Southern California once again becomes the epicenter of chills and thrills as Halloween fast approaches and Knott’s Berry Farm prepares to unleash the ghouls and ghosts for their always much-anticipated Knott’s Scary Farm.
Now in its 43rd year, Knott’s Scary Farm returns with 11 mazes, three Scare Zones, two live action-packed shows, five Skeleton Key Rooms, and lots of monsters lurking in the fog – on select nights from Sept. 24-Oct. 31.
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One of Knott’s Scary Farm’s new mazes for its latest edition of the popular Halloween event is The Dead of Winter. Backed by a ravenous beastly army of resurrected Viking warriors, the lead character, the Snow Queen, is set on avenging her beloved family’s murder, and preys upon any unsuspecting visitors who foolishly enter the borders of her icy domain.
Yikes! That should be good and scary.
The theme park has also announced the return of 2014’s interactive experience, Special Ops: Infected – Patient Zero. Guests can enlist to fight the zombie apocalypse in an all-out war against the undead. Armed with specially designed laser guns, brave groups of Knott’s Scary Farm guests will embark on missions, led by their Squad Leader – a loud mouthed, take-no-prisoners commander charged with turning guests into soldiers.
Laser-tag + battling infected zombies? Yep, go ahead and sign us up now!
And check this out: back by popular demand, Elvira, the legendary Mistress of the Dark, will star in an all-new show, Elvira’s Asylum.
Also returning in 2015, the twisted tale of the Tooth Fairy returns with the addition of a gruesomely interactive Skeleton Key room and new horrifying ending.
Plus, you can delight in the fright that is Gunslinger’s Grave: A Blood Moon Rises: return to the Old West and walk in the bloody footsteps of a betrayed and left for dead gunslinger on his path to retribution. This journey back in time takes guests on a trail of terror through abandoned gold mines, a treacherous corral, a seedy saloon and a final showdown at town hall.
By Jeff Hyatt