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Halloween time in LA - It Started In LA
It’s the week before Halloween and it’s gripping LA. For most of October shops have been selling Halloween “cookies”, decorating kits to make-your-own cookies, decorations, purple-orange-and-black themed stuff, eyeballs and everything you could possibly imagine in between. Then there’s the transformation of the theme parks. What to do in LA during Halloween Disneyland decorates the park in Halloween orange and the Haunted House at California Adventure takes on a different dimension. Knott’s Berry Farm turns into Knott’s Scary Farm and Universal Studios does Halloween Horror Nights where they turn the park into an episode of your worst nightmare. Universal Studios does it the best–as it should, it’s a movie studio. Unfortunately you’ll have to experience this one yourself because I don’t think there’s any way this LA Blogger is going to be able to endure a night of horror. Despite knowing it’s not real the combination of the dark and the real live actors walking around actually scaring you (it’s their job!) makes it all too real. And then Six Flags (Magic Mountain) does Fright Fest. I’m not quite sure how Halloween became so big here but it is bigger than big and despite all the spooky stuff …