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Sinister Pointe’s Annual Holiday Haunt Mischief Returns

Looking for some frightful chills and screams this holiday season? Look no further than Sinister Pointe’s 4th Annual Not So Merry Holiday Haunt located this year in Fullerton, CA, not far from Disneyland and Knott’s Berry Farm.

Sinister Pointe is advertised and known for being an interactive haunt.

That makes it distinctive because at certain points throughout the maze, the guest decides which route to follow.

I attended the holiday haunt a couple of years ago and we were actually able to follow the scariest route because one of the monsters asked us if we wanted the scariest or not as scary pathway.

This year, the event “breaks off at various points into 2 different mini experiences,” according to Sinister Pointe’s website.

Tickets start off at $22 for general admission and that guarantees one walk-through. General Admission tickets with a “SCREAM Pass” are available for $34 and that allows one walk-through but with front of the line access. For only $32, guests can experience the event all night with unlimited access. If you’d like to enjoy the maze all night without waiting in line, purchase the “All Night Admission with SCREAM Pass” for $44.

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(Photo Courtesy of Sinister Pointe’s Facebook)

Act quickly and get in your last screams of 2016 because this haunt’s last nights of operation are tonight, December 16 and tomorrow, December 17. The event starts at 7pm and closes at 12am. Since holiday-themed haunts are pretty sparse, there’s a possibility Sinister Pointe’s Annual Holiday Haunt might sell out. Tickets can be bought online or at the door if tickets are still available.

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(Photo Courtesy of Sinister Pointe’s Facebook)

The haunt recommends their guests be 18 or older to visit because of the mature content. They will have a “very rude, crude and perverted Santa Claus” that guests can have their photo taken with. If he’s anything like the Santa from their event I previously attended, he certainly is “crude” but it’s nothing too bad. All sales are final and no refunds will be given if guests are too scared or offended. They will be open rain or shine and they also have free parking.

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(Photo Courtesy of Sinister Pointe’s Facebook)

What: Sinister Pointe’s Annual Holiday Haunt

When: Friday, December 16, 2016 and Saturday, December 17, 2016

Time: 7pm – 12am

Where: 1851 W Orangethorpe Ave. Fullerton, CA 92833

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