Terrifyingly Fabulous Dark Harbor at the Queen Mary

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October is here, Halloween has officially begun and the one “can not miss” event of the season is the Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor. It is a spectacular visual experience with over 200 monsters, ghosts and ghouls lurking in every corner.

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The tour features blood-curdling, scary mazes, undead side show freaks, incredible food and several frighteningly unforgettable bars located throughout the venue.

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This is not an amusement park for children, it is wonderland for adults seeking a truly delicious Halloween Haunt. Set inside the Queen Mary, the Howard Hughes Dome, and the outdoor village, every nook and cranny is dressed to kill in frightening decor and incredible sound effects. Scary monsters pop out in front of you as you casually stroll through the experience.

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Intrepid is the all new maze aboard the haunted ship. You can meet the mastermind, the creator and now the protector of the Queen Mary: TheIron Master. He has returned to reclaim the precious vessel he built, fiercely guarding it from the antics of the freaks and ghouls. It is a site to see and an experience to remember.

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The best part is the ticket prices are very reasonable, starting at $20 online. They offer VIP passes as well as overnight packages. You can even buy a season pass and return night after night for heart pounding fun. Dark Harbor is an incredibly horrific way to enjoy the dark side of Halloween in southern California.

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About Judy Hansen Pullos

Judy is a contributing writer for THE EXPERIENCE MAGAZINE and photographer in Los Angeles, California

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