3 Ways Stars Are Scaring the Crap Out of Themselves Before Halloween

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Don't you just love Halloween season? It's a time to stock up on all things pumpkin, sip PSLs, pick out costumes that will knock everyone dead and of course, really scare yourself at the creepy haunted houses and attractions set up around your city.

A ton of celebs in Los Angeles have been getting into the spirit of Halloween at some of the scariest places in town, with stars like Adrienne Bailon, Ashley Greene, Ashley Benson and more getting their spook on in La La Land and beyond.

Take a peek at 3 ways stars are scaring the crap out of themselves before Halloween hits!

Los Angeles Haunted Hayride: Aside from the several attractions set up at the (already scary at night by itself) Griffith Park in Los Angeles, like the Boogey-Man's House of Shadows, the Haunted Hayride is the main attraction at his Halloween staple. During the VIP Black Carpet opening night earlier this month, celebs like Adrienne, Peyton List and Frankie Grande took a spin on the Hayride, where all sorts of ghouls pop out from the darkness and make hay riders scream during the 30-minute ride.
Knott's Scary Farm Black CarpetKnott's Scary Farm: Celebrities flock here to take a walk through mazes, thrill rides and scare zones, including the CarnEVIL freak show, Pinocchio Unstrung maze and Supreme Scream ride. Among many other things, there's also a knightly Elvira's Asylum show where guests are treated to comedy, music and dance. Basically, Knott's has it all, from the super scary to attractions you can go to when you need to calm down a bit. Rita Ora and Vanessa Hudgens (we need her 'I'm just here for the boos shirt) were just two of the stars on hand for opening night.

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Universal Studios' Halloween Horror Nights: Celebs like Twilight alum Ashley Greene and Disney star Olivia Holt have headed to this famed Halloween hot spot for some serious scares. There are six mazes here, including the Walking Dead, The Purge and Insidious mazes (which you might imagine are beyond terrifying), and the Terrifying Tram, where guests hop on a tram and head out into the streets during The Purge night. And lest we not forget the Scare Zones, where in the Exterminator Zone, for example, mutated half man/half pests, chase you.

Anyone else really creeped out yet?


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