Corona Haunt explores an outdoor theme for its 2020 walk-through, “Shadow Mountain.” Because of COVID-19, the creators behind the Corona, California home haunt implemented stringent health and safety protocols, and did proceed as a walk-through experience. Although the event’s future was uncertain because of structure damage from heavy winds and also because of the nearby fires, things are back on track for its closing weekend. Though the event’s reservation spots are sold-out, guests can still potentially experience the haunt by waiting in a virtual line accessed through a QR code at the event’s entrance.

The Gory Details
Corona Haunt 2020: “Shadow Mountain”
Oct. 29, 6:30-9:30 p.m.; Oct. 30-31, 6:30-10 p.m.
coronahaunt.com

Corona Haunt offers plenty of “trail” detail. / Photo by Jessica Peralta

“Shadow Mountain” has a very rugged, outdoor vibe. / Photo by Jessica Peralta

You never know where something might be reaching from in Corona Haunt. / Photo by Jessica Peralta

“Shadow Mountain” is very reminiscent of many park ranger offices. / Photo by Jessica Peralta

Detailed props abound in “Shadow Mountain.” / Photo by Jessica Peralta

Things aren’t as pleasant as they seem as guests proceed through “Shadow Mountain.” / Photo by Jessica Peralta

Detailed props abound in “Shadow Mountain.” / Photo by Jessica Peralta

Detailed props abound in “Shadow Mountain.” / Photo by Jessica Peralta

Detailed props abound in “Shadow Mountain.” / Photo by Jessica Peralta

Corona Haunt offers plenty of “trail” detail. / Photo by Jessica Peralta

Corona Haunt offers plenty of “trail” detail. / Photo by Jessica Peralta

Guests confront all sorts of strange occurrences in “Shadow Mountain.” / Photo by Jessica Peralta

Guests confront all sorts of strange occurrences in “Shadow Mountain.” / Photo by Jessica Peralta

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