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REVIEW: The Empty Grave 2013

One of the local Southern California haunted attractions that Theme Park Adventure has kept tabs on for the last few years is The Empty Grave, located at the Anaheim GardenWalk in Orange County, just minutes away from the Disneyland Resort. This particular haunt has grown (and had some growing pains) over the years, and as the season began in 2013, early word was that this is Empty Grave’s finest yet, which pleased us and made us really curious to check it out for ourselves!

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REVIEW: Field of Screams Haunted Stadium 2013

One of the most popular videos on Theme Park Adventure’s YouTube Channel is from Field of Screams The Haunted Stadium in Lake Elsinore, California. Considering that we had not paid that haunt a visit since 2010, we felt a return was due this season to see what’s changed and to get new video for TPAers to check out!

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REVIEW: Scaredown Haunted Attractions 2013

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Waynesville, Ohio is a picturesque town north of Cincinnati, but with a paranormal past. It is known as “The Most Haunted City in Ohio” and included in those claims are the stories of “The Devil House”.

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Knott’s Scary Farm Impresses on First Night 2013

It’s hard to believe, but the gates have swung open at Knott’s Scary Farm for their 41st Annual Halloween Haunt event in Buena Park! As is customary, Theme Park Adventure was on hand, to capture images and yes, a First Night video, of the event to share with Halloween fans around the world! This year’s Haunt at Knott’s featured some tremendous new mazes as well as monsters that were more than ready to plunge fangs-first into the fog! This is not a review – those come soon enough – but more of our overall impression of Halloween Haunt 2013 as a whole…

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Haunted Hollywood Sports Rises From the Grave

In 2012, Haunted Hollywood Sports had a less than spectacular debut, with problems ranging from power and talent shortage, to simply biting off more than they could chew for a first year event. Mazes were far too large and empty, waits for the signature Killhouse attractions were ridiculously long, and in the end, Theme Park Adventure sadly said we’d never return, fairly certain that we wouldn’t even have that choice after such a disastrous first season for the new SoCal haunt in Bellflower. What a difference a year has made…

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