Creep Los Angeles – One of the scariest haunt attractions in LA

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If you’re going to the traditional haunted attractions like Knott’s Scary Farm or Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights for your scares, I recommend ditching those for something creepier. Let’s face it, walking into a maze with dozens of strangers in front of and behind you isn’t scary. Jump scares are cheap and you usually don’t get enough time to absorb the world around you to feel spooked. Enter the new era of scares called the interactive haunted attractions.

Delusion and the Purge were one of the firsts to deliver these types of scares. Instead of waiting in a long line and having just lines of people walking through the maze like a conveyor belt, you get a designated time with a small group of friends, usually with a maximum of 12 people. These experiences usually last around 30 minutes, and you are guided from one scary room to the next as you witness the story being told by live actors.

Creep Los Angeles is a new interactive haunted attraction, similar to Delusion, and it’s going to open to the public starting Friday, October 9th. Delusion may have the better production, but Creep LA actually has better scares. Instead of being in a group of 12, I was in a group of 4. Regularly it’s 6 but the 2 other individuals weren’t there. The smaller the group, the scarier it gets. You’ll be crawling and participating in different activities, and sometimes you’ll be the leader of the group as you try to find a way out. There were times when I insisted that others in my group go before me. That’s how creeped out I was.

If you want to try a different and new scary experience, Creep Los Angeles is highly recommended. It’s one of the closest things to feeling like you’re in a horror movie… without it being real.

The experience should last you around 20 to 30 minutes.

ONLINE TICKETS: $25 (OCT. 1ST – OCT. 31ST)

DOOR TICKETS: $30 (OCT. 9TH – OCT. 31ST)

To get tickets. visit here.

INSPIRED BY THESE WORDS FROM RENOWNED WRITER WALTER JON WILLIAMS AND SET IN AN ABANDONED WAREHOUSE IN THE ARTS DISTRICT OF DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES, CREEPLA PROVIDES A FULLY IMMERSIVE AND INTERACTIVE HAUNT EXPERIENCE. PRODUCED BY A GROUP OF THEATRICAL ARTISTS, CREEPLA SETS ITSELF APART BY PROVIDING A SCARE UNLIKE ANY OTHER THAT LEAVES ITS GUESTS FEARFUL LONG AFTER THEIR VISIT ENDS.

JOIN US IN THE DARK.

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