Haunted Hornet Returns to the San Francisco Bay this Halloween Season

The Bay Area's Most Anticipated Haunted Attraction - Haunted Hornet - Returns to the Historic Aircraft Carrier USS Hornet, Located in the San Francisco Bay

NOW HEAR THIS, NOW HEAR THIS!  It was announced today that Alameda will be seeing strange creatures on the pier near the USS Hornet; when the heavy fog rolls back into the bay area this fall, something will have taken up residence on one of the Navy's most haunted aircraft carriers. 

As Haunted Hornet's story goes, in 1975, five years after being decommissioned, the USS Hornet was modified to undergo a top secret mission to the Bermuda Triangle.  After six months at sea, they finally found...something.  What they found wreaked havoc on the ship and her instruments, so the mission was scrubbed and Hornet returned to her decommissioned status at Alameda Point. Only now have we been able to access areas of the ship that were affected.  What did they find? Where did it come from? Come see for yourself onboard Haunted Hornet! 

"We are extremely thrilled to bring back this one of a kind event" said Joshua Overturf, "We're bringing you to a new level in fear."  Haunted Hornet is a high impact, actor driven, and immersive seasonal Halloween attraction held on board the Historic Aircraft Carrier USS Hornet which is located on Alameda, in the San Francisco bay.  Recently rated number 23 on a list of "Must See Haunted Attractions" across the U.S. by TheScareFactor.com, listed as the "Number One Haunt to see in Northern California as well as being included in the Fascinating World of Random book "The Fright Seekers Guide to Random Haunts ...And Other Horrific Things." ScareCo. is excited to launch the 2016 Halloween season with its Grand Opening of the Haunted Hornet on Saturday, October 8th following Fleet Week in Alameda, California. 

The Haunted Hornet will bring you ON BOARD the historic aircraft carrier USS Hornet, and send you through several areas of the ship decorated in ways like you have never seen them before!  Each space is packed with special effects and talented actors that will both amaze and terrify customers over and over again.  There will be zombies, monsters, creatures and more thrills than ever ready to scare patrons out of their minds and overload their senses.  

ScareCo, Inc. kicks off its Halloween season Saturday October 8th.  Normal operation is Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from October 8th through October 31st 2016.  The event is open from 7:00pm - 11:00pm on Sundays, and 7:00pm - Midnight on Fridays and Saturdays. A single ticket for Haunted Hornet is $30, but prices go up to $35 starting Saturday October 23rd through Halloween, and offer group discounts for groups of 12 or more.  A percentage of each ticket goes directly back into the funding for the USS Hornet Sea, Air and Space museum and the refurbishment of the ship. 

Tickets for the Haunted Hornet can be purchased online at www.hauntedhornet.com or in cash at the ticket booth. 

Showcasing the latest techniques in scare tactics and digital technology, ScareCo, Inc. was founded in 2014 by Joshua Overturf and a business partner, Alex Riner-Willens.  ScareCo, Inc. is quickly coming together in leading the nation in fear creation with some of the scariest, most realistic events as well as using unique and historic locations for their haunted attractions, as well as providing seasonal employment to a cast and crew of over 70 employees in a fun, exciting and stimulating environment.  In 2014, ScareCo produced Platform 13, a Haunted Attraction in West Oakland at the Historic 16th Street Station.  Although ScareCo, Inc. is a family owned and operated attraction, it is not recommended for small children or those under 10. 

Halloween is Joshua's first love and as a young teen Josh started out with making masks and creating very successful haunted houses in his garage.  Moving through his career, Josh has worked with several professional haunts including those produced by The Boy Scouts of America, Knott's "Scary" Farm as well as Universal Studios.  In 1996, Josh teamed up with The Haunted Hotel, Inc. in San Diego, and in 2006 became their Director of Operations.  After nearly a decade of screams in San Diego, Josh and his business partner created a frightening new venture aimed at bringing the best of "Fear" to the Bay Area.  

Headquartered in Alameda, CA, ScareCo, Inc's website is officially released and waiting for all the living to log on and get more information at www.hauntedhornet.com.

Make sure to also visit Haunted Hornet on their social media pages!
FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/ScareCoInc
INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/hauntedhornet
TWITTER: https://twitter.com/ScareCo