Hosting Halloween: Morey’s Fears

 


 

 

We have an exciting announcement today!

Morey’s Piers will host an epic Halloween event for the first time ever. Morey’s Fears- Terror on the Boardwalk will transform Mariner’s Landing into a nightmare for six nights in October. Aside from dark incarnations of the Sea Serpent, SuperScooters, Tea Cups, Pirates of the Wildwoods, Rollie’s Coaster and Moby Dick, look for an especially traumatizing Ghost Ship experience as well as two frightening all-new Halloween attractions that will only be available during Morey’s Fears!

There will be lots of other scary surprises too! We’re working hard to make this one of the best Halloween attractions out there. Stay tuned for more information and updates. You can also “like” Morey’s Fears- Terror on the Boardwalk on Facebook to stay in the loop.

Comments

shirleyfidelibus says:

October 14, 2011 at 8:38 pm

i think mories fears is better than sixflage they dont pumkinfunnelcake

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SeaSerpentFan says:

April 14, 2011 at 5:57 pm

I can’t wait, Morey’s!!  Sounds awesome!  Maybe this will eventually extend into a Christmas-themed event as well.  People would loooove to visit Mariner’s Landing in the winter months as well.  It eliviates the winter blues.  See you this Sunday!!!

Jessica Wiley says:

April 14, 2011 at 9:28 am

seeing the graphics and the video on the FB page, totally fascinated me. You have some very talented graphic designers on the project. The way they layer the graphics and add the colors to bring the advertisement to life, is outstanding. being a graphic designer myself, I was just fascinated by the layers, the colors and the video gives it more of an edge to the project and hoping it has a successful run this fall. I think along with the scary surprises, that maybe there be trick or treating for the children. Like at each attraction be an attendant not only running the rides, but also handing out candy to the children. Gives them something about Halloween to look forward to. Possibly costume contests for the children. Dress up the moreys characters for Hallowen. Kinda like what Hershey Park does, but by the shore. It brings more to the table and more to the families visiting during that time of year.

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