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By Adam Cray, MoreHorror.com
When I was asked to review the Queen Mary's Dark Harbor, I jumped at the chance.
Beyond this Halloween haunted attraction, I'd never been aboard the Queen Mary, but had heard many stories of the real ghosts within its walls. I decided to step aboard the ship before hitting the first maze and was delighted by its Art Deco architecture.
As I walked the narrow hallways, they seemed endless and I felt a strange tension in the air. Hit with a feeling of natural dread, I had a feeling this night would be special.
Spoilers Ahead: Minutes later in the dock area, the "Monster Run" kicked off the night with a pair of screaming "victims" running into the maze area as an army of ghostly zombies chase them dressed as sailors and cruise passengers. This bloody parade introduced us to the cast of characters we'd »
One of my absolute "Do Not Miss" attractions every year is "The Queen Mary- Dark Harbor". Living in Los Angeles, there is always plenty of creepy around, but its always a similar kind of Creep. The Queen Mary gives you something more. There are truly scary mazes within the ship (including the real life haunted Pool area) as well as the all new Dead Rise! My personal favorite is The Village of the Damned, which is a sort of Hills have Eyes Village… »
I first saw the Sirens at the Queen Mary's Dark Harbor Halloween event and was absolutely blown away. I've seen plenty of sideshows but never with such style. Who are these ladies? There are several, but the ladies of that evening were head Siren Bizzy, Aurora, and Serenity. I recently caught up with these Celluloid Sinners for a little thing we call 13 Question Marks of Horror... 1. Can you tell me the origin of the Sideshow Sirens? Bizzy: T… »
The Queen Mary is pulling full speed ahead into this year’s Dark Harbor Haunted Halloween Event next month in Long Beach, California. For 15 nights, there will be mazes, live music, food, cocktails and horrifying surprises that will leave visitors screaming for more. This year’s haunted harbor takes on a horrifying new dimension. The ship’s crew will endure the Southern California Halloween tradition with an unforgettable and horrifying new dimension. The Queen Mary’s crew will have a macabre makeover at the hands of fright masters who have worked at the Halloween event for years. There will also be more than 225 monsters and 80-foot tall flames. To buy tickets for [ Read More ] »
- Karen Benardello
4 items from 2012
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