Knott’s Scary Farm announces four haunted houses during ScareLA event

Knott's Scary Farm announces four haunted houses during ScareLA event


ScareLA is one of the biggest horror conventions of the year and it is home to where many major haunts make their big announcements.

Knott’s Berry Farm AKA Knott’s SCARY Farm announced four houses during ScareLA, and they are as followed:

  • NEW FOR 2015 – The Dead Of Winter – Escape the icy grasp of the chilling Snow Queen in the The Dead of Winter. Backed by a ravenous beastly army of resurrected Viking warriors, she is hellbent on avenging her beloved family’s murder, and preys upon any unsuspecting visitors who foolishly enter the borders of her icy domain. This chilling new maze will also include a terrifying Skeleton Key Room.
  • The Gunslingers Grave: A Blood Moon Rises – “A Blood Moon Rises” continues the story of The Gunslinger. The Red hand gang has disturbed a burial ground that contained a SkinWalker relic, that has transformed them into Werewolves under the Blood Moon Curse. 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.
  • Special Ops: Infected – Patient Zero – Back by overwhelming demand, guests can enlist to fight the zombie apocalypse in an all-out war against the undead in the interactive experience, Special Ops: Infected – Patient Zero. This ambitious attraction was the first of its kind in North America. 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.
  • Tooth Fairy – This twisted tooth fairy steals more than just baby teeth as he drags his victims out their bedroom window and into a world of deranged dentistry. Unbelievable special effects include a blackout room through which guests must feel their way out, a disorienting x-ray strobe light room, and a final encounter with the massive tooth fairy, himself. Say aahhh.

Knott’s Scary Farm also announced the return of the Scary Farm Pass for 2015, with the option to add on parking.

Elvira will also be returning in 2015 with a new show called “Elvira’s Asylum.”

A full reveal of what all Knott’s Scary Farm will have to offer this year will happen on August 26.

Be sure to head on over to their YouTube page to view the announcement trailers for these four mazes!

Tickets are also now on sale, click here for full details.

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