Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor Cancels 2020 Haunt

Epic Entertainment Group Announced today on the companies Facebook page that the 2020 version of Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor and the second year Halloween Event in Orlando Dark Horizon will be canceled this year.

“It is with heavy hearts that we can now confirm the 2020 seasons of The Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor (Long Beach, CA) and Dark Horizon: Point of No Return (Orlando, FL) have officially been cancelled due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and in line with federal, state and local guidelines.

As always, maintaining the safety and security of our guests, actors and crew is of the utmost importance. With the uncertainty that lies ahead in the coming months, these unfortunate decisions could not be avoided. 

We look forward to the 2021 haunt season and will share more about the future when we are able. In the meantime, please stay safe and be well.”

The annual event held at the classic featured mazes based on scary tales from ghost that lost their lives on the classic sailing vessel. It is known as Southern California’s most authentically terrifying haunt. Last year’s event featured six terrifying mazes, hundreds of monsters, 4 secret bars, nightly live entertainment, and more.

The Queen Mary did not release any statement on the cancellation. We look forward to its’ return next season.

Update: 6/30/2020 4:50pm:

The Queen Mary posted a statement on their social media concerning the cancellation of this year Dark Harbor:

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Michael Sandoval

Michael created MUSE/MUSE TV after a career in professional sports and journalism. Born and raised in Los Angeles, California. He attended Don Bosco Technical Institute in which he studied Electronics and Computer Science and California State University, Fullerton in which he graduated with a degree from the College of Communication in Journalism. He is a big Foo Fighters fan, loves Star Wars and loves photography. Member of the Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society.

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