Trick or Treat: October Means Halloween, Even for the Rich and Famous
October means many things, from autumn to the changing of the colors. That’s not usually the case in California, and this October is no different. It’s still hitting over 90 degrees on the thermostat but Halloween is happening whether it feels like fall outside or not!
When it’s time to get spooky, the rich and the famous flock to the most popular pumpkin patch in the world: Mr. Bones. The season is here again and the rich and famous are already being spotted. First up this year is the super wealthy James and Petra Stunt, accompanied by their adorable daughter Lavinia.
James Stunt is a billionaire, financier and high-end collector. Petra is a billionaire, socialite and Formula 1 heir. The Stunts famously bought the largest home in Los Angeles last year, the former Spelling Manor. While the power couple can afford to spend the Halloween season any way they want, they flocked to Mr. Bones Pumpkin Patch is in West Hollywood, CA to give their daughter the experience no childhood should miss out on.
Of course, they’re not alone! The Mr. Bones Pumpkin Patch has an impressive selection of pumpkins to choose from, which have been scoured over the years by tons of A-listers with kids, including Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner, Christina Aguilera, Selma Hayek, Pete Wentz and Johnny Knoxville (just to name a few).
In addition to pumpkins, the famous patch features a petting zoo, face painting, food, a giant slide, pony rides, specialized pumpkin carvings and even giant rocking horses. The best part about Mr. Bones is at the end of the day, it’s just a neighborhood pumpkin patch! It’s not a country club or exclusive resort. Anybody in Los Angeles can visit with their family for their own elite outing.