Dark Harvest Haunted Attraction
Dark Harvest has teamed up with Pirates Cave, formally a home haunt in the city of Orange. to create our haunted attraction called "Shady Pines Asylum." This is Dark Harvest's 7th year as a pro haunt, and Pirates Cave's first. Come out and experience a haunted walkthrough attraction created for the communities of Orange County. We plan to have 25 actors at the event, high-tech scares, and spooky sets. The highlight of the event will be a simulated elevator ride created by Pirate's Cave Productions. This elevator will be a very exciting, immersive experience, as well as provide some entertaining videos for your story.
Thursday, October 13, 6:30 - 11:00 pm
Dark Harvest & Pirates Cave Productions would like to formally invite you to our media night on October 5 at 6:30 pm for a preview of our new haunted walk-through experience called "Shady Pines Asylum" We appreciate the coverage as well as spreading the word about us on your platform. Food and beverage will be provided for your enjoyment throughout your night with us. We plan to start walkthroughs of the haunt at 7:15 pm. We highly encourage video recording and/or photography. Admission is free. If you plan on coming or need additional information, please send us a private message on Instagram. If you can't make our official media night, let us know in advance when you might be coming out and we will do whatever we can to accommodate you. We hope you can join us this year at Dark Harvest!
This season, we are at a NEW location, 5702 E. La Palma, Anaheim, CA 92807.
Story Line of Haunt
Shady Pines Asylum is quietly nestled just outside of the national forest. Its rustic design and walking trails through the forest provide a comforting aesthetic for guests to recover and receive therapy. It’s that time again when once a year, investors are allowed to tour the facility. Dr. Bodkin, with his new Aspiration Therapy, has made great strides in our cancer serum research because of your investments. With your additional support, we hope to bring that product to market by the end of the year. We are also excited to show you our newly renovated west wing. Be sure and make your appointment now as spots fill up quickly.
Hours of Operation
Friday, October 7 (7 PM – 11 PM)
Saturday, October 8 (7 PM – 11 PM)
Sunday, October 9 (7 PM – 10 PM)
Friday, October 14 (7 PM – 11 PM)
Saturday, October 15 (7 PM – 11 PM)
Sunday, October 16 (7 PM – 10 PM)
Thursday, October 20 (7 PM – 10 PM)
Friday, October 21 (7 PM – 11 PM)
Saturday, October 22 (7 PM – 11 PM)
Sunday, October 23 (7 PM – 10 PM)
Thursday, October 28 (7 PM - 10 PM)
Friday, October 29 (7 PM – 11 PM)
Saturday, October 30 (7 PM – 11 PM)
Sunday, October 31 (7 PM – 11 PM)
Dark Harvest Media Resources
Use this link to access our Dropbox folder for media resources like our logo, current advertising artwork, videos, b-roll, pictures, as well as press release information. We will continue to update this folder throughout the season and provide a B roll of our scares to help facilitate your post-production.
Dark Harvest Information
Adam and Kerry LeBlanc were the Owner-Operators of the Fleshyard Haunted Maze. Adam is a Unix Systems Engineer by day but devotes tons of man hours to his love of all things haunted.
Since his early teens, he has been obsessed with creating mazes and scaring people. He started putting on small-scale garage haunts as a kid with some friends on his street. As an adult, that passion for creativity never left and he has done multiple events at his own house.
In 2015, he wanted to create a full-scale independent commercial haunt. 2019 was the fifth and final year doing the Fleshyard as a separate entity. In 2020, he helped create the "Harvest of Horrors" event at Frosty's Forest Pumpkin Patch in Chino. In 2021, The Fleshyard was officially rebranded as "Dark Harvest". The irony of his passion is the fact that he is VERY easy to scare and startle, so everyone loves to take advantage of it!
Pirates Cave Haunt Information
The Pirate’s Cave ended its 22-year run at our home in Orange in 2021. Our final event "The Curse of Calico Jack” earned lots of great reviews. Unfortunately, with nearly 5000 attending the event over 9 nights in 2021, we simply grew too big for the neighborhood. In 2022 we changed our name to “Pirate’s Cave Productions” and now provide event design, social media marketing, consulting, rentals, and technology integration design to other haunts and large events. We are very excited to be teaming with Dark Harvest this season to bring some of our technical scares and show moments we are known for. For more information about The Pirates Cave Haunt, visit our website.
Dave Larson, CreativeCommotion.tv
5702 E La Palma Ave, Anaheim, CA 92807