San Diego can be a pretty scary place in October. It is home to many spine chilling Halloween attractions that are sure to keep you up at night, and even some places that are actually documented as being haunted.
Yes, San Diego is mostly known for Shamu and great weather, but few know about the many ghost stories that surround this historic city. Keep reading to learn about some spooky Halloween events and some true stories about actual haunted places in San Diego.
Horror movies rule this years Haunted Hotel. Enter the infected hive of "Resident Evil." relive the twisted mind games of "Saw," fun from flesh hungry zombies from "Land of the Dead," or find yourself encased in a "House of Wax." Experience the terror of these and many more of your favorite horror movies.
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Located in the world famous Balboa Park, 93.3 presents the Haunted Trail. San Diego's only all outdoor haunted attraction.
The Haunted Trail is a stroll through the park you will never forget.
The horror of fairy tales comes to life at the Haunted Trail of Balboa Park. When the brothers Grimm wrote these fairy tales, they surely were not expecting these to be children's sotries. True to form they are still not for children or the faint of heart. Experience outdoor terror that is simply too big to house indoors.
Real Haunted Places in San Diego
The Whaley House
El Campo Cemetery
October is always the best time to experience these phenomenoms, and events like Scream Zone at the Del Mar Fairgrounds should not be missed.
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Have a safe and happy Halloween!