On a quiet corner in the Eader tract, there’s a garage that is transformed into a marvelous scene every Halloween. This year, the Queen of Halloween aka Heather Lantow, has created an homage to sci-fi films of yore. With a skeleton army, red rockets, and silver robots created from recyclables, she has once again succeeded in creating a world for Halloween trick-or-treaters young and old.
Photo shows Surf City Family kids with The Queen of Halloween dressed as an alien queen in the middle:
This impressive robot that makes sounds and flashes lights is made of recyclable materials.
This year’s tableaux, which Heather revealed may well be her last, is called Planet H31 and will welcome guests from 6PM – 10PM on October 31st at Christine Dr. in Huntington Beach
Meanwhile across town, the Earrywood Haunted Mansion turns Serene Street into something spooky on Halloween from 7 PM – 10 PM. Now on its 11th year, the Earrywood family has created 10 darkened rooms, hallways, 30 monsters and other cool and appropriately eerie scenes.
Entry to Earrywood Haunted House is free. Wait time: 45 minutes to an hour. Typically, about 400 to 500 people show up on the first night, and another 600 to 800 on Halloween. The house is located at 5631 Serene Drive,
Huntington Beach, CA 92649