Dark Harbor Returns at The Queen Mary Oct 1st | @TheQueenMary #DarkHarbor

It’s back! The Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor Returns to the Infamously Haunted Ship October 1 through November 1st with all new freakishly thrilling experiences.

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Ready for a date night of horror? The Queen Mary revives Dark Harbor with a brand new horrific maze, Lullaby; a new sideshow of freaks and oddities, attractions, monsters and more. The annual event begins October 1 and continues to inflict fear on select dates through November 1.

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The new maze, Lullaby will take fear-seekers on a terrifying voyage with Dark Harbor’s youngest soul, Scary Mary. Drowning in the poolroom in 1952, she has haunted the infamous ship ever since. With a haunting childhood, she is still searching for a playground of souls to keep her company in the afterlife. She can be spotted throughout Dark Harbor, but the poolroom of the ship is her playroom.

Also new this year is the  tombs of Anubis, the Greek Egyptian jackal-headed god of mummification and the afterlife. In Anubis’ underworld, guests will test their skills in an LED 3D paintball battle against the most terrifying gaggle of mummies, monsters and myths.

A new Side Show of Freaks and Oddities will take guests through an immersive experience into the grotesque world of freaks like never before imagined. Enjoy a specialty cocktail at the Side Show Bar for an up-close and personal look behind the Side Show curtain and catch an exclusively freaky live Side Show performance.

Returning this year are mazes with over 200 Monsters, Mummies & Freaks where you will get lost in the depths of the Queen Mary’s haunted history through the Deadrise, Soulmate and B340 mazes as well as visit the feared Voodoo Priestess in her Voodoo Village with dark magic gypsies in a setting wrought with shrunken heads and voodoo dolls.

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While wandering the grounds of Dark Harbor, you will possibly across paths with The Ringmaster, The Captain and their band of spirits including Samuel the Savage, Graceful Gale, Half-Hatch Henry and of course Scary Mary. One of my favorite things to do – watching them creep up on unsuspecting victims.

Ticket prices to the Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor start at just $20 online, with Fast Fright, VIP Passes, and lodging packages available. For more information or to purchase tickets online, visit www.queenmary.com/dark-harbor.

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