Knott’s Spooky Farm

During the weekends throughout October Knott’s Berry Farm transforms into Knott’s Spooky Farm, a family friendly atmosphere where kids can dress up, trick-or-treat and meet Peanuts characters dressed up in their very own Halloween costumes, as well as friendly spirits in Ghost Town. Yesterday, Patrick, myself, and a few friends decided to visit and it was a perfect time to debut my first Peanuts parasol! I selected moments from It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (which turns 50 this year!) to put on the parasol, and it was a hit with characters and citizens of Ghost Town.

Many of the friendly ghosts of Ghost Town are long dead distant relatives (*wink*) of Calico citizens we visited so much with during Ghost Town Alive, and it was a pleasure to see such wonderful and familiar faces again. As the sun sets and the fog rolls in, other more villainous relations of Calico’s citizens roam for Knott’s Scary Farm, which also occurs on select nights during October. We’re slated to go tonight, and I’m very excited to see what is in store this year! I also won’t be surprised if we find ourselves at Spooky or Scary Farm again during the month of October! So don’t be surprised if you see this parasol again!

Do you have any spooky plans this Halloween season?

Dress: Stray Cat Vintage, Fullerton, California
Petticoat: Amazon
Tooled Leather Purse: Buffalo Exchange
Pressed Leather Shoes: Olvera Street, California
Bangles: Various

3 thoughts on “Knott’s Spooky Farm

  1. I have genuinely loved every single one of your incredibly fun, talented, gorgeous parasols, but this one is my new favourite. I’m an epic fan of It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown and just about fell off my chain (okay, technically Tony’s office chair :)) when I saw this amazing creation. Such an awesome way to honour a true holiday season classic and to top of your beautiful fall ensemble.

    xoxo ♥ Jessica

  2. I got to finally see that wonderfully spooky classic The Wolf Man. Ever since when Full House showed a clip of the Wolf Man I’ve always wanted to see it. The local movie theater was showing it I really enjoyed watching the movie.
    The part about the pentagram totally creeped me out and how the Wolf Man was defeated at first I had to cover my eyes. Plus the sound effect of a real dog was scary too.

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