What did JoBlo discover at LA’s Haunted Hayride for The Boogeyman Home Video Release?

October is a thrilling month, especially during the rare occurrence of a Friday the 13th falling on Halloween. It makes the spooky season even more special. Personally, I love immersing myself in all things horror, and one of my favorite activities is visiting local haunts. Los Angeles, being a hub for horror enthusiasts, offers numerous terrifying events to choose from. However, the beauty of Halloween is that every city and town across America has its own haunted spots to explore. So, in the spirit of sharing, please leave your suggestions for haunting holiday discoveries in the comments below.

One such haunt to experience in Los Angeles is the famous Los Angeles Haunted Hayride in Griffith Park. Surprisingly, I had never been before, despite hearing rave reviews about it. As someone who has lived in the city for quite some time, I realized it was high time for me to venture into this chilling hayride to hell. Finally, thanks to the home video release of The Boogeyman, an eerie film, JoBlo decided to explore the exhilarating and spine-tingling LA Haunted Hayride. So, our host Ryan Cultrera (from Where It Was Made) and I headed out into the night, ready to embrace the scare-filled fun.

First and foremost, the location of the Los Angeles Haunted Hayride adds to its allure. With dense trees and the natural environment of Griffith Park, just walking towards the entrance sends a shiver down your spine. Once Ryan and I reached the eerie realm of nightmares, we immediately stumbled upon our first adventure: The Boogeyman photo booth experience. As a fan of the upcoming release, I couldn’t resist indulging in this interactive and enjoyable activity. It’s always thrilling to have a personalized experience connected to a movie, and the nightlight effect made it even cooler!

Next on our spooky agenda, we dove into the famed hayride itself, and it was so exhilarating that we couldn’t resist going twice. For those who haven’t experienced it, imagine being on an actual hayride that delivers spine-chilling scares from all sides. The ride under the haunting night sky adds an extra

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