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News Article:Scream parks: Things go bump in the night at Southland theme parks

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  • News Article:Scream parks: Things go bump in the night at Southland theme parks

    Ghouls just wanna have fun.

    That's why Louie Tejeda has been working Knott's Berry Farm's popular Halloween Haunt for three years running. During the event's 33rd edition, he's a "mental patient" in The Asylum -- Revisited, one of 12 walk-through mazes at the park.
    "Scaring people is one of the funnest and funniest things in the world," said Tejeda, who lives in Ontario.
    And this month there are lots of people to scare. The park could attract more than 500,000 people to the after-hours event that continues most nights through Halloween. Knott's Berry Farm isn't alone when it comes to theme park monster parties.
    http://www2.sbsun.com/living/ci_3095822

    Has info on all the other parks from what it is and what it cost
    :crazylegs


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    Re: News Article:Scream parks: Things go bump in the night at Southland theme parks

    Thanks for the info.

    Sorry that I can't make it though.

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      Re: News Article:Scream parks: Things go bump in the night at Southland theme parks

      Originally posted by PirateMickey
      Thanks for the info.

      Sorry that I can't make it though.
      Just sharing
      :crazylegs

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