Come October, fans of horrific attractions in and around the Long Beach, CA, area will be in for a treat as Queen Mary's Dark Harbor returns to scare the bejesus out of you... and there are some new surprises as well.
Though it's been retired since 1967, ocean liner Queen Mary has been a hotbed of paranormal activity over the years, crowned one of the top 10 most haunted places in America by Time Magazine in 2008. The perfect setting for a horror flick? You bet!
One of the best things about this time of year is Halloween attractions. Whether it be Universal's Hollywood Horror Nights or your favorite local haunt, it's always a great time. The Queen Mary's Dark Harbor is one of the best, and we have the scoop on their opening night!
Out of all Southern California’s haunts, Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor has stepped up in recent years to give the big league theme parks a run for their money. While it’s more self-contained than parks like Universal or Knott’s...
I can think of no better location for a haunted attraction than the Queen Mary, a retired ocean liner in Long Beach, California, that has been dubbed one of the 10 most haunted places in America.
Live in the Los Angeles area and looking for a fun way to ring in Halloween? Besides getting drunk and puking in your costume? Well, Dread Central has hit up the majority of this year's haunts, and we offer this handy little weekend guide to all things spooky!
We here at Dread Central are big haunted attraction junkies, and you won’t find better theme park mazes than the ones in the greater Los Angeles area. But how many of them take place at an actual haunted location? If you want to get your Halloween thrills on in one of the world’s most infamous haunts, look no further than Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor in Long Beach, CA.
Now THIS is how to screen a movie: A very special showing of The Dead Matter, the largest Dead Matter cast reunion of the year, Q&A session, signing, and the first West Coast appearance from Midnight Syndicate's Edward Douglas in several years is happening THIS SATURDAY (September 18th) at Ghost Fest Expo 4 on board the RMS Queen Mary in Long Beach, California!
Drew Daywalt has made a living working within the horror genre scaring the hell out of people. As you'll soon see in his upcoming Camera Obscura project, the guy really knows his way around the subject of ghosts and hauntings. Recently Drew had the tables turned on him when he spent a couple of evenings aboard a legendary haunted ship, California's Queen Mary -- in the vessel's most haunted room of course.
You've seen plenty of horror film festivals and conventions over the years, but how many events actually take you to a famous haunted location?
West Coast indie horror fans have a great chance indulge themselves in a great collection of genre flicks during the first ever Paranoia Fest from March 13-15 in Long Beach, CA. The best part? The festival will take place aboard the world famous Queen Mary. Enjoy today’s creepiest new horror films aboard this unique property as they are screened in some of the most haunted parts of The Queen!