So you want to get scared – a lot? Here’s your chance! Knott’s Scary Farm has announced that, for the first time, you can buy a season pass to Haunt! Unfortunately, there are only a limited number of these no-blackout-date passes, so be sure to act quickly. They’ll be gone quic- oops, where’d they go?
Photo Credit: Knott’s Berry Farm / Cedar Fair L.P.
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You may need that Haunt season pass to see all the great new shows, mazes, and attractions. Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, and long-time Haunt Hostess, will star in a new dance extravaganza in the Ghoul Time (Charles M. Schultz) Theater. Also around the park will be a multitude of new and returning mazes (don’t forget your skeleton key for the bonus rooms!), including an all-new rendition of Trapped (I have it on good authority that this year’s version will be even scarier than the ones that came before).
And something exciting is back! We get to kill zombies again! But this time, it’s not the previous leisurely stroll through a zombie-filled right-of-way. This time we’re going to be trained as commandos before we get turned into laser fodder. Falling somewhere between an exercise in improvisational theater and a champion laser tag tournament, Special Ops: Infected promises to be the action highlight of Haunt #42.
But there’s more! In a Facebook announcement today, Knott’s Berry Farm advised that the sale of its Haunt season passes will open to the public on Monday (August 18, 2014). Well, that is, if there are any left. Season pass holders still have time to obtain their Haunt passes, of which there are only a limited number. As a result, there is no guarantee there will be any Haunt passes left for the general public on Monday.
Knott’s Scary Farm takes place select nights September 25 to November 1. You can purchase your tickets HERE on the Knott’s Scary Farm Official Site.
The story of how Knott’s Berry Farm’s annual Halloween Haunt became the world’s largest and scariest Halloween party is told in the hauntingly beautiful book “Knott’s Halloween Haunt – A Picture History” by Ted Dougherty, with a foreword by Neil Patrick Harris. Through a fascinating display of over 300 archival photographs and meticulously-researched details, Dougherty shows how what was a three-day affair in 1973 became a “Haunt”ing legacy.
If your library consists of actual, physical books – you know, hardbacks and paperbacks – you’ll want to order “Knott’s Halloween Haunt – A Picture History” by Ted Dougherty, with a foreword by Neil Patrick Harris, in book form from Amazon.com. Sorry, this book is not available in a digital (Kindle) edition. Sorry, this book is not available in an audiobook (Audible) edition. – Candy
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