It all began on October 31, 1973 with a decorated Ghost Town and a few dozen live monsters lurking in the fog. Today, Knott's 38th Annual Halloween Haunt features 13 mazes, three scare zones, seven live shows and 1,000 monsters roaming the park.
Entertainment Design Manager, Todd Faux, gives us a little bit of insight into this years new attractions being added to the Haunt.
As Faux just said, this year features three all-new mazes:
More mazes are returning this year including "The Labyrinth," "The Doll Factory," "Lockdown: The Asylum," "The Slaughterhouse," "Club Blood," "Terror of London," "Black Widow's Cavern," "The Corn Stalkers," "Dia Del Los Muertos," and "Uncle Bobo's Big Top of the Bizarre in 3D."
There are also 3 all new scare zones this year: "Necropolis," "Ghost Town" and "CarnEVIL." The live shows include Ed Alonzo's Psycho Circus of Magic and Mayhem, The Hanging, Hacks! Presents "Die, Die, Die!", De'Anna the Hypnochick, Street Drum Corps' "Blood Drums", Inferno, and Zamora's Sideshow of the Bizarre.
Knott’s Halloween Haunt runs September 24-26, September 30-October 3, 6-10, 13-17, 20-24, 27-31, 2010. The Halloween Haunt at Knott’s Scary Farm is a special ticket event not covered by regular Knott’s Berry Farm admission. Ticket prices are $33 - $50 presale online and $56 day of event. Haunt tickets are available at Knott’s Guest Relations, can be purchase by phone at Knott’s Haunt Line (714) 220-5000 or online at haunt.knotts.com.
Halloween Haunt is a scary event and is not recommended for children under 13. For the younger set however, Knott's offers "Snoopy's Costume Party" in Camp Snoopy. This family event includes friendly monsters, a kid-friendly maze, crafts, and of course, trick-or-treat stationsand is included with regular park admission. "Snoopy's Costume Party is offered weekends October 2-31, 10 am to 5 pm.
Keep checking back here on Theme Park Insider as we continue making more stops at parks across the nation and highlight their haunting events.
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Glad to see who thought of the Halloween Event idea first.