A Delightfully Decorated Halloween Yard Haunt
Hollywood Gothique Says:
Wonderfully creepy in an old-fashioned Gothic way, the Haunt with No Name Yet is one of the best long-running Halloween Home Haunts in Los Angeles. Entering the premise is like entering a mystical realm, emphasizing mood instead of shocks. There is an overall sinister feel, with the layout of the corner house’s front yard nicely utilized to create the sense that you are approaching a dark and dreadful place. The tone is set at just the right pitch for a neighborhood yard display – effective and memorable but not too scary for trick-or-treaters.
19351 Hatteras Street
Tarzana, CA 91356
2022 Dates & Hours: October 28-31
Hours:6:30-10pm, 6:30-11pm on Friday & Saturday
The Haunt with No Name Yet Overview
In operation since 1996, the Haunt with No Name Yet is one of the oldest home haunts in Los Angeles. Located in a quiet, dark residential area, the Haunt With No Name Yet’s wide front yard of a corner lot is filled with shrubbery and trees that block the light, lending an extra touch of authentic atmosphere. The lighting scheme is low-key, and you will have a hard time taking photographs even with your night vision digital cameras. The decor consists of a stone gate, tombstones, ghosts floating from trees, fog, shrouded figures, and a myriad of imaginatively carved Jack-O’Lanterns. The tableau are mostly static, but there is a nice moving candle that seems to hover in the air above a stone sarcophagus. Even more impressive is the large upright crypt with a floating spirit inside.
In response to the 2020 Covid-19 pandemic, The Haunt With No Name Yet adjusted its layout to allow for easier social distancing. Guests did not pass through the familiar pillars and traverse the walkway to the front door, though the masked haunters were lurking there, and candy was not distributed. The following year returned to the familiar format, thought guests were still requested to wear masks.
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