Murder House Productions

Excellent Home Haunt Turned Pro
4.5

Hollywood Gothique Says:

Murder House Productions used to craft amateur Halloween Home Haunts with high quality production values and scares, mixing a dark ride approach with amazing sets. After losing their location, they switched to professional haunting; their first full-fledged solo effort being Ghosted: Reply or Die.

2525 W. Washington Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90018
facebook.com/MHPHAUNT

2022 Dates:  October 1-2, 7-9, 14,16, 21-24, 28-30. Note: Opening weekend has been pushed back to October 7.

Hours: 8-11pm (last entry at 11pm).

Update: This Halloween’s pro-haunt is Ghosted: Reply or Die, described as a fast-paced, three-five minute walkthrough with jump scares, loud noises, strobe lights, fog effects, and complete darkness, which may be too intense for some guests.


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For five years, Murder House Productions offered an amazing home haunt walk-through loaded with great characters and enhanced by setting worthy of a pro haunt. Restricted only by the spacial limitations of a home haunt, Murder House was well worth the drive to Thousand Oaks – an absolute haunt-seeker’s must-see.

Murder House Productions kept its presentation fresh by switching themes theme from year to year: Trick ‘r Treat in 2017, Resurrection in 2018, Wendigo in 2019.

Murder House Productions did not present a home haunt in October or 2020. Instead, they provided an immersive cemetery experience for the opening weekend of SugarMynt Gallery’s Haunted Haddonfield exhibit on September 12-13, then moved the setup to their own neighborhood for a one-night-only haunt on September 16. This served as a sort of farewell bow to their old location, which was about to be sold.

The year after losing their home haunt location, Murder House Productions went on to produce or contribute to other events, such as the Halloween walk-through at Universal Studios Hollywood and Shook, a collaboration with Twisted Haunts, which took place in the Arlington Heights district of Los Angeles during June in celebration of Pride Month. Also that year, Murder House lent their location to be used for The Clown Academy, an interactive walk-through haunt.


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