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Olivenhain’s Haunted Hotel

The 128-year-old Olivenhain meeting house is the perfect spot for the spooks and specters to emerge once more for the annual Olivenhain Haunted Hotel on Saturday. 

Boy Scout Troop 2000 hosts the event at 423 Rancho Santa Fe Rd. in Encinitas. The haunted hotel will be open again Oct. 25 and Oct. 26 just in time to kick off Halloween.

A ghoulish display outside the Olivenhain Haunted Hotel on Saturday. Photo by Daniel KnightonThe 128-year old Hotel Germania plays host to the 13th annual Haunted Hotel presented by Boy Scout Troop 2000.  Photo by Daniel KnightonBonsall residents Taylor Meade and Sophia Hearn enjoy watching Scooby Doo movies on the outdoor big screen. Photo by Daniel KnightonEncinitas resident Riley Rowe as Dr. Frankenstein in his laboratory. Photo by Daniel KnightonA brain waits to be implanted in Dr. Frankenstein’s monster at the Haunted Hotel. Photo by Daniel KnightonBaked goods are available for $1 each, along with coffee and hot chocolate. Photo by Daniel KnightonAn electric guitar donated by Taylor Guitars will be raffled off in a drawing to be held Oct. 25. Photo by Daniel Knighton

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