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Queen Mary's Dark Harbor 2013 

October 7, 2013
This past Thursday marked the beginning of Queen Mary's annual Dark Harbor event, welcoming guests to experience a new circus of five daring mazes (with two on the Mary), a zipline, ferris wheel and live entertainment. The Ringmaster orchestrates the event, alongside The Captain, Graceful Gale, Scary Mary, and over 100 other macabre monsters spooking attendees at every turn. Dark Harbor is open to the public for 17 evenings between October 3 and November 2. All photos by Kelsee Becker.
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This past Thursday marked the beginning of Queen Mary's annual Dark Harbor event, welcoming guests to experience a new circus of five daring mazes (with two on the Mary), a zipline, ferris wheel and live entertainment. The Ringmaster orchestrates the event, alongside The Captain, Graceful Gale, Scary Mary, and over 100 other macabre monsters spooking attendees at every turn. Dark Harbor is open to the public for 17 evenings between October 3 and November 2. All photos by Kelsee Becker.
Published on October 7, 2013

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