10/12/2010 01:45 pm ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Celebrities Turn Out for Opening Night of Haunted Hayride in Griffith Park

Last night was the VIP and Premiere Night of the 2nd Annual Los Angeles Haunted Hayride. This year the event is in a new location of Griffith Park's Old Zoo, which is a favorite haunt spot of supernatural enthusiasts. We saw a lot of friends, celebs and smelled the fresh air and cool breeze of a fall night in Griffith Park.

Guests began showing up at 7:00pm to enjoy a 20-minute hayride through some of the most terrifying scenes we have EVER seen. The location also is home to a 5,000 square foot haunted maze made completely of hay, as well as a traditional carnival area (with lots of food, games and the kind of rides we loved as kids but fear as adults). Celebs and VIP guests were treated to front of line passes for this special night only, such a treat! Oh, did we mention there were at least 75 actors dressed up as the scariest demons, clowns, monsters and headless beauty queens imaginable!?

It seemed as though most of LA's Young Hollywood came out for a night of scares and laughs at the 2nd Annual Los Angeles Haunted Hayride. Emmy Rossum showed up to the black carpet early with some friends to be one of the first to take a 20-minute hayride through dozens of horrifying scenes. After doing the terrifying hayride, Stephanie Pratt sat the next horror out... a 5,000 square foot haunted maze made of all hay! Pals Chord Overstreet of Glee, Josie Loren of Make It or Break It and James Preston of The Gates walked the carpet together before heading down to the hayride. Our favorite Modern Family cast member, Sarah Hyland, looked cute as a button while enjoying a fall night out with friends. And Dancing With The Stars young'n Kyle Massey was full of laughs throughout the 'Carnival of Souls' with friend (and real life brother), Chris Massey of Zoey 101. Dozens more of our favorite actors and actresses showed up, and everyone was full of smiles. Halloween is here... and we couldn't be more excited!

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