For the last five years, the Season Pass Podcast has recorded a plethora of in-park podcasts devoted to the people, haunts and screams of Halloween in theme parks, and over the last two years TSPP has taken it to extremes!  Because of the growing popularity of Halloween events in theme parks and the heavy demand from audience around the world, TSPP continues to expand and dig deeper into what is now the most profitable season in the themed entertainment universe.  This year will be the most intense and exhausting Halloween coverage for the ambitious podcasters with interviews and environment audio experience from multiple parks including Universal Studios Hollywood, California’s Great America, Six Flags Discovery Kingdom, and the official home park of the Season Pass, Knott’s Scary Farm.

For now, take a journey back to 2012 and listen to TSPP’s coverage on Knott’s 40th Haunt and Universal Studios Hollywood: Halloween Horror Nights.  Warning: Because of the mature atmosphere of haunts at the parks, these shows can be a little risque at times and there is a large amount of cuts and bleeps used throughout these episodes.

KNOTTS HAUNT: Behind the Scenes of TRAPPED

Knott’s 40th Haunt Part 1

Knotts 40th Haunt Part 2

Universal Studios Hollywood’s Halloween Horror Nights


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Doug Barnes is a Life Long Fan of Theme Parks and Roller Coasters as well as a fan of Podcasting. Doug has spent his entire life living and meandering under the California sky; regularly attending many parks including Disneyland, DCA, Universal Studios Hollywood, Knott's Berry Farm, Six Flags Magic Mountain, Six Flags Discovery Kingdom (AKA-Marine World), California's Great America (AKA-PGA), and more. Doug has toured all over the country in search of Great Themed Recreational Fun including Florida, Ohio, Texas, Nevada, Indiana, Virginia, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Missouri & more. Aside from his duties as master of ceremonies for the MiceChat Podcast, Doug owns the critically acclaimed Season Pass Podcast: