Monday, September 10, 2012

Dark Harbor 2012

Dark Harbor, Ahoy! The darkness reaches out from the sea once again in Long Beach. One of my favorite forays from last Halloween darkens the beaches and the docks with the Queen Mary in tow. Multiple mazes and a brand new one will surely make your hear quiver like never before.The new maze, Deadrise, will bring the legend of The Grey Ghost, a WWII ship into light. What won't be part of the light will be more monsters, 250 crawling ghouls. Don't forget food and drink to chill out after being chilled to the bone.


Led by The Captain, this year’s event features five new characters based on the Queen Mary’s haunted history.
The Captain – Captain of the Grey Ghost during WWII, he’s still protecting his undead troops.
Samuel the Savage – Locked in room B340 after a violent outburst, Samuel was later found ripped apart in his room and is now locked forever in Containment – or is he?
Graceful Gale – This classic beauty boarded the ship in 1939 and then disappeared without a trace. Now Gale haunts the dance floor looking for a new partner – for eternity.
Half Hatch Henry – A young firefighter who was crushed by hatch #13, Henry roams the ship’s mazes looking for action.
Scary Mary – The ship’s youngest soul has haunted the ship since her drowning in the pool. Mary’s always looking for a new playmate.

Dark Harbor is not only the most unique haunted experience in Southern California but also the best value with ticket prices starting at just $20 online, with FastFright, VIP Passes and lodging packages also available. Dark Harbor will be open October 5-7; 12-14; 18-21 and 25-28, 31 from 7 p.m. to midnight. For more information, or to purchase tickets online, visit