What’s That Ghostly Glow in Griffith Park? It’s Boney Island

What’s That Ghostly Glow in Griffith Park? It’s Boney Island

What’s That Ghostly Glow in Griffith Park? It is Boney Island

It’s again! Boney Island, the wacky Halloween carnival that thrilled children of all ages for almost twenty years in Sherman Oaks, returned final night time—at a brand new location in Griffith Park.

Former Simpsons producer Rick Polizzi began the attraction virtually 20 years in the past as an amusement for his younger kids and it developed into a serious vacationer attraction, drawing tens of hundreds of fun-loving Halloween followers to his entrance yard in Sherman Oaks.

Rick Polizzi and crew put the ending touches on Boney Island

{Photograph} by Chris Nichols

Hauntington Gardens at Boney Island

Photograph by Chris Nichols

After a yr hiatus, Polizzi reassembled his artistic staff, which incorporates theme-loving designers from Disney and Common, to create an even bigger and higher model subsequent to Journey City in Griffith Park. A Redwood grove has change into the Hauntington Gardens, with skeletal ravens and blacklight mushrooms; sideshow tents with a vaudevillian aptitude line the principle drag; and a three-story spook home comes alive with singing pumpkins and a glow-in-the-dark dancing waters present. There are even video games and kettle corn.

Skeletal magicians at Boney Island

{Photograph} by Chris Nichols

Boney Island in Griffith Park

It’s the haunted carnival you’ve been dreaming of. Observe the ethereal glow behind the timber, the one beckoning from the inky depths of the park. See Boney Island earlier than it disappears on October 31.

Boney Island, 5202 Zoo Drive, Griffith Park; Thu.-Solar., Oct. 11-14 & 18-21; Thu.-Wed., Oct. 25-31; 6-10 p.m.

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