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HiddenLA & CreepyLA present: Halloween@The Barn
Friday, October 19, 2012 from 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM (PDT)
Los Angeles, CA
THE EVENT: The evening will include a slate of different speakers each giving a presentation on Hollywood ghost lore. Additionally, a respected paranormal investigation team will reveal the results of of their own investigation of The Barn (see venue information below) and answer, once and for all, if it’s a haunted landmark!
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(Schedules subject to change)
- Tom Ogden – Author of “Haunted Hollywood” and magician at the Magic Castle
- Sarah Troop – Host of the Cabinet of Curiosities podcast
- Richard Carradine – President/Founder of the Ghost Hunters of Urban Los Angeles
- James Bartlett - Author of "Gourmet Ghosts - Los Angeles"
- Hosted by Scott Michaels - creator of Dearly Departed Tours
- And more to be announced!
Other attractions will include:
- Screenings of classic ghost themed short subjects.
- Paranormal investigation "hands on" experience.
- Hollywood Horror Themed Photo Booth
- Spooky selection of food and drinks
There will be two shows – one at 7:00pm and one at 9:00pm –
so we hope to accommodate everyone!
|THE VENUE: Situated on a small patch of land across from the Hollywood Bowl, the Lasky-Demille Barn (aka, “The Barn”) was one of Hollywood's first film studios. Built as part of a citrus ranch in about 1895 on what is now the southeast corner of Selma and Vine Streets, it originally housed horses, carriages, hay, and other farm supplies. In 1913, director Cecil B. DeMille and his partners Sam Goldwyn and Jesse Lasky rented the barn for $250 a month to shoot Hollywood's first full-length feature film, a Western called The Squaw Man. After a number of relocations, in February 1983 the barn was moved to its present site and permanent home, where it was restored and turned into the Hollywood Heritage Museum.|