Sabounchi Safety Services teaches first-aid and CPR skills during on-location sessions in schools, offices, and clinics. Certified practitioners emphasize hands-on activities rather than pure lecturing, giving participants a chance to test their skills as they learn. Lessons are available in languages including English, Spanish, Hindi, and Arabic.
Over 13 days, 31 people screamed as a madman stole their lives. The bitter, vengeful whispers of the dead urged him onward—drove him to slaughter—until he could bear it no longer and dug a grave for himself. He used his bare hands, scraping his knuckles raw, until the earth collapsed over him. Only then did the town quiet.
But the grave has been unearthed, and the horrors of that killing spree once again haunt the living. Inside the abandoned family mausoleum, visitors encounter dismembered bodies, a bride whose throat spills blood onto her white gown, and a skeleton with rotting flesh still clinging to its bones. As guests creep through hallways covered with gory handprints and stumble past broken fences, the grave’s fleet of masked monsters leaps out, raising goose bumps with impolite greetings—ranging from growls of “fresh meat!” to “arrrrrrgh!”—that would make Emily Post scream in horror.
As moms of single-parent families, the two sisters behind Mystic Maids have worked hard to provide for their kids. Over the years, they've built an army of equally hardworking and reliable technicians who receive hands-on training and periodic testing to keep them up to speed on safe and effective cleaning techniques. The cleaners perform one-time, weekly, and monthly cleaning services, using a thorough checklist as their guide as opposed to a mischievous spirit animal. Should customers discover an error or oversight within 24 hours, Mystic Maids' techs will return the next day to set it right.
As the days shorten and the temperature drops, the Anaheim Fall Festival celebrates the harvest season as it has for more than 75 years. This year, sponsors Anaheim Muzeo, Brookfield Homes, Bill Dalati, Hi-Tech Haunts, and Anaheim YMCA team up to host the annual festivities. Visitors can wander through a pumpkin patch and listen to live music while enjoying carnival games, trick-or-treating, or entering a costume contest. Guests may also catch a special appearance by Miss Anaheim Fall Festival along with some of their favorite animated characters. The Halloween Parade on October 25 shows off costumed riders, elaborately decorated floats, and one confused carload of out-of-towners trundling behind the marching band. Meanwhile at the Motel 6 Feet Under haunted house, open from Ocrober 24–November 1, ghoulish haunts await; parental discretion is advised.