Southern California Halloween fans that are familiar with one of the most haunted ships that ever set sail for the Queen Mary in Long Beach, California and know each year for their popular Halloween and intense event for Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor that starts up on September 26-November 2, 2019. Dark Harbor is run by Epic Entertainment Group in where this year for the event is celebrating it’s 10th anniversary.
The voodoo priestess will be one of the characters to terrorize guests for Orlando’s new haunted attraction. (Image: © Epic Entertainment Group)
From the creators of Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor is bringing an all new haunted attraction towards Orlando, Florida entitled “Dark Horizon: Point of No Return” in which it will be bringing three haunted houses, numerous bars, private Bootlegger parties and more. The announcement was first made back in July of this year and more details were shared at the Halloween and horror convention, Midsummer Scream at the Long Beach Convention Center.
Dark Horizon will be on the back lot behind the Holiday Inn Suites-Water Park on Road 536 as this was the former location of the Nickelodeon Suites. Recently new details were shared for a secret bar that will be within one of the haunted houses for Dark Horizon and will be called “Looters Liar”.
One of the specialty cocktails that will be served at “Looters Liar” at Dark Horizon. (Image: © Epic Entertainment Group)
This immersive bar encourages guests to test their curiosity, interact with the monsters and try out Dark Horizon’s new specialty craft cocktails with your visit.
“There will be a secret bar located in one of our haunted houses. Access is only granted to those lucky enough to acquire a vintage gold coin,” said Charity Hill, executive co-producer of Dark Horizon. “Select cast and crew members throughout the event possess gold coins for the taking. These coins provide a mystifying clue hinting at the location of an access point.”
Guests can obtain coins by interacting with the monsters and characters, search for clues on social media and even from a Dark Horizon bartender.
(Image: © Epic Entertainment Group)
If you can’t find the secret bar and outside of them here’s some of the specialty drinks the haunt attraction will be offering:
- Black Magic– a mixture of tequila, agave nectar, blackberry liqueur, and lemon juice that can be founded at the Outpost Pub
- Ship Faced- Kraken spiced rum mixed with root beer or coke and cherry that can be founded at Walk the Plank Pier
- Point of No Return – a vodka, gin, and tequila-based drink mixed with lemon juice, cream soda, and pomegranate juice that can be founded at Looter’s Liar
VIP guests that can access towards the RIP Lounge can try a specialty cocktails such as the Corpse Reviver #2, moonshine tastings, and Maple Old Fashioned Ambler a whiskey-based staple with a twist.
If your hungry and can check out the bungalow menus that offer table platters with numerous cuisines to suit your taste buds. Here’s some of those options too:
- Gator Grub– Wide selection of BBQ options
- Shark Bites– American cuisine
- Antonio’s Pizzeria– Wood-fired, hand-tossed pizzas, burgers, chicken and fries
- Sombreros Cantina– Latin inspired southwest favorites in offering tacos, bowls, and salads
- Club Candy– Getting treats instead of tricks and offering crepes, iScream malts and shakes, and other sweet treats.
Their is one catch though towards Dark Horizon… if your brave and meaning your really really brave enough to do it. The creative team at Dark Horizon is offering an unique experience towards selected and hardcore Halloween guests. The experience is called “Terror It Up” that will test guests’s fate through all of the haunted houses and the rest of the event it’s self.
“Terror-Up is not for the faint of heart. Those guests that are daring enough to Terror-Up with us at Dark Horizon might be separated from their group while inside a haunted house. They could be guided into a dark, secret passageway no other guests have access to. They might get stuck in a small nook or cranny; and, of course, the monsters will be certain to pay extra special attention to them,” said Steve Sheldon, executive co-producer for Dark Horizon. “If at any time the experience is too scary for the guest, they can just simply drop the talisman on the ground and the Terror-Up experience will end.”
The limited time haunted attraction was suppose to start on October 4 due towards setbacks because of Hurricane Dorian and will open up for business instead on October 10 with two new dates added towards the calendar for October 13 and October 30 according to the Orlando Sentinel.
Dark Horizon: Point of No Return will begin on October 10 till November 2 on selected nights. General admission will start at $20 online which includes; Happy Haunting Hour, Fast Fright, Evil Express, Ultimate Scream tickets and Storm Cellar R.I.P. Lounge keys available.
To learn more information about Dark Horizon and the story of the attraction by visiting their official site by clicking the link here.
*Age of 21 years or older by law in order to purchase and drink alcoholic beverages
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Source: Attractions Magazine