Located in Glendale, Catastrophe Cabin is a red-tinged yard display featuring ominous creatures, some animatronics, masked figures, and an interactive witch handing out candy and fortunes.
- Located at: 1541 Garden St., Glendale, CA
- Yard display with character interaction
- All ages
- A few weeks in October
- No social media
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As the location of home haunts like Opechee, Glendale is slowly making a name for itself for its low-key Halloween offerings. Catastrophe Cabin, for instance, is an incredibly well-decorated yard display that draws a surprising amount of traffic. An eerie red hue is cast over the entire front yard, enhancing the already ominous mannequins and animatronics dotting the lawn. Even the walk from the street to the front door is foreboding, as it’s been turned into a covered corridor of sorts, cobwebs all over and mannequins challenging you to ask for candy.
Meanwhile, up the driveway is a more interactive element, as under a covered awning is a sort of witch’s hut. The witch inside will gleefully offer up treats for the little ones, and fortunes for older visitors, making Catastrophe Cabin more interactive than your typical yard display, without being a full-on walk-through experience. It’s also worth noting that Catastrophe Cabin employs significant safety signage to protect its visitors, as crowds will often spill off the sidewalk and into the edges of the street. Between its attention to safety and its attention to detail, Catastrophe Cabin makes for a fantastic visit on Halloween night.
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