Join Deirdre Dagata and HOT 96.9 on Friday, October 26th aboard Ghost Ship Harbor. Come party in your wildest costume, there will be up to $1,000 in prizing split up for our winners.
Ghost Ship Harbor is an immersive haunted attraction brought to you from the creator of the Fright Dome Las Vegas, Jason Egan and Immersive Productions based in Boston. Last year Frightdome was ranked #2 on Travel Channels list of the scariest haunts in the US and #3 in USA today. Now it's time to bring that world class attraction to New England! We searched for a long time (4 years) to finda place that would be worthy of a creating a world class haunt. The USS Salem is the perfect iconic location. It is already haunted (ghost hunters did an episode on it in 2009), it's creepy in the middle of the day, and it's an amazing piece of history. We are excited to bring this event to New England and will continue to work effortlessly in creating an event that will amazingly scary!
DEAR DIARY: Ghost Ship Harbor is civilization's last hope, at least that's what we're hearing. It's the only opportunity for survival from the virus that has taken over, so we are heading there. This virus has been spreading rapidly and can't be stopped. It does terrible things to people, unspeakable things. My heart hurts for all of the things I have seen and been through. The only way to survive is to try and get as far away from it as possible. That is why everyone is heading to the USS Salem docked in Quincy, MA. The ship is waiting at the docks until October 31st and then it will be gone. We have to get there before it leaves, it's our only hope.....
There are a few different ways to get to Ghost Ship Harbor.
- Take a free Lyft ride with this code
- Drive and park ($5 parking fee)
- Take Public Transportation
- United States Naval Ship Building Museum
- USS SALEM
- 549 south street
- Quincy, MA 02169
By Public Transportation:
Take the MBTA red line subway Braintree train to Quincy Center. Exit the station toward Hancock Street. Take bus 220, 221 or 222 to the rotary at the foot of the Fore River Bridge. Walk carefully through the parking lot to the USS Salem. The subway fare booth will make change.