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Hot Valley Nights Bring crowds to Valley Fright Nights”



The temperature is up in LA and even hotter in the Valley but that hasn’t stopped the crowds from lining up for the haunted houses at Valley Fright Nights the first ever summer horror event. This event Covers over 100,000 square feet of land at Pierce College in Woodland Hills, CA – Valley Fright Nights – Entertainment for the horror thrill seekers from all over, as well as people looking for something fun to do on a summer night. The event showcases three massive, haunted houses, multiple scare zones, food trucks, and fun photo opportunities. Valley Fright Nights has three distinct scary events, One is a 3D KILLER CLOWN HOUSE, not only will you need to survive the wrath of crazy clown killers but try doing it in 3D. Yes, that’s right- the first ever 3D Haunted House experience. It is a fully immersive 3D clown Maze thrill filled with blood tears, and fears. The second is THE HOUSE OF HORROR, many visit the House of Horror and few make it out. Behind every door, every corner, every turn—horror awaits. Evil is all around and the scariest of them all is the CAVE OF DARKNESS, A Haunted House filled with zombies, death, and terror around every corner. Find your way through the darkness of fun.

This is the first year of hopefully many more to come of the Valley Fright Nights which came about after the two owners, Danny and Darryl (best friends) spent the last seven years coordinating and building small house haunts, in the San Fernando Valley. What started as small sets on their front porch, then grew to the front lawn and backyard, and ultimately- turned their entire house into a full haunted house for the whole community. Hundreds and hundreds of kids and neighbors would come year after year to experience and enjoy what they created and were always eager to see the new theme for the year. Their passion for creating theses haunts, and watching the excitement and fun the community had, is what drove them to take things to the next level. The owners recognized there was a need for something fun, new, and exciting to do in the summer. They combined their passion for the horror genre, and the goal to provide summer night entertainment to create their inaugural event Valley Fright Nights.

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