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Queen Mary in Long Beach Dark Harbor Halloween experience

September 21st, 2013 · No Comments

Dark Harbor Halloween experience returns with new spirits, mazes, freaks and frights inspired by the real-life hauntings on the Queen Mary in Long Beach. QueenMaryDarkHarbor2013                     By Steve Sievers Long Beach, CA(Hollywood Today)9/21/13/–The Queen Mary is located in the Port of Long Beach and features a rich history of Art Deco going back to her maiden voyage back in 1936. She was considered the grandest ocean liner ever built at the time and people come from all around the world come to visit her. One of the many tours given to guest around the year is the ghost tour of the ship. Every Halloween time, the ship is transformed into Dark Harbor a very unique and spooky Halloween experience. Where other theme parks try and set up a spooky atmosphere, Dark Harbor has history on its side. Queen Mary has been voted one of the most haunted places in the world. Walking through it alone is already a scary experience. Add mazes, people jumping out at you and you got one of the best halloween experiences in Southern California. Their haunted mazes take you through the boiling room and pool of the old ship. This years newest spirit character is The Ringmaster. You can see how lovely she is in her picture. She orchestrates the freaks and ghouls through the nightmare of evil, which is Dark Harbor. The Ringmaster, The Captain and their gaggle of ghosts including Samuel the Savage, Graceful Gale, Half-Hatch Henry and Scary Mary have conjured up an all-new bloodcurdling vintage circus under the big top tent inside the deadly dome. There is a also new freak and sideshow experience inspired by some of the ship’s most infamously haunted spirits and tales. Dark Harbor has one of the best value in town with tickets only 20 dollars online. You can also upgrade to Fast Fright, VIP Passes, and go one step further to get lodging package. Thats right you can spend the night with the ghosts on the ship.  Dark Harbor will be open October 3-5; 11-13; 17-20, 24-27 and Oct 31 – November 2 from 7 p.m. to midnight. For more information, or to purchase tickets online, visit www.queenmary.com/dark-harbor.

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