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Halloween Haunt Scares Visitors at California's Great America

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    Halloween Haunt Scares Visitors at California's Great America

    Halloween festivities have started at California’s Great America, as make-up artists prepare actors for the Zombie Maze Saturday evening. Michelle Roberts reports. (Published Saturday, Oct. 31, 2015)

    Halloween festivities have started at California’s Great America, as make-up artists prepare actors for the Zombie Maze Saturday afternoon.

    This year, there will be six haunted mazes including: Dia De Los Muertos, CarnEvil, CornStalkers, Madame Marie’s Massacre Manor, Zombie High and Toy Factory.

    Halloween Haunt at Great America started on September 26 on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays and is open till November 1.

    For the young ones, there was a bubble foam pit, pumpkin decorating area, a Snoopy show and other special events.

    Parents like Antoinette Bush are being extra cautious this Halloween to ensure their kids have a fun and safe evening.

    “We make sure to have glow sticks,” Bush said. “When we get the candy, we look for holes and make sure it’s safe to eat. I let the kids have fun.”

    Tickets can be found online at www.cagreatamerica.com/haunt with free admission for 2014 and 2015 Gold Pass holders. Halloween Haunt is intended for guests 13 and older.

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