The world of the Hallowed Haunting Grounds has lost another beautiful soul. Florence Corb, went to join her husband Morty, whom we know will be playing their song. She passed away at Labor Day after 97 amazing years. We will miss her style, her smile, the twinkle in her eye, and the energy that she gave us, both through her awesome food and the sheer force of her life. Rest peacefully Flornie, you well earned it.
The world now has sufficient bandwidth for us to be comfortable posting our 2004 Haunt Video in full-resolution mpeg-2. If you had not previously purchased the dvd version, your wait (except for the half-gigabyte download) is over. Enjoy!
In our retirement we continue to enjoy the opportunity to travel to see many of the other haunting efforts in our area. We are posting our tour reports Beyond the Hallowed Haunting Grounds. The first to be public was for 2010 followed by our 2008 tour.
We are pleased to refer you to the fine reviews of Los Angeles area Halloween attractions by Steve Biodrowski at Hollywood Gothique. He has posted detailed reviews and videos of many of our favorite haunts and others in the Los Angeles area. Previously posted is a nice article on haunts past, which includes many of our favorite events and some we are sad to have missed.
For thirty-three years, during the Halloween season, there appeared at a home in Studio City, California a display of mysterious illusions. It was known as the Hallowed Haunting Grounds. Hundreds of very appreciated visitors made seeing the display a part of their annual traditions.
It is very sad that all things must pass, and this Halloween display was no exception. With extreme gratitude to neighbors for their patience, friends for their support, and families for their understanding, the hosts of the show moved on to other endeavors.
This web-site, HauntingGrounds.org, is being maintained by the show hosts for historical and correspondence purposes. Please feel free to contact us at the e-mail address below. Particularly appreciated is informaton about any available video or film of the show, or any images of the oldest displays.