REVIEW: Haunt At Hellizondo: Lost Spirits of the Bayou

October 31, 2018

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REVIEW: Haunt At Hellizondo: Lost Spirits of the Bayou


What Candy Cane Lane is to Christmas is what Hellizondo’s Avenue is to Halloween. This suburban neighborhood transforms every Halloween, each house decorated with themes ranging from pirates to cemeteries. The Halloween spirit is undead and thriving on Hellizondo (née Elizondo) Avenue, and the epicenter of this macabre montage of yard attractions is the wonderful maze, Haunt At Hellizondo.


Haunt at Hellizondo has been around for over a decade, and throughout this time has evolved into a very special yard maze. This year marks the return of “Lost Spirits of the Bayou”: a Prohibition era swamp world in which a Satanic speakeasy awaits those desperate enough for a drink. This fun, bayou themed attraction focuses on the antics of mischievous mechanical skeletons as they engage in performing stand-up routines, bartending, and going out on dates. Monsters pop out at you as you walk through the shacks and marshes of the swamp, and you will see beautiful sights like the village lit by blacklights and the eerie water tower.


This maze is definitely worth a trip for those LA haunt-goers who want to feel fear in their bones for the holiday.


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October 31, 2018

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