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2009 Cedar Fair Halloween Haunt Events:

 

Welcome to the 2nd annual Cedar Fair Halloween Events thread. Here you can find all information regarding the Halloween events at the various Cedar Fair parks around America. Any comments, suggestions, and questions are welcome!

 

The list will be updated once parks officially announce their plans.

 

 

Dorney Park's Halloween Haunt

 

 

Haunted Houses

 

Asylum (New for 2009):

Enter this asylum if you dare test your mind. Every step forward erodes your sanity. Are you committed?

 

 

3-D Psycho Circus (New for 2009):

Come one! Come all! The circus is in town for one night only and our crazy clowns plan on delivering a killer performance. Can you survive a night under the Big Top?

 

 

Club Blood:

This popular night club has never been so bloody good! The club’s exotic dancers are dying to meet you. Come on in for a bite. Stay as long as you like. In fact, you can stay forever!

 

Magical House on Kill Hill:

When the monsters roam to their homes for the night the Magical House can’t put up a fight. These beasts want to know your name to pull you into their demented game.

 

 

 

Outdoor Mazes

Backwoods (New for 2009):

Ghost stories told around the campfire come to life at camp Cudie – a summer camp that’s to die for. It’s time to earn your badge in wilderness survival.

 

 

Death Trap (New for 2009):

Enter this sick world of twisted games as our mastermind’s confessions unfold. Even the strongest willed may not survive these torturous trials of life altering choices.

 

 

CornStalkers:

The fields are long gone, but the souls of the farmhands and scarecrows stayed. With no land to roam, no crows to scare the ghosts of Solomon’s farm have returned to reclaim their fields.

 

 

 

 

Scare Zones

 

Gauntlet (New for 2009):

The condemned criminals and slaves move to battle those who decide to enter. They are eager to earn freedom and escape from this medieval world.

 

 

Pirates Passage (New for 2009):

Ahoy mates! Curious Captain Brown, a scourge of the seven seas dares you to pass. His crew is three sheets to the wind don’t be caught or your might become shark bait!

 

 

Headstone Hollow:

After Fright Zone’s fog cleared the bodies of those left for dead were not buried deep enough. These zombies have risen in search for food, trespassers beware, they’re hungry for you!

 

 

Terror Spuare:

Wanted - Dead or Alive! These soulless outlaws don’t take kindly to city slicker folk. When the gun-smoke clears you’ll understand what a ghost town really is!

 

 

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Knott's Scary Farm Halloween Haunt

 

 

Haunted Houses

 

Lockdown: The Asylum (New for 2009):

Ghostrider 1

Insanity reigns supreme in this maniacal nightmare prison. The inmates are out of their cells and their minds! The bars keep the inmates inside…and the authorities out! Every turn takes you deeper into the danger. There is no escape from Lockdown!

 

 

Terror of London (New for 2009):

Mystery Lodge

Step back in time and into the fog filled streets of London. The villains of the night are terrorizing the townsfolk! Step lively or you'll fall victim to Jack the Ripper's blade or Dr. Jekyll's twisted experiments. Will you make it out in one piece...or in pieces?

 

 

Dia De Los Muertos in 3D (New for 2009):

Bumper Cars

Sacrificial blood rains down from the skies. The screams of La Llorona, the Weeping Woman, echo all around as the creatures of the night crawl from their decrepit crypts. Venture into the forbidden jungle of El Chupacabra and the blood soaked lair of primordial demons. “Dia de los Muertos”, the Day of the Dead, has arrived.

 

 

Uncle Bobo's Big Top of the Bizarre in 3D (New for 2009):

Xcelerator

Step right up! Don’t be shy! Welcome to the Big Top of the Bizarre! Uncle Bob is here to demonstrate his devious delights! Inside you’ll find a villainous variety of vaudevillian visages to vex even the most valiant voyeurs! Welcome to the greatest slaughter on earth!

 

 

The Slaughterhouse:

Main Gate Area

Folks from near and far come a-runnin’ for Farmer Willy’s world famous BBQ! Why you can smell the sizzling meat all the way from the interstate! Just take Exit I-13 and follow your nose! Venture through the Slaughterhouse where Farmer Willy will auction you off to the highest bidder, tenderize you with his chainsaw, and grind you into a tasty meat treat. Bone appetite!

 

 

Alien Annihilation in 3D:

The Lake

Begin transmission: – last entry log of deep space mining vessel Korova Matushka – ship has crashed – following homing beacon – discovery of alien ship – infestation imminent – send help – send help – end transmission. Lock and load for a descent into the depths of an alien war. Your only companion is your mega-round-thrust repeater rifle and the hordes of alien invaders that threaten to take over the planet. The air lock is opening – prepare for Alien Annihilation!

 

 

The Labyrinth:

Balloon Race

Take a journey through a forgotten forest, into the dark catacombs that lie beneath a ruined castle. The evil king has long since passed on but his cursed court still haunts the halls of the mysterious labyrinth. Don’t lose your way as you twist and turn through chambers unknown and vainly try to escape the menagerie of mythical monsters that roam the never-ending corridors.

 

 

Qurantine:

Fiesta Plaza

In March 2009, the U.S. Government issued an emergency order sealing off an apartment complex in Los Angeles. A HazMat team was sent to investigate the quarantined building. Authorities have now denied any knowledge of the incident. The residents were never heard from again. There were no explanations; there was no evidence, until now. Experience the truth for yourself when you try to escape Sony Pictures’, Quarantine.

 

 

Club Blood:

Ghostrider 2

Welcome to Club Blood where the music is hypnotic and the cocktails are bloody. In the dark underbelly of the city, human victims are drained of their life to nourish the children of the night. Join the hypnotic dance macabre and explore the dark side of the undead.

 

 

The Doll Factory:

Wilderness Dance Hall

In an old, abandoned toy factory, the Marionette Murderer, a psychotic serial killer turns his beautiful victims into life-size porcelain dolls for his personal collection. Tour his twisted museum of death and disfigurement, and hope to escape his mechanical lair.

 

 

 

 

Outdoor Mazes

Cornstalkers:

Stage Coach Trail

It’s harvest time and the crop is you! Plunge into the rows of rotting corn and try to evade blood thirsty monstrosities seeking to impale you on their razor sharp scythes. Danger is all around you; the stalks of corn are both your salvation and your doom.

 

 

 

 

Haunted Attractions

 

Black Widow's Cavern:

Mine Ride

Dare to enter the old, abandoned mine, now overrun by deadly spiders. Get caught in the web of the horrific arachnids as you travel the train of terror on the old miner’s path of doom.

 

 

Pyromaniax:

Timber MountainLog Ride

A fire bursts out on the mountain due to a tragic accident at the resident Moonshine Factory. It seems the locals have been using toxic waste to make their libation, and now the lethal fumes are turning everyone (including the Fire Fighters) into murderous mutants.

 

 

 

 

Scare Zones

 

Ghost Town:

Ghost Town

With 36 years of the finest thrills and chills, Ghost Town keeps’em screaming. Welcome back to Halloween Haunt’s first and world famous scare zone. The fog-filled streets are lined with ghouls, ghosts, and things that slide in the night.

 

 

The Gauntlet:

Camp Snoopy

Bring out your dead! Through the plague-riddled streets of Camp Snoopy, the king ruthlessly rules his subjects through torture and cruelty. This malicious Medieval Faire features rat-eaten peasants, maniacal monks, and putrid pipers. Flee for your lives!

 

 

CarnEvil:

The Boardwalk

The Boardwalk has taken an evil turn as gruesome carnival characters perform their bizarre side-shows and evil clowns show their true colors.

 

 

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Cedar Point's Halloweekends

 

 

Haunted Houses

 

 

G.A. Boeckling's Eerie Estate (New for 2009):

Old Finance Building

Step back into Cedar Point's history as you navigate the newly-opened hallowed halls of George Boeckling's Eerie Estate. The storm outside has been known to cause mysterious occurrences inside. Explore the mansion with caution

 

 

Happy Jack's Toy Factory (New for 2009):

Disaster Transport

Something's gone terribly wrong inside Happy Jack's Toy Factory. The fun you had as a child comes back to haunt you as the toys turn EVIL. Are they just toys or is this a real-life nightmare? You decide!

 

 

Club Blood:

Main Entrance

Head out to Club Blood and “take a bite” out of your nightlife! Dance to the fresh beats, stylish atmosphere and see the most exotic (and demented) club-goers around. Although this club is open late, some patrons have been known to spend an eternity inside…

 

 

Undertaker U.:

Old Carousel Building

Higher education was never this creepy. This semester, the U. has been given a little extra "kick" to help you ace that final exam.

 

 

 

Outdoor Mazes

 

Terror Island:

Millennium Force Island

Arrrrrrr you brave enough? Land-lubbers can walk the plank onto this newly-discovered island of pure piracy. Meet the motley crews of sunken ships from the past, left deserted on this island. But mind yer steps – they’ve been waitin’ for rescue for over 100 years.

 

 

Cornstalkers:

Thunder Canyon

Navigate your way through this disorienting, twisted patch of cornstalks, scarecrows and other unruly residents. Beware, there’s more than just corn in this field!

 

 

 

Scare Zones

 

Carnevil:

Near Terror Island

This sideshow has gone very, very bad. The crazy clowns and lurking sideshow freaks have picked up and moved their circus to a new spot. Step right up – this show’s free!

 

 

Fear Faire:

Near Centennial Theater

The peddlers of the medieval market invite you to check out their wares. Don’t get too close, or you’ll face the Inquisition!

 

 

Fright Zone:

Frontier Trail

Our ghastly Screamsters roam through the thick fog searching for prey - that means YOU.

 

 

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Kings Dominion Halloween Haunt

 

 

Haunted Houses

 

Medieval Macabre (New for 2009):

Dodgems

 

As plague ravages the land, sending millions to a hideous demise…survivors seek vengeance for the deaths of their loved ones. Consumed with hatred, they mutilate the innocent as they search for someone to blame. The graveyards are full, but there is always room for more.

 

 

Slaughter House (New for 2009):

Dodgems

 

Folks from near and far come a-runnin’ for Uncle Bob’s world famous BBQ! You can smell the sizzling meat all the way from the interstate. Just take Exit 98 and follow your nose! Venture through the Slaughter House where Uncle Bob picks the freshest cuts of meat and slices it right off the bone with his favorite chainsaw. Bone appetite!

 

 

The Toxic Plague:

Hypersonic XLC's Station

 

Grab your bug repellent and face your worst nightmare. All of the slimy, grimy creatures of the night are dying to slither into your hair, ripple across your hand and ooze over your skin. Brave the twisted tunnels of the putrid sewers as malignant millipedes and rotten rodents crawl out of their dank holes to feast on your flesh.

 

 

Big Top Terror:

Grove Arcade

 

Take a 3D journey under the Big Top and see the world in a whole new way. Our carnivorous clowns have taken over and created their twisted version of a ‘fun’ house. The clowns are the only ones laughing as you are forced to join in on their game.

 

 

Alien Outpost:

Flight of Fear

 

Begin transmission: – last entry log of deep space mining vessel Korova Matushka – ship has crashed – following homing beacon – discovery of alien ship – infestation imminent – send help – send help – end transmission.

 

Lock and load for a descent into the depths of an alien war. Your only companion is your mega-round-thrust repeater rifle and the hordes of alien invaders that threaten to take over the planet. The air lock is opening – prepare for Alien Annihilation!

 

 

Blue Ridge Bloodbath:

Blue Ridge Tollway

 

Kings Dominion's quaint Antique Car ride takes a wicked turn each evening through a haunted wood. This forest houses the remains of an evil doctor's gruesome experiments that have all gone awry. Zombies, half-human/half-monster creatures and dismembered former patients now roam through the trees - some looking for salvation, others looking for new limbs to try to correct the wrong that was done to them.

 

 

Maze of Madness:

International Street Tent

 

We are told that the poor souls who were abandoned will never escape. During your tour into this asylum for the twisted and the insane, you will experience a group therapy session like no other. Can you escape from the Maze of Madness or is it off to the padded room for you?

 

 

Blackbeard's Revenge:

Whitewater Canyon

 

Captain Blackbeard was one of the most ruthless pirates in history, and after his death, he became an even more ruthless ghost. On this island, he has hidden his fortune and protects it against all those who trespass. Beware the woods of Blackbeard, for his revenge will not bypass you.

 

 

Club Blood:

In Grizzly's Structure

 

A new Clan of Vampires has set up residence. Preying on the "in" crowd they have opened the coolest nightclub in town - but beware this Clan does not pick off their meal one person at a time, but rather all of the partygoers at once. Enter this Club and you just may dance the night - and your life - away.

 

 

 

Scare Zones

 

The Harvest:

Old Virginia

 

In the twisted hills of old Virginia, the farmers have finished up for the year. Watch your step as our farmers prepare for their next big harvest. The fields and animals get a break as our farmhands turn all of their attention to you.

 

 

Feary Tales:

Center Street

 

Jack & Jill…. Hansel & Gretel… Little Dead Riding Hood… Take a walk through our twisted nursery and see the other side of your childhood friends. Go beyond the dead time stories and see what happened when they lived unhappily ever after...

 

 

Central Stalkway:

Center Street

 

It's always midnight in this garden - the question is - is it good or evil? Hidden behind the great mausoleums, stalking behind the trees and rising from the ground, the ghosts and spirits of this cemetery are always looking for a few folks to move in... permanently.

 

 

Sleepy Hallow:

Old Virginia

 

Legend has it the Headless Horseman used to stalk the farmers who lived here. Some say - he never left, but instead "converted" some of these poor peasants. Are you next?

 

 

Voodoo Swamp:

Congo

 

In this jungle, magic and evil collide as witch doctors practice their ancient art, hidden in the brush, waiting to place a curse on passersby. (Volcano Arch area)

 

 

Carnevil:

Grove Midway

 

Ever have clown fear as a kid? After a visit through this carnival - you will now! Evil laughter, frightening grins and garish costumes barely scratch the surface of what horrors these clowns may bring as you wander through their domain.

 

 

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Halloween Haunt at Valleyscare

 

 

Haunted Houses

 

Mr. Cleaver's Bloodshed:

Cool & Creamy/2nd Games Warehouse

 

Within the depths of the slaughterhouse, innocent mortals will witness a gruesome massacre as murderous butchers and maniacal plant workers lacerate the tender flesh of their human victims. “Slice and dice” will take on a whole new meaning inside this brutal meatpacking plant.

 

 

Chateau Du Damne:

Hi-Test Arcade

 

You are cordially invited to dine (or be dined upon) at the Chateau du Damné. The Baron and Baroness look forward to…meating you.

Come experience first-hand the many rooms of this nightmarish renaissance castle including the Baron’s throne room, the Baroness’ reception area and finally her “bedroom”. If you survive the visit, you’ll make your way outside to the fabled gardens. The Baron hopes you partake in the delights of his fauna. From there the gardens exit to the entrance of the Chateau’s graveyard and mausoleum where you can meet other visitors who never left. If you’re lucky, perhaps you may leave to live another day. If not, the Chateau always has room for more.

 

 

Mangler Asylum:

Bumper Cars

 

Over a century of torture and pain live within the walls of this defunct facility that housed one of America’s most notorious sanatoriums, the Mangler Asylum. At the turn of the century, Dr. Frederick Mangler conducted numerous dreadful experiments on the local unfortunates. Within these halls, his hideous endeavors opened the door to the evil nature of man and his most disturbing nightmares. Some say the wicked doctor unlocked the barrier between reality and nightmare.

 

With lack of funds and Dr. Mangler’s mysterious passing in the 1970’s, the asylum staff abandoned the facility, leaving the building and grounds unsupervised. Most patients died of a slow miserable death, but some still linger living off the decaying corpses of the dead. The doors of this evil place will now unseal. Guests will be invited within the bloody asylum walls, which house a collection of living fears and phobias waiting to wreak havoc on innocent souls. They could venture, if they dare, into the unholy depths of the building where Dr. Mangler conducted his most bizarre experiments...that is, IF THEY MAKE IT.

 

 

CarnEvil in 3D:

Games Warehouse

 

The clowns are no longer funny or happy but psycho, demented and over the top.

Plenty of shrilling laughter will be heard as they entice you to be part of their world under the Big Top Tent, but beware, you may never exit the world of the killer clowns! CarnEvil is a 3D attraction.

 

Outdoor Mazes

 

Hellside Farm:

Amphitheater Backlot

 

From the outside, Hillside Farm appears to be a simple abandoned farm with equipment and fields left long forgotten. However, when the sun sets, it quickly becomes apparent that this farm is not entirely abandoned as Hillside turns into Hellside and the demented residents of the farm begin looking to harvest their next victim. Will you be next?

 

 

Carnage at Crimson Isle:

Around IMAX/Waterpark Walkway

 

The pirates of Crimson Isle, though long dead have sworn to protect its precious treasure. Now that the infamous pirate Captain Tack Gallows has gone after the treasure for himself, the isle has become a black and bloody battleground of shock and horror. Rare be the ones who make it through the Carnage at Crimson Isle.

 

 

 

Scare Zones

 

Blood Creek Cemetery:

Ferris Wheel-High Roller Walkway

 

Blood Creek Cemetery was closed at the 20th century after reports that the local undertaker, Damien Tedrow was cutting up cadavers before burying the bodies, preventing the dead from entering the afterlife.

 

Valleyfair unknowingly constructed on the abandoned cemetery and has operated ever since. One night as the fog thickens, the dead rise looking for souls to take in order to enter the great beyond.

 

 

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Canada's Wonderland Halloween Haunt

 

 

Haunted Houses & Mazes

 

Club Blood (New for 2009):

Next to Time Warp

 

At the hottest new nightclub in town, they line up to get in, but no one makes it out alive. Because inside this devilish dance hall, vampires staff the bar and the DJ booth in an effort to lure the most edible into their isolated lair. The most delicious dancers are invited to the VIP lounge, where away from the throbbing heartbeat of the music, the vampires slowly suck the life from their victims.

 

 

A Midsummer Night's Scream (New for 2009):

Behind Splashworks

The mysterious and mythical creatures who once peacefully inhabited the forest are gone. Fallen victim to massacring humans scared at living so close to these immortals, the burnt and destroyed forest was devoid of almost all life. Only a few fearsome fairies remain, swearing terrifying revenge on any who dare to enter these woods.

 

 

Kingdom of Carnage:

Pod 2 (Courtyard behind Dragon Fyre)

 

Castle Carnage had a dark and twisted reputation for using medieval torture methods on their prisoners; but what could the starving peasants do to save those captured, and where were the chivalrous knights to resettle order? Bertilak de Hautdesert gave up hope on being rescued, and rallied the prisoners to overthrow the cruel tyrannical nobility. The torture which they had long been subjected to has now come full circle on their royal oppressors in a scene of carnage that makes Countess Bathory’s castle look like a holiday retreat. Let the brave of heart and noble of spirit beware: chivalry is dead.

 

 

Mother Noose:

Medieval Maze (Laser Tag)

 

When the Grimm brothers set out to document folktales from across the country side, they had no idea about the dark horrors they would encounter. Tales of massacre, evil creatures, ferocious beasts, bloody endings . . .certainly not the romanticized fairy tales we all grew up with. Mother Noose has revitalized these forgotten and censored tales, for anyone brave enough to see just how dark the dark ages really were; and be introduced to the chilling side of such classics as Little Red Riding Hood, Hansel and Gretel, and Briar Rose. Be warned, those who escape this maze will find themselves disenchanted.

 

 

Red Beard's Rage:

Pod 1 (Courtyard behind Dragon Fyre)

 

The legendary pirate known as Red Beard is said to have led his crew into a massacre when they set to the sea for a preemptive strike against the Spaniards; but neither he or his ship was ever found. A single surviving manuscript details how his mistress, a sea witch who was later burnt at the stake, cast a spell to keep Red Beard and his crew from fully crossing into death. His ship has continued to haunt the stormy seas for centuries. Now it has set up dock and Red Beard and his crew await new victims to help them fulfill their bloodlust.

 

 

Miner's Revenge:

White Water Canyon

 

When Thomas Greychild died while working at the paper mill, 200 years ago, his wife swore her vengeance upon all the workers who were present on that dark day and did not help him. She placed a dark curse onto half of the workers, transforming the men into rabid werewolves who trapped the remaining millers inside the paper mill so that they too could feel her loneliness and never go home to see their wives. Years of such solitude and witnessing such carnage have turned them manic as they are unable to die, but not fully alive. Both the millers and werewolves are set to ensure complete carnage on any mortal who dares to breach their territory.

 

 

Clowns at Midnight:

Bumper Cars

 

In 1857 the circus top tent caught on fire. The spectators escaped unharmed, but the performers were left behind to choke on the heavy smoke and burn in the infernal heat. The audience claimed they thought it was part of the show, but the angry spirits of the clowns and circus freaks do not believe such a claim, and know that the spectators simply did not believe the freaks were worth the effort to save. Every night, the circus freaks appear to perform their act in an attempt to lure in fresh blood until they have gathered enough to return to this world for good.

 

 

The Asylum:

Tent behind Wonder Theater

 

In 1923 Miles Gravestone was admitted to the asylum after surviving the curse of Slaughter Mill. No one believed his story, and most believed that it was he who gruesomely murdered his camping friends. The doctors forced electroshock therapy while the nurses cruelly sedated him with rusty needles. Pushed to his psychological brink, his sorrow and fear exploded in a rage of fury and he gathered all the other inmates to form a revolt. The inmates have taken over the asylum entirely, and those doctors and nurses who survived such actions are just as deranged as their former patients.

 

 

BloodShed:

Kingswood Theater

 

When the headless horseman realized his head was not in the possession of the humans, he ravaged the Van Tassels’ barn, tearing through the helpless workers and animals that got in his way. The dilapidated barn is now haunted by rabid animals out for revenge against all things human, and the corpses of deceased farm hands roam about in loathsome madness.

 

 

Cornstalkers:

Beside Timber Wolf Falls

 

With the Van Tassel family and their farm hands all dead, the fields of the Van Tassel Farmstead have become overgrown with two centuries of colonial debris and corn. The evil which occurred on the farmstead that night has sunk into the once lifeless bodies of scarecrows, which now consider these fields theirs, and will stalk and scare any crows, animals or humans who dare set foot onto their soil.

 

 

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California's Great America Halloween Haunt

 

 

Haunted Houses

 

Toy Factory (New for 2009):

Across from Drop Tower in Action Zone

 

Once a place where dreams were made, this toy factory is now a place where nightmares come true! The maniacal factory workers are manufacturing a variety of disturbing new toys and novelty items for their demented amusement, using any part available, including human parts. Buyers beware as your favorite toys have now been turned against you, or you’ve been turned into one of them.

 

 

Club Blood:

Celebration Plaza Adjacent to Star Tower

 

Follow the undead to the hottest nightclub around, Club Blood. This club has it all, the latest beats, the hottest dancers, there’s just one problem…it’s overrun by hungry vampires waiting to feast on their next victim. Watch your neck or you’ll be next!

 

 

Slaughter House:

Celebration Plaza Adjacent to Xtreme Skyflyer

 

Do I hear $75, $80? Going once, going twice. $80, sold! This year’s meat auction was a complete success and now it’s off to the slaughterhouse. There’s just one thing wrong, humans are the main course! You’ll have to make it out alive or you’ll end up being “dead meat!”

 

 

Carn-Evil:

Rue Le Dodge

 

Hurry! Hurry! Step right up and don’t be shy! The most gruesome carnival is back in town. Get ready to face your worst childhood fears as demonic clowns and other freaks of nature terrify guests at every corner where they have turned the tables to make you the attraction!

 

 

CornStalkers:

County Fair Adjacent to Psycho Mouse

 

A cult of evil scarecrows lie in wait in this overgrown path of debris, hay bales and cornstalks. Guests must weave their way through this twisting maze of bedlam, dodging a series of dead ends and avoiding the stalkers who are “dead-set” on forbidding anyone to escape.

 

 

Werewolf Canyon:

Rip Roarin' Rapids

 

Be careful as you venture deep into the murky woods through a hunter’s trail where the hunters have become the hunted and a pack of blood-thirsty werewolves have taken revenge on those who dare invade their domain. With only the full moon’s light to help you navigate through…can you make it out alive?

 

 

 

Scare Zones

 

The Gauntlet:

Orleans Place

 

Deep within the fog, these tortured, scarred souls are out in full force and ready to unleash their fury on anyone who dares to run The Gauntlet!

 

 

Underworld Alley:

County Fair

 

As night falls upon this forsaken graveyard, the deceased awaken from their graves looking to wreak havoc on those brave enough to enter their terror-tory.

 

 

Dead Man's Cove:

KidZville

 

Ahoy mateys! The captain and his cold-blooded crew are in search of their missing treasure, only this treasure isn’t your ordinary booty, it’s your soul!

 

 

Witch Doctor's Trail:

Firefall Bridge

 

Watch your back! These crazed zombies are under the witch doctor’s spell and out to bring back as many souls as possible to their master.

 

 

 

Themed Rides

 

Campgonnagetcha:

Logger's Run

 

Welcome campers! Get ready to experience the great outdoors at this summer camp chock full of memorable activities. But once the sun goes down, this place takes on a dark, twisted side. The souls of campers from year’s past lurk deep within the shadows waiting to mutilate anything that comes within their path. With the nearby river as the only escape route, you must flee in a hollow log to escape their wrath!

 

 

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Worlds of Fun Halloween Haunt

 

 

Haunted Houses

 

Club Blood (New for 2009):

Lore of the Vampire Building

 

You're invited to Club Blood, an underground hot spot for blood thirsty vampires. Paint the town red!

 

 

Master McCarthey's Doll Factory:

Defunct Boomerang Queue Area

 

In an abandoned toy factory a psychotic serial killer turns his beautiful victims into life-size porcelain dolls for his personal collection. Tour this twisted museum of death and disfigurement.

 

 

Bloodshed:

Near Heart of America Theater

 

Processing at the Old McDonald Slaughterhouse has gone horribly wrong. Be aware of your surroundings or you'll be dead meat.

 

 

Asylum Island:

Monsoon Bridge in Oceans of Fun

 

The fear factor intensifies at Asylum Island, an infirmary where the criminally insane are in control. On the Island, check yourself into Lakeside Mental Hospital, where straight jackets, shock therapy, and padded walls await you-the newest patient. Escaping from Asylum Island only leaves you to face the Park’s other extreme haunts.

 

 

Lore of the Vampire:

Orient Section/Near Spinning Dragons

 

For the last century, Dracula and his brides have slept in the underground catacomb-Lore of the Vampire. Now awake and hungry for blood, it will be a miracle if you come out alive!

 

 

 

Scare Zones

 

Outlaws Revenge:

Near the Train Station in Americana

 

The spirits of Boot Hill Cemetary ascend each night looking for those who sentenced them to death. Armed with guns, knives, and a thirst for blood, daring guests showdown with a sinister mob of the undead who aim to protect their ghost town.

 

 

Carnevil:

Timberwolf Entrance in Americana Entrance

 

Inside CarnEvil, beware of cadaver craving clowns and crazy carnies who taunt those who trespass their territory. Sideshow Freaks perform stunts to make you wince and cringe. Try your hand at our midway games, your limbs will love the ring-finger toss.

 

 

Dominion of Doom:

Americana Section

 

Dominion of Doom is a gothic cemetery where the forces of evil want to share their tragedies with you. Wage the darkness with ghosts, illusions, and apparitions, as you attempt to navigate the maze-like fortress of winding pathways and blinding fog.

 

 

Fright Zone:

Africa Section

 

Hordes of Sceamsters lurk in the nightmarish shadows and blinding fog of the Fright Zone, searching for their next victims to drag into the darkness.

 

 

Camp Gonnagitcha:

Fury of the Nile Island

 

Camp Gonnagitcha Witchahatchet has come to a dead end, and a crowd of zombies and murderous madmen still stalk the grounds of this creepy camp.

 

 

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Kings Island Halloween Haunt

 

 

Haunted Houses

 

SlaughterHouse (New for 2009):

Action Zone

Looking for a good cut of fresh meat? You’ve come to the right place. The butcher shop is open and you never know who or what is on the chopping block. A real meat-lovers delight as the herd is skinned alive, gutted, beheaded and packed before your very eyes!

 

 

Urgent-Scare:

Coney Maul Theater

It’s time for your checkup! A virus has broken out in a small town causing a deadly plague that is spreading with destructive speed and effect. At the local hospital, the virus has begun spreading from patient to patient by direct physical contact or by the means of non sterilized medical equipment. If the virus doesn’t kill you, fear might! Those who make it through will be too terrified by what they’ve seen to speak of it again.

 

 

Club Blood:

Action Zone

 

This popular night club has never been so bloody good! The club’s exotic dancers are dying to meet you. Come in for a bite. Stay as long as you like. In fact, you can stay forever!

 

 

Death Row:

Coney Maul

 

So, you think the Death penalty is bad? Step inside this sanitarium of slaughter and see what torture is all about! The inmates in this evil prison can’t wait for you to join them on Death Row.

 

 

Massacre Manor:

Coney Maul

 

The Manor is for sale and the price has just been reduced! Never mind the rumors of murder and torture – it’s priced to sell. Potential buyers descend into fear as they make their way down creepy corridors, entering one terrifying room after another. Along the way you will encounter many of the Manor’s inhabitants – most of them long since departed.

 

 

Circus of Horrors in 3D:

International Street

 

Join the circus like you wanted to when you were a kid … permanently! Despite the presence of elephants, giraffes and other circus animals, this is not your run-of-the-mill Big Top. Only the most determined will make it out alive.

 

 

 

Outdoor Mazes

 

 

Cut-Throat Cove (New for 2009):

Rivertown

 

Come seeking adventure, and salty old pirates, have you? In this hideaway, thieving pirates and cutthroat buccaneers are ready to challenge even the bravest souls to a duel. Can you get past these swashbucklers and make it out alive? Know this as you try: Dead men tell no tales!

 

 

Trail of Terror:

Coney Maul

 

Come with plenty of friends to hold on tight if you dare to venture down this darkened path of mindbending terror deep into Kings Island’s woods. Hideous creatures are lurking in the shadows and zombies in advanced stages of decay emerge from bushes and wander mindlessly along the trail in search of new life.

 

 

Tombstone Terror-Tory:

Rivertown Train Ride

 

Covered bridges and foggy terrain disguise the evil that lurks in every direction as you travel aboard a midnight train. But don’t be alarmed. We guarantee you’ll make it to your final destination!

 

 

Cornstalkers:

Action Zone

 

This frightful cornfield will scare the yell out of you! Countless scarecrows rule the overgrown ruins of the formerly vibrant Action Zone. Built by farmhands to ward off any would-be trespassers, these guardians of rubble take their jobs very seriously. Legend has it intruders make these evil scarecrows come to life!

 

 

Cemetery Drive:

Tower Gardens

 

If you are afraid of things that go bump in the night then you’ll want to think twice before entering Cemetery Drive. Evil spirits abound as you attempt to make your way around oversized tombstones, monuments and crypts.

 

 

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Scarowind's Halloween Haunt

 

 

Haunted Houses

 

Camp Killauee (New for 2009):

 

Camp Killauee was once the fun, scenic, summer camp where memories were made, but thanks to some unfortunate “accidents”, it seems the charm has faded. We welcome you back to show you why now Camp Killauee is where nightmares are made.

 

 

Silver Screen Sinema (New for 2009):

 

Join us on a “sinematic” tour of some of creepiest horror films ever made. Perhaps you’ll become an extra in a nightmare where our director makes the final CUT.

 

 

Last Laff:

 

The circus has come to town and everyone is going on opening night. The crowds are huge as everyone gathers to enter the big tent. While you are waiting in line, you look and notice something different-- there are only clowns around you. As you enter the tent through the clown’s eye the music changes and the only thing you can hear are the screams of those who passed into the tent before you. You have to get out. Who will have “The Last Laff?”

 

 

The Asylum:

 

Meet Dr. Starkweather, but do not question his methods of treatment. His cruel tortures caused the deaths of many mentally unstable. Their bodies never to be found again. Now, spirits have been seen in dozens of the rooms; their shrill cries and tortured screams are often heard in the desolate hallways. The Starkweather Center for the Insane has it all-- cold spots, disembodied voices, and apparitions roaming the halls. The atmosphere is further darkened by a chilling history of mass death and of patient abuse. Ever since the doors at Starkweather were chained shut there have been rumors. Rumors about the patients and staff, and the chilling fact that they will never, ever leave THE ASYLUM.

 

 

Cornstalkers:

 

Something awful has erupted, and Carowinds’ corn field is alive. Every night the Scarecrows cease from motionlessness and indulge in stalking. Amongst the hay and rows of corn they are still by day, but come night fall, who knows what will become their prey.

 

 

Final Summons:

 

Deep in the heart of the Louisiana Bayou, an old manor stands in great disrepair—a testament to its previous days of grandeur. The Beauvais Manor served as the family home of the Beauvais family for over 100 years. The home was a place for the family to gather each year and celebrate their great heritage. As generations passed, the family outgrew the home, and many lost all connection with the family heritage that had at one time been so dear to their hearts. The only remaining member was an old maid named Aimee Beauvais. Having never married, her only connection to the family she so desperately longed for was the home. That house meant everything to her.

 

Being alone all the time draws its suspicions. Aimee was known by the townspeople as the old “witch.” Long being accused of toying with Voodoo, many people were too terrified to even pass the house. As time passed, Aimee grew older, the house went into disrepair, and people were content to ignore the old woman. All that changed one summer 25 years ago. The town faced the worst plague it had ever experienced. Everyone fell deathly ill…except Aimee. Specialists were called from around the world, but no one could identify the mystery illness that was killing the townspeople mercilessly. It wasn’t long before fingers began pointing at the lonely old “witch” who lived in the Beauvais house. The townspeople, desperate for answers, stormed the home searching endlessly for Aimee Beauvais. Finally the mob reached the attic. When they opened the door, she was sitting in an old rocker. The room was a terrific sight, filled with poppets full of pins and wreaking of putrid flesh. They stormed Aimee, who sat calmly in her chair. There was no struggle….no sign of resistance. It was as if she was expecting them.

 

As the crowd dragged her from the house, others rushed to prepare a noose in the yard. They slid the rope over her neck on the large oak tree in the yard. The crowd became silent. Aimee let out a laugh that chilled the air. Then, as if she had rehearsed it a thousand times, Aimee spoke these words,

 

I will knock down the Gates of the Netherworld.

I will smash the doors and leave them flat.

I will let the dead go up to eat the living!

The dead will outnumber the living! You will all suffer!

 

This was all the proof the angry mob needed. They quickly released her and let her lifeless body swing from the tree, leaving her there to rot.

 

Soon after, the town seemed to return to normal. And so it has remained for the past 25 years. But on the anniversary, strange things began to happen. Things in the house began to stir. The first thing people noticed was that family graveyard was empty. All of the graves dug up, as if something had escaped. Then people began going missing. Now there are tales of walking dead! Zombies who have returned at the hand of Voodon master Aimee Beauvais to seek her revenge. All who enter this cursed place, will be doomed!

 

 

Dead Inn:

 

These stories always start out with a dream. This one is no different. John Cole and his family had always wanted to open up a cozy little inn in the country. They scrimped and saved for years to bring their dream to reality. In the summer of 1963 the Park View Inn opened for business. After several months with few guests, John became obsessed with making their plan work.

 

His obsession began to tear his family apart. Following the one year anniversary of the opening the conditions had not improved. John's wife left with their kids and decided it would be best if they went their separate ways. Losing his wife pushed John even further over the edge and he decided that he would make the Inn a success. John believed that if the inn were a success he could win back his one true love, but fate had other plans in store.

 

Within months of his wife leaving, John began to change and reality began to fade away. He saw each guest that came to his Inn with suspicion, believing that they caused his wife to leave him. Several guests that had visited the inn simply disappeared, never to be seen again. The sheriff’s office began to investigate the disappearances but was not able to learn the truth.

 

On October 13th 1964 John reached his breaking point. In a violent rampage he murdered 18 innocent guests who had made the mistake of staying at the little inn. Following the massacre, John walked into the front office and slit his own throat.

 

For years, several owners tried to revive the cozy little inn, unfortunately all of their attempts failed. The story of the massacre is too well known, all of the locals call the inn by a more sinister moniker, Dead Inn. Only a few years ago the inn was condemned and boarded up. The old building that was built on dreams is off limits. Even to this day locals claim that the ghost of John Cole and his victims still roam the rooms.

 

Within the doors of the Park View Inn history is coming alive room by room.

 

Who will be the next victim at the Dead Inn?

 

 

The Slaughterhouse:

 

For sixty two years, generations of men made their way to the outskirts of town and worked in the dimly lit corridors and bloody death rooms of the Shady Lake’s Pork Processing Plant. For sixty two years, father’s ritually passed down to their sons the secrets of how to best “stick a pig.” For sixty two years they fought against their own primal nature and tried not to “enjoy” their work of committing unspeakable acts of violence and murder upon millions of innocent and defenseless pigs. They succeeded for sixty two years…

 

Finally, all of the killing and torture has taken its toll on the sanity of the butchers at Shady Lakes. The pigs have now become too boring. Too predictable. Not even smart enough to hide. The crazed butchers have decided that it is time to make their work “fun” again.

 

You are about to enter a place that you will wish did not exist; A place where your last breath is controlled by the twisted and insane. How many ways are there to die? Our butchers have decided to find the answer to that question. Over the year’s, they have become very creative.

 

Have YOU been chosen to be their next little piggy?

 

 

 

Scare Zones

 

The Playground (New for 2009):

 

Swing by to let our twisted tikes show you that “it’s all fun and games until someone gets hurt”…..then it’s EVEN BETTER!

 

 

The Cemetery:

 

The lifeless inhabitants of this grave yard are the victims of a massacre—an evil raid on their small colonial village. A few centuries later, and the city is encroaching on these sacred grounds. Crowds now trample the cemetery, and the dead are awake…

 

 

Feeding Frenzy:

 

For the past four weeks the hottest club in town has been the “Feeding Frenzy,” located in the heart of the old docks in the warehouse district. When you enter club the pulsating beat encompasses your soul and your heart begins to beat in time with the music. The air is filled with strange scents that mingle with the sweaty bodies packed on the dance floor around you. While you are dancing the hairs on the back of your neck stand up when you realize what you smell is the coppery odor of fresh blood. You look closer…it dawns on you…not everyone here is human…

 

 

The Harvest:

 

Deep in the backwoods of the Carolinas lies a small village shadowed in secrets. Several have reported that backwood-like folk have been spotted tending to this murderous land. Many have dared to investigate the supposed, chilling stories, but those who have entered into The Harvest never return.

 

 

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It wasn't that bad as Halloweekends at least compared to other parks in the area (Hershey does nothing really, Frightfest at Great Adventure is bad).

 

Halloweekends had 3 indoor mazes (1 for families), 1 outdoor walkthrough and some shows.

 

Haunt really was a lot better last year though and this year looks even better. And the best part is that the haunted attractions take lines away from the rides making all coasters have very short if any waits.

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The lines for Dorney are usually always short anyway, so I'm sure they're even shorter on Haunt days. From what I've heard Fright Fest at Great Adventure darn near sells the place out, while Dorney's doesn't do nearly as much business. I guess it will take some time before the public realises Dorney has a good event.

 

I will admit that as much as I dislike Cedar Fair, they run a decent haunt (been to the ones at KD and CP). Although I still like the one's Paramount used to put on a bit better.

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Is the name seriously still "Halloween Haunt"?

I just don't get why Cedar Fair doesn't recycle Cedar Point's Halloween event name and call their other park's Halloween events' "Halloweekends".

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Lockdown: The Asylum (New for 2009):

Ghostrider 1

Insanity reigns supreme in this maniacal nightmare prison. The inmates are out of their cells and their minds! The bars keep the inmates inside…and the authorities out! Every turn takes you deeper into the danger. There is no escape from Lockdown!

 

 

 

 

UH UH Knott's.

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In 2001, Busch Gardens's Howl-O-Scream debuted Escape From Insanity, which set the bar for haunted houses based on asylums. It lasted for four seasons. In 2003, Knott's debuted The Asylum, and Universal Orlando debuted Psychoscareapy. I feel like both of them were answers to the incredible reception that Escape From Insanity had.

But in 2004, the haunted house was re-themed as Escape From Insanity: Lockdown. Basically, the best haunted house ever. I really can't believe Knott's would use the same subtitle for a house that already has such a similar theme. It's a touch... obvious.

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Lol, sounds like someone's a HOS fan. Although it's kind of weird how the names of the two mazes are so similar. Hmm.

 

This year's Haunt for Knott's sounds great! Out of the three years I've been going, this year's maze line up definitely sounds the strongest. I agree that Terror of London is going to have to have incredible set design, but I'm not going to worry about that. This one is being hyped up quite a bit and usually, the mazes that are being hyped up the most are the ones with the best set design and execution - an example being Doll Factory.

 

Dia De Los Muertos kind of disappointed me when it was announced it was going to be in 3D.. I'm actually not sure at all how this one is going to turn out. I'm intrigued. As for the Asylum and clown maze, Knott's always does these two themes very well. Uncle Bobo's sounds pretty cool and the "Lockdown" addition to the Asylum has me interested. So I'm very excited and not worried at all about how these will turn out. Hopefully they don't disappoint!

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In 2001, Busch Gardens's Howl-O-Scream debuted Escape From Insanity, which set the bar for haunted houses based on asylums. It lasted for four seasons. In 2003, Knott's debuted The Asylum, and Universal Orlando debuted Psychoscareapy. I feel like both of them were answers to the incredible reception that Escape From Insanity had.

But in 2004, the haunted house was re-themed as Escape From Insanity: Lockdown. Basically, the best haunted house ever. I really can't believe Knott's would use the same subtitle for a house that already has such a similar theme. It's a touch... obvious.

 

Haha wow. That's interesting.

 

Well, regardless, I have high hopes for this maze

and Uncle Bobo's as well. I love those clowns.

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There might not be an update for a while, seeing as other parks are still getting their lineups together, but I'll leave this open for discussion anyway.

 

On the Knott's note - I'm definitely looking forward to Terror of London. Sounds like pure eye candy.

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Mmmm Haunt. Finally. Out of the new mazes, I'm going to agree with everyone else and say that Terror of London will be the best. I know that the sets will be fantastic, I can just hope and pray that the talent will be amazing. Dia de Los Muertos...in 3-D and not in Fiesta Village. That fits the theme real well, but who knows, I could totally be proven wrong but right now this one sounds the weakest of the new mazes. Lockdown: The Asylum, I think they should've just named it Lockdown, it sounds way cooler. But I have high hopes for this one, considering they keep the intensity of The Asylum continuing on into Lockdown. Uncle Bobo's sounds great and is a much needed improvement over IMO the lackluster KCK. Sounds like another great year at Haunt!

---Brent

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I'm disappointed about the Haunt lineup this year. Two of the mazes are total rehashes of previous "classics" (C3 and Asylum), the Dia de Los Luertes one isn't even in Fiesta Village, leaving only Terror of London with potential (and given that the Mystery Lodge maze layout doesn't allow for many big spaces, I'm not sure how it's going to turn out).

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Terror of London also sounds a bit like Wicked Woods: Ripper Row at BGW, too.

 

I haven't been to Knott's Haunt since 2001 (and I enjoyed it quite a bit).

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I'm disappointed about the Haunt lineup this year. Two of the mazes are total rehashes of previous "classics" (C3 and Asylum), the Dia de Los Luertes one isn't even in Fiesta Village, leaving only Terror of London with potential (and given that the Mystery Lodge maze layout doesn't allow for many big spaces, I'm not sure how it's going to turn out).

 

I don't think that we can count out Uncle Bobo's and Lockdown just because they are rehashes. I hope Uncle Bobo's comes close to what C3 was. That would just be amazing. and as for Lockdown, though the overall theme isn't much different, I have a feeling Knott's will still pull through with an amazing maze.

Though we were all surprised to hear DDLM wasn't going in Fiesta Village, I still have really high hopes for this maze.

IMO, the tiny hallways in Mystery Lodge are the perfect layout for ToL. Dark, creepy alleyways are pretty much where Jack would lurk are they not? and the dining room is big enough for anything concerning Dr. Jekyll.

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This will only be my 4th year going to Haunt, but I'm going to have to agree with what Hauntme23 said. Rehashes shouldn't be ruled out so easily.

and on the topic of Dia De Los Muertos, so what if it's going in the bumper cars? A good maze shouldn't have to depend on what is OUTSIDE of it.

I'm looking forward to Lockdown the most, only because I was devasted when I heard Asylum might not come back.

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