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By: Kimberly Martinez

            The Los Angeles Haunted Hayride is darker and more disturbing than ever. This year’s hayride is a totally new design that involves you choosing a path to. The path you choice will determine the type of experiences you will have. As your wagon moves you will encounter evil, power and more that will help you understand that Halloween doesn’t only consist of costumes and candy.

At one point you will be forced off the wagon and will encounter a dark maze in a reimaged colossally possessed demonic house reminiscent of the movie Ouija Origin of Evil. SGHS senior Nancy Lanuza states, “I’m very excited to attend with my friends on as long as we get a good deal on the tickets”. While you travel through the path and encounter different evils you will then be allowed to go door to door to trick or treat. On this “haunted hayride” you can step inside a murder scene, experience Death Row, carve a pumpkin at Jack’s Carving Shack, witness a fascinating light show, and even visit a psychic.