Celebrities, sponsors and those looking for a good scare flocked to the “Premiere Night” of the 2nd Annual Los Angeles Haunted Hayride on Sunday. Tucked away in the woods of Griffith Park’s Old Zoo, one of Southern California’s most haunted spots, Angelenos escaped city life for a night and enjoyed the “Carnival of Souls,” the “Haunted Haymaze” and the main attraction, “The Haunted Hay Ride.”
The attraction will be open throughout the month of October and was put together by Thirty One Productions, a company that spreads the word on Animal and Wildlife Preservation, as well as Environmental Conservation.
Actors and musicians were spotted on the black carpet. Pictured below is Zack Silva of the TV Show “Terriers” on FX Networks. We also spotted Gabriel Jarret, who was in the film Frost/Nixon.
|Zack Silva of “Terriers” on FX|
If you’re wondering whether the hay ride was scary, the answer is yes. When we piled into the hay covered flatbed, we heard grown men scream like little girls and we saw women switch seating positions mid-ride to escape ghoulish characters. Even we yelled a handful of times (and we don’t scare easily).
We’re not going to spoil the ride for you by telling you what we saw. Just know it was fun and frightful. You’ll have to check it out for yourself but heed the ride’s warning.
The ride’s disclaimer reads:
“The Hayride is not recommended for children under 8 years of age. It is a high scare, high startle content experience. The Hayride is not recommended for people with heart or back problems, pregnant women, people prone to seizures or anyone who has an affliction that is made worse by fear, anxiety or flashing lights. Also, this ride is not recommended for anyone with health issues that can be made worse or aggravated by riding this ride. RIDE AT YOUR OWN RISK.”
Some think that orbs are simply dust particles captured on film. Here’s what GhostStudy.com says:
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