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Ten Thirty One Productions Expands Haunted Hayride, Reveals 2015 Themes

New York Haunted Hayride Poster 2015Ten Thirty One Productions (TTO), the worldwide leader in producing live horror attractions, will expand the most popular Halloween attraction in the country, Los Angeles Haunted Hayride, to New York City this October for the first time ever. The wildly popular attraction, annually held in Los Angeles, led Mark Cuban to make the largest investment in Shark Tank history as well as a second investment by Live Nation.  TTO will now be bringing its biggest and best scares from seven years of haunting the west coast to the east coast for the most horrifying experience in town.

“This expansion to New York City is one of the most important moments in the history of Ten Thirty One Productions, and one we’ve been planning for 4 years,” says CEO of TTO Melissa Carbone. “As a native east coaster (where the concept originated), I have a very vested interest in changing Halloween forever in New York City by bringing a completely new immersive magical world to New York.”

Located at Randall’s Island Park, which historically has been home to real-life asylums and psychiatric hospitals, New York Haunted Hayride will embark on its traditional tractor-drawn, hay-filled wagons through a high-octane fantasy world that exploits the most disturbing fears living in us all.  Patrons can expect to encounter terror from all sides and angles through enchanted Halloween portals of ghostly apparitions, demonic possessions, orphanages of burnt children, creatures of leviathan proportion, psychopathic clowns and much more. Don’t miss the most highly-anticipated Halloween attraction of the year and what’s been called “Terrifying & Awesome.”

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Great Horror Campout Presents The Strangers on June 26

The StrangersCoined “The Scariest Movie Ever Made,” The Strangers will be the featured horror film for the June 26th, Great Horror Movie Night.

Under the glow of the moon and stars, perched high above the LA skyline, horror fans will bring picnic baskets, blankets and chairs and prepare to scream their heads off as producing company Ten Thirty One Productions adds their own brand of horror by supplementing the on screen terror with some interactive real life scares taking place off the screen.

The night will start with pre-show games and festivities and will be hosted by the Great Horror Campout Headmaster, the overly confident and comedically condescending demeanored mascot of the summer event.

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Great Horror Campout 2015 Delivers Dark Humor and Filthy Fun

Great_Horror_Campout_2015_3061“Only the dawning sun… will save you.” Those are the final words campers heard this past weekend in Los Angeles as the third annual Great Horror Campout got underway in the old zoo section of Griffith Park.

About one thousand guests – campers – gathered around a stage to hear their instructions for the night, as dictated by the sharp-tongued master of ceremonies, known as the Headmaster. Once camp orientation was complete, the excited campers made their way into the chilled night to participate in various challenges, and the signature attraction of the event – the Hell Hunt, a several-hour period that combines odd and sometimes gross group participation events with a physical scavenger hunt of sorts. The prizes are S.C.A.G. (Shit Campers All Get), and in the morning, when the event comes to a close, folks with the most S.C.A.G. points (items vary in point value) win the title of Hellmaster, which carries perks down the line with other events held by Ten Thirty One Productions.

2015 marked the third time Theme Park Adventure has witnessed the Great Horror Campout, and its evolution here in Los Angeles. Ten Thirty One Productions is also the group that owns/develops the Los Angeles Haunted Hayride, which we have covered for years now here in Southern California. They are a tremendously fun, creative team that always strives to come up with something spooky, crazy, and fun for its guests. While they sometimes fall a bit short in execution, most of the time, they deliver and guests flock to their events by the thousands.

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TPA Visits Great Horror Campout 2015 Tonight!

Horror_Campout2014_4468Theme Park Adventure will be visiting our friends at the Great Horror Campout tonight in Los Angeles, located in the old zoo section of Griffith Park!

The Great Horror Campout is one of the large-scale events put on by Ten Thirty One Productions, a Los Angeles-based company that also owns and operates the wildly-popular Los Angeles Haunted Hayride each Halloween season. Theme Park Adventure has worked very closely for many years with this team, and has unparalleled access to their events, bringing images and video to horror experience fans around the world.

Tonight, Theme Park Adventure continues that proud tradition as we venture into the darkness of Griffith Park to witness yet another Great Horror Campout event up-close and very personally! We will be live tweeting from the event, and if signal permits, we will also Periscope from the event – a first for us (to be honest, the cell signal in Griffith Park may prohibit streaming video, but we will try our best).

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Great Horror Campout Movie Night 3 Tickets Now on Sale

Great-Horror-Campout-Movie-Night (2)The Great Horror Campout which debuted in 2013 as a 12-hour overnight immersive horror camping adventure will feature the mega-horror classic Nightmare On Elm Street, Dream Warriors at their recently launched outdoor horror movie night hosted by none other than the Great Horror Campout, Camp Headmaster.

The Great Horror Campout Movie Nights have been a smashing success with the prior two events selling out in a matter of days.  The company has also announced that this third event will change venues to Elysian Park in an effort to keep the environment interesting and repeat movie goers, engaged.

“We want guests who have attended a prior event to be surprised, startled, and scared.  Changing the environment periodically allows us to keep the fun unpredictable.” says Melissa Carbone, Ten Thirty One Productions / CEO.

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