Halloween is fast approaching and Bay Area residents are seeking fun activities to celebrate the occasion. While San Francisco still enjoys its lively Halloween block party down in the Castro District, there are other less crowded activities to enjoy such as visiting a haunted graveyard.
Black cats are often a spook of Halloween but there’s nothing scary about your pet. If you want to celebrate Halloween with your pet, there are a few options in San Francisco that both of you can enjoy. Dress up as a duo to win prizes and raise funds for important animal welfare causes.
Christmas has its carols, but Halloween? Well, it’s a little tougher to find songs dedicated strictly to the holiday. Sure, “Monster Mash” is a classic, but it’s also…
It’s almost Halloween. Do you want to scream? Do you want to be scared out of your shoes? If going to the ‘haunted pumpkin patch’ with the little munchkins is not what you had in mind to get your blood racing and your heart skipping, the following places are sure to make the hair on your back do flips and your eyes bulge from their sockets.
Fans of CSI can get a first-hand look at how crime scene investigations are really carried out during a pre-Halloween open house at the San Mateo County forensics lab.
Ever since AMC’s hit series The Walking Dead took the world by storm on Halloween of 2010, zombies have been catching up with vampires as the creepy threat that have crossed over from horror conventions […]
Ghosts and hauntings happen year round, but chills seem more delicious during the season of witches, goblins and ghosts. This fall, you can find sites full of scares in your own back yard.
As darkness falls and masked goblins & superheroes fall into the time-honored tradition of door-to-door scavenging for candy, Zillow.com has earmarked as the best places to Trick-or-Treat…
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Take a trip to Transylvania and visit the legendary Castle Bran, or as you may know it, Dracula’s Castle.