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Queen Mary, the iconic ship turned hotel in Long Beach, is quickly becoming the hot spot for seasonal events. Queen Mary's Dark Harbor is a massive Halloween fair featuring six elaborate haunted mazes, some unique monsters, a whole bunch of live shows, and a lot of carnival food. I visited Dark Harbor with my good friend Jessica Cameron, director of Truth or Dare and Mania, and we both had an amazing time.
The best haunted maze was also one of this year's new additions. Lullaby maze tells the true story of Scary Mary, a little girl who drowned in a pool aboard The Queen Mary in the 1920's. Now she haunts the ship, terrorizing visitors. Lullaby tells a coherent, intense ghost story that never lets up. The little girl Mary is a unique, totally creepy ghost that will send shivers down your spine.
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For a few years now, it seems SoCal haunt enthusiasts have been generally dismissive of Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor, but given our fun and fright-filled experience with the attraction’s 2015 kick-off this past Thursday, October 1, that attitude will more… Continue Reading →
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- Sean Decker
If you’re a fan of horror and paintball (and, honestly, who isn’t?), then you need to get your shapely behind to the West Coast as soon as humanly possible. Or, you know, before Halloween 2015 officially comes to a close.… Continue Reading →
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- Todd Rigney
3 items from 2015
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