It’s Halloween! It’s hard to narrow down all the fun and exciting things going on in the Bay Area, but we have attempted to do it for you. Here are our Top Picks for things to do for Halloween weekend!
It’s the weekend before Halloween and our here are our Top Picks for trick or treating, parties, ghost walks and tours, and more!
It’s the third weekend in October and there are plenty of fun activities happening. Here are our Top Picks!
A new California and North American record is set at the Half Moon Bay World Championship Pumpkin Weigh-Off. John Hawkley of Napa takes it all with a gargantuan 2,058 lb pumpkin!
The producer of Fear Overload Scream Park’s producer gives insight into San Leandro haunt.
It’s the second weekend in October and fun fall events are happening all over the Bay Area. Here are our Top Picks of things to do!
October opens with festivals, movies, and theater in celebration of the scariest of months! Here are our Top Picks for things to do this first weekend in October.
Is it a zombie? Is it a Chia Pet? Just in time for your Halloween decorating, it's both. Here come the Chia Zombies.
The producer of Scream Park California tells you what awaits you at Sacramento’s location.
The small town of Moss Beach is home to big scares, thanks to the Haunted House of Moss Beach.
A new haunt has rolled in to Oakland. ScareCo Haunted Attraction presents Platform 13 at the 16th Street Station.
The Bram Stoker Festival may not be in the Bay Area, but our roaming correspondent will make you want to take a trip to the Emerald Isle.
A television show based on the movie “Scream” is coming to MTV!
A movie about the Winchester Mystery House is scheduled for release in 2015. It will be the first ever shot inside the “house built for the spirits!”
All things Halloween can be found at Pastorino Farms Pumpkin Patch in Half Moon Bay.
Pumpkins take a backseat to the attractions at Arata’s Pumpkin Farm in Half Moon Bay.
The pumpkins are plentiful at Rodoni Farms, just north of Santa Cruz.
ScareCo invades the Historic 16th Street Station in Oakland.
Blind Scream Haunted Houses in Rohnert Park has three attractions to scare you this October.
Grandma's Pumpkin Patch in Healdsburg offers a country atmosphere, beautiful scenery, and cute animals.
Pirates of Emerson in Pleasanton offers a compound of fun and scares, including six haunted walk-through attractions!
Look no further than Muelrath Ranches in Santa Rosa for your sincere pumpkin patch experience.
Fisherman’s Wharf offers visitors a unique view of San Francisco’s past, courtesy of The Dungeon.
Clayton Valley Pumpkin Farm is a must-stop pumpkin patch in the greater Clayton area.
Pumpkins take a backseat to the myriad activities available at Dell'Osso Farm Pumpkin Maze in Lathrop.
Four acres of pumpkins await you at Perry's Family Pumpkin Patch at Ardenwood.
Shadelands Ranch Pumpkin Patch offers a little pumpkin oasis in Walnut Creek.
The Pumpkin Gutter - In a world full of gimmicky products that don't work, here's a product that looks like a gimmick but isn't.
Is your pumpkin tired of languishing on the ground? Elevate its spirit with the Floating Pumpkin Hanger.
Curbed SF created a nice map of Hitchcock's Northern California film locations.
Need some atmosphere for your haunt or Halloween display? Try some cool owl sounds from The Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
It's time to enter the Bridgford Halloween Photo Contest. So go snap some scary dough!
Dressing up your pet for Halloween is fun but could it be more fun? Yes, yes it can!
Three local pumpkin patches made Yahoo's national list of The Pumpkin Patches You Need to Visit This Fall.
Remember the last time you thought about Pumpkin Spice Oreos, neither do I, but thankfully Brinton Parker at Popsugar has been pondering them for us!
Get ready to lockdown your October. Zak Pagans, Nick Groff and Aaron Goodwin – the seasoned experts who have become synonymous with paranormal investigations – return for a brand-new season of Travel Channel's "Ghost Adventures" on Saturday, October 4 at 9:00 pm.
MAC & movie makeup artist Rick Baker have teamed up to offer three unique collections of makeup this Halloween. Transform yourself into the "Bride", "Day of Dead", or "Zombie" designed by and with instructions by Rick Baker.
Looking for a last minute electronic Halloween progject? Try, Five Arduino Tutorials For The Ultimate High Tech Haunted House.
Here's a fun Halloween prank to play on your loved ones.
Must haunted houses be tasteful? Rob Zombie's Gacy room sounds like great fun!
Officially, the largest pumpkin ever grown weighed 2,096.6 pounds! This record was set in September 2014 by Swiss grower Beni Meier at a weigh-off in Mainz, Germany. UPDATE: Beni beat his own record a week later on October 5th, with a 953.5 kg (2,101.67 lbs) pumpkin and yet again on October 12th with a 1054 kg (2,323 lbs) pumpkin! If you have to lose your title so quickly it's best that you beat yourself!
Hoax? Who cares, there are three boobs!
One man's disgusting is a kid's awesome... Top 8 Most Disgusting Halloween Candy Treats You Shouldn't Buy in 2014
Covering your body got a little easier with Spirit Spray: even, flawless, face and body makeup is now just a spray away.
Ladyada.net has a nice tutorial on how to make your own electronic Scary Pumpkin. A great tut that can be applied to any Halloween prop you happen to have handy.