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Ray Goins, a tour guide for Malibu Wine Safari’s new Malibu Lights: Haunted Nights offering, leads the journey on Friday, Oct. 4, with a haunted tale. The tours continue through Nov. 3. Photos by Suzy Demeter/Surfside News
Malibu Lights: Haunted Nights tour guests (left to right) Ricardo Basco, Sherry Romero, Katie Romero, Sammy Stover and Ricardo Romero pose in a tunnel of lights Friday, Oct. 4, as they hoist their glasses of wine.
Attendee Mariel Wolf donned a costume inspired by “The Handmaid’s Tale” for the Halloween-themed event.
Tourgoers encountered various scary figures along the route through Saddlerock Ranch.
Shown is the tunnel of lights, where guests can meander through and take a moment to rest in the lounge in front.
Allison Spence (left) and Jose Cortez share a moment in the lighted tunnel.
A ghastly message is projected on a tree in the “Camp of Lost Souls.”
Malibu Wines’ vineyards are lit in purple and green.
Barbara Burke, Freelance Reporter
7:16 am PDT October 7, 2019
Hoots and hollers resounded through the canyons surrounding Saddlerock Ranch as attendees enjoyed the inaugural Malibu Lights: Haunted Nights Safari, an enchanting experience that even included a bit of dancing.