Halloween looks a little different this year. With the current state of the world, many cities have canceled or severely curtailed their Halloween offerings — and Los Angeles is no different. Gone are the theme parks with their after-hours parties and on-the-lot mazes that let you get scared along with hundreds of your closest friends and strangers. Trick or treating for children might see many left without candy or houses finding inventive ways to dispense treats without getting close. It’s a strange time to be alive — but that’s not to say Halloween is outright canceled. In fact, the networks, studios and classic horror lovers in Los Angeles has taken this opportunity to do several fun, inventive, and socially distanced events to celebrate the spooky season and we’re sharing some of them with you. Keep an eye on this gallery as it constantly updates throughout the month with new events.