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Strobe lights. Fog. Serial killers. Screams. God damn, I love Halloween. Not only do I love dressing up in costume, eating lots of candy and carving out Jack-O-Lanterns, I love all the frightening fun Halloween entails. And for me the pinnacle of spooky good times always involves a haunted house.

But there’s a problem. I’ve been to Knott’s Scary Farm and Halloween Horror Nights so many times that they have lost the element of surprise. And the element of surprise is key to getting your pants scared off. And I know there are lots of great haunted houses in the Valley, but I am a Westside girl who hates to drive. I pretty much avoid the valley at all costs— even my love of a good scare can’t get me there.

The good news for me, and all you other ghoul-loving Westsiders, is that on the corner of National and Overland Ave (Culver City/Palms area) there is a new haunted house that goes by the name of Creepy Hollow. It’s a mom-and-pop operation set up in the building that formerly belonged to Blockbuster. Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for children. And parking is very easy.

Find out more about Creepy Hollow after the jump!