notion is the overarching theme to an extraordinary ride that will allow hayriders to meet the Boogeymen of the world…and there are some vicious Boogeymen out there.”
The Los Angeles Haunted Hayride continually creates unparalleled experiences with new characters, new sets and a whole new feel from past hayrides. This year, the entire hayride trail has never been seen as parent company, Ten Thirty One Productions, has built a brand new trail from the ground up. Five Scare Zones will return with brand new zones: Trick Or Treat, House Of Shadows, and the mega hit, In-Between Dark Maze with an all-new twist. Purgatory will feature crowd favorites, Theatre Macabre, Death Row, Jack’s Carving Shack, Scary-Go-Round, Psychics, Grub Shack, Bootique and some of the best character performances in the country. Get on the darkest, scariest and most haunting experience to date, Los Angeles Haunted Hayride, BOOGEYMAN.
TTO will also bring the most popular Halloween attraction in the country to New York City this October, New York Haunted Hayride,for the first time ever.