Eye on L.A. looks at spooky Halloween fun around SoCal

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With Halloween just around the corner we have all kinds of spooky good fun for you to check out!

With Halloween just around the corner we have all kinds of spooky good fun for you to check out! We found a few places that will inspire your costume selection, spots for hair-raising fun, and of course, we found great places to eat hauntingly good food.

Beverly Hills Witch's House

Once a movie set for the Willis Studios in the 1920s, this peculiar privately-owned witch's house in Beverly Hills definitely turns heads. After almost a decade of renovations some might believe this house came from a story book. With many visitors on a daily basis, Halloween is its biggest night with almost 4,000 trick-or-treaters. If you love Halloween, you have to check out this house!
The Witch's House
516 Walden Dr.
Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Guillermo Del Toro: At Home with Monsters
Don't miss LACMA's exhibit "Guillermo Del Toro: At Home with Monsters" which is every horror film lovers dream. You'll get a glimpse into the Mexican filmmaker's personal possessions like a life-size statue of his infamous Pale Man from "Pan's Labyrinth," personal book collections, and hand drawings and doodles that will give you the creeps. Be sure to check out his work before November 27th.

The Science Behind Pixar
The Science behind Pixar exhibit at the California Science Center show you how they bring your favorite Pixar characters like Nemo, Buzz Lightyear, and Wall-e to life, and you might get some inspiration for your Halloween costume while you're there. The exhibit shows you how they make that Pixar movie magic, and the whole family will love it!

Year of Fear Calendar
Sexy and scary make a perfect match in the 2017 "Year of Fear" calendar featuring your favorite nightmare hunks like Freddie Krueger, Michael Myers, and many others. L.A.-based director/photographer Ama Lea created a racy Halloween calendar for female fans to scream about all year long. Head over to the release party coming up on November 4, 2016, at the Bearded Lady Mystic Museum in Burbank, to meet the models, buy the calendar and see other works by local artists.

The Hex Room
Haunted fun comes to life when you and your friends are locked in the horror film-themed Hex Room at Cross Roads Escape Games in Anaheim. It requires your group to solve puzzles and find clues before the clock runs out, and before the science experiment gets you!

Knott's Scary Farm
Celebrating its 44th season, Knott's Scary Farm is the perfect place to be scared with 13 haunted attractions, spook-tacular food, and a performance by the Mistress of Darkness herself, Elvira! Knott's has new mazes to scare the heebie-jeebies out of you, and if that's not enough, riding roller coasters in the dark will do it.

Gracias Madre
The Day of the Dead is right around the corner and this Mexican vegan restaurant is serving up something special! Gracias Madre has a 3-day exclusive menu from October 30 to November 2, 2016, with pumpkin-filled empanadas, a hot chocolate special, and a homemade horchata based cocktail. And make sure to bring letters celebrating your loved ones who've passed to put on their Day of the Dead altar.

Clifton's Haunted Forest
Clifton's is a must-do for Halloween this season, with the only pumpkin patch in downtown's historic core. They'll also feature a blood-curdling interactive insane asylum theatre troupe, and you can always count on spine-chilling good food and "spirits."

Maize Pumpkin Patch at Limoneira Ranch
If you're looking for a fun-filled, all day outdoor adventure for the family, the Pumpkin Patch at Limoneira Ranch is just the place. They have a five-acre corn maze, pony rides, a pumpkin chucker, face painting and so much more! They even have pumpkins in every size for you to purchase and take home to carve. This is your Halloween family fun one-stop-shop.

Pumpkin Giveaway by Southern California Helpful Honda Dealers
The Southern California Helpful Honda Dealers are trying to get communities pumped..kins! Throughout October, they're celebrating Hondaween at 24 random pumpkin patches. The goal is to surprise communities with coupons for free pumpkins, so be sure to keep your eye out for the blue shirts.

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