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Summer Fun — Anne Kihagi Suggests Visiting a Haunted House
One popular fall activity is to visit a haunted house. These attractions are often not for the faint of heart, especiallyonesthat utilize high-tech special effects. The state of California is home to many haunted houses. Anne Kihagi will highlight three of them below.
The Ultimate Terror Scream Park in Sacramento runs from September 27 — November 2. It was featured on Fox News, ABC, and CBS and named the “Best in the West” by Forbes. The park features three haunted attractions: The Bride, Screech Ward, and Morbid Manor. You can enjoy all the Scream Park has to offer for general admission at 29.99, with fast passes available for $39.99. There is free, on-site parking so you can get the most of your scare experience.
Thousand Oaks is home to the Reign of Terror Haunted House. Voted the best walk-through haunt attraction in Southern California, it offers nine interconnectedattractions, each with a different theme. The attractions include Miner’s Revenge, The Asylum, Containment, and the Haunted House. It opens to the public on September 28 and runs through November 2. Regular admission starts at $17, with VIP express admission starting at $30. For families with young kids, the attraction offers lights on tours on select dates, with free admission for parents with kids under 12.
Coffin Creek in Corona has a unique historical story. Southern California experienced two weeks of heavy rain in 1938, causing severe flooding. Thirteen coffins were found floating in a creek in a wooded area in Corona, earning the name Coffin Creek. It has five different attractions, along with the Dark Shadow Market Place. You can purchase tickets to one attraction for $15 or a combo ticket for $45. A fast pass combo ticket is $65.
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