Paranoia Haunted Attraction 2012

Paranoia Haunted Attraction flierThis haunted attraction makes it debut in Santa Monica for Halloween 2012. It features three mazes: The Infirmary, Insomniac Clown Playhouse, and Granny's Manor of Mayhem, the later of which incorporates elements from the defunct Molar Manor.

Location: Santa Monica Place Mall, 2nd Level, 315 Santa Monica Place Santa Monica, CA 90401 (310) 394-5451

2012 Dates: September 28-30; October 4-7, 11-14, 18-21, 25-28, 30 & 31.

2012 Hours:

  • 7pm to 1am on Thursdays & Sundays (last ticket sold at midnight).
  • 7pm to 2am on Fridays & Saturdays (last ticket sold at 1am.

2012 Tickets (price includes unlimited maze access all night):

  • General Admission: $24
  • Student Admission: $19 (must show valid student I.D.)
  • VIP Fast Pass: $39
  • Month Pass: $69
  • VIP Month Fast Pass: $99

Group discounts available. Contact groupsales@ParanoiaHalloween.com for more information.

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Read more from the press release:

LA’s premier event producers are back with an ALL-NEW, bone-chilling Halloween experience, “Paranoia” Haunted Attraction. For the first time ever, Santa Monica will play host to it’s very own Halloween experience at the City’s top tourist and shopping destination. During the month of October, the third floor of Santa Monica Place will be transformed into a hair-raising haunted attraction where the un-dead will possess three uniquely terrorizing mazes: “The Infirmary,” “Insomniac Clown Playhouse” and “Granny’s Manor of Mayhem.” The attraction, aimed to rival the feared Queen Mary and Universal Studios, will have fear seekers screaming for more. Spectators can also enjoy food and merchandise vendors throughout the night to compliment the main attraction, which will consume 50,000 square feet of deathly horrifying space.

Long time nightlife and event producers, Deep Lifestyle Group, are branching off into the eerie world of Halloween haunted attractions. Bringing on the twisted mind of Matthew Gavin, consultant of Shipwreck at the Queen Mary and major motion picture set designer for works such as "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," and the genius designs of haunt expert Denise Larson, this bloodcurdling haunt will take the entire Westside by storm.

Not recommended for children under 12.