|By PR Newswire||
|August 13, 2014 01:18 PM EDT||
BUENA PARK, Calif., Aug. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- This year's Knott's Scary Farm conjures up unprecedented experiences and show-stopping entertainment, including the debut of Special Ops: Infected, where guests fight zombies in an interactive six-acre war, and the return of Elvira – Mistress of the Dark in an all-new stage show. Event Images.
Special Ops: Infected: This ambitious new attraction is the first of its kind in North America and will challenge guests to exterminate the infestation of zombies who threaten mankind's existence. Armed with specially designed laser guns, brave groups of Knott's Scary Farm guests will embark on missions, led by their bold Squad Leader.
Back by overwhelming demand for 2014 is Elvira – the legendary Mistress of the Dark. Elvira will headline her all new show Elvira's Big Top, twice nightly for the entire run of Knott's Scary Farm. Elvira becomes the Ring-Mistress of the Park as she hosts a circus carnival of macabre freaks and sinister side show acts. The show also features The Academy of Villains, who return to the stage in 2014 fresh off their appearance on Fox's So You Think You Can Dance?
Three new terrifying attractions will debut this year, with more astounding special effects and richer back stories than ever. These new mazes complement the horrific line-up of seven returning haunted attractions; grand total of 10 haunted attractions. 2014's newest nightmares include:
Voodoo: Trudge cautiously through the cursed swamps of the Deep South, where guests must choose their path from a number of foreboding choices, resulting in a different terrifying outcome with each journey into the swamp.
The Tooth Fairy: This twisted tooth fairy steals more than 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 final encounter with the massive tooth fairy and more.
Trapped: Lock and Key: This year Trapped returns with more rooms, intricate puzzles and a shocking finale more extreme than any experience ever presented at Knott's Scary Farm. Trapped is not for the squeamish as the challenges are darker and more terrifying than any that have come before. (Additional fee and reservation required.)
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