There are plenty of things not to like about Los Angeles. Those things are easy to overlook when you know where to look. For a girl seeking a perpetual Halloween fix, I've found pretty much everything I need, right here.

With so many things to choose from this weekend, how's a girl to decide?

A list of Saturday's burnt offerings:

Dia De Los Muertos celebration at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery
The Day Of The Dead done up Hollywood style, with all the grandeur and spectacle you'd expect.

The Haunting at The Alex Theatre, with Psychic-Medium/ Parapsychological Investigator Michael J. Kouri

The Godmother Of Horror's masterpiece on the big screen, throw in Kouri and place it all in a beautiful movie palace. It makes my black heart joyful.

Heritage Square Museum's Halloween And Mourning Tours
Not many people are familiar with this "museum." A collection of incredible Victorian era structures are collected here including a number of full size homes and a church you can view the interiors of. Highlights include a Victorian funeral and a focus on Victorian spiritualism, when ghosts and all things macabre were considered pop culture.

The Cicada Club's Halloween Party
Who doesn't like time travel, save my Grandmother? Dance to a big band orchestra in a stunning art deco penthouse in Downtown. Don't forget to wear your 1920's or 30's formal wear. You've got that, right?

Sunday's Best:

A Haunted Speakeasy
Creepy LA's David Markland is curating a night of storytellers to share a true tale of the supernatural, inside the covert Mt. Hollywood Underground.

Los Angeles Haunted Hayride

I'm still undecided....

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