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High Seas Horror

That chill you feel isn't from the ocean breeze.

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    NEWSLETTERS

    HISTORY REPEATS: For most of the year, historical structures are a wealth of information and nostalgia. In October, however, they turn into repositories of monsters and nightmares. One such vilified vessel is the famous Queen Mary, which is featuring its annual Dark Harbor event now through Halloween.

    SCREAM QUEEN: If you've already gone through the possessed parks and bewitched bed and breakfasts, you may find yourself hankering for an all-hallows change-up. Dark Harbor promises new, scary surprises with a watery graveyard of horrific spirits, six frightening mazes, and circus-themed creatures. Once you've gone through the rippers and ringers, hang out with the monsters and enjoy live entertainment, burlesque shows, costume contests, and taco truck delights in the lounge area. Then, board the Queen Mary and stay the night in what was once the grandest ocean liner in the world.

    HAPPY HAUNTING:
    Tickets prices vary and can be purchased in general admission, VIP, group rates, and hotel packages. There are no age restrictions on who can attend, but they advise that the subject matter may not be suitable for children (in other words, spooky and gory). For more information on Dark Harbor and The Queen Mary, check out the website.