Drive Through This Halloween ‘Immersive Installation' in Woodland Hills | NBCLA

Hauntoween LA will deliver October style thrills to in-car families, with “immersive installations” and a pumpkin to take home. As seen on Today in LA on Friday, Oct. 9, 2020.
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  1. thegrandfinale2

    thegrandfinale2

    7 天 前

    Órale

  2. ATF's

    ATF's

    8 天 前

    This is awesome, I do hope people go to support their community.

  3. Patrick Martinez

    Patrick Martinez

    8 天 前

    70$ that to rich for my blood. So people are going to pack their cars with 7 people 🤔.

  4. Elf man

    Elf man

    8 天 前

    Quarantine-O-Ween? Really guys?

  5. Cameronian Sconian

    Cameronian Sconian

    8 天 前

    The most amazing Halloween venue I’ve seen. So cute. Awesome. :-)

  6. Cor Tana

    Cor Tana

    9 天 前

    Isn't this a holiday for Satanic Worship?

    • Cameronian Sconian

      Cameronian Sconian

      8 天 前

      Halloween actually celebrates fall. It celebrates the end of the harvest. It came from the pagans thousands of years ago. It does not celebrate Satan. No matter what the media tells you or what Hollywood tells you. I would also encourage you to look into El Día de los Muertos. It’s a celebration of the life of those who have passed. Surely you know this

  7. Ariel Flores

    Ariel Flores

    9 天 前

    Are you guys the ones that do candy cane lane too? If soo thank you.

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