6716 131st Place Southeast, Snohomish, WA, United States
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Sailors Grave Haunt™ is a Halloween yard display in Snohomish, Washington benefiting Seattle Children’s Hospital. It is inspired by Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean ride and features a haunted pirate ship, skeleton crew, “firing” cannons, numerous animatronics, quality audio, and digital projection effects. Come on out on Sunday nights in October, see the effects shows, and splice the mainbrace in your favorite pirate garb!

 

Tuesday December 25th, 2018 - 7:09 pm

Merry Christmas from Sailors Grave Haunt! ... See MoreSee Less

Merry Christmas from Sailors Grave Haunt!

Monday November 12th, 2018 - 5:57 pm

Check out video of this year's Halloween display courtesy of Timothy Kirk. This year, we had four animatronics, "firing" cannons, our twinkling treasure chest, and many more goodies. Despite the light rain and midweek holiday, we entertained hundreds of trick-or-treaters from around the community. ... See MoreSee Less

2018 Halloween Display
Sailors Grave Haunt is asking for donations.
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Sunday November 4th, 2018 - 9:40 pm

A huge huzzah to all our fans. We collected $25 in doubloons last month and will be matching that to donate $50 to Seattle Children’s Hospital in the name of Sailors Grave Haunt. Thank you for all the donations and kind words! Feel free to click the Donate button below to donate directly to Seattle Children’s. ... See MoreSee Less

A huge huzzah to all our fans. We collected $25 in doubloons last month and will be matching that to donate $50 to Seattle Children’s Hospital in the name of Sailors Grave Haunt. Thank you for all the donations and kind words! Feel free to click the Donate button below to donate directly to Seattle Children’s.

Tuesday October 30th, 2018 - 10:30 pm

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Tuesday October 30th, 2018 - 10:29 pm

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Tuesday October 30th, 2018 - 10:28 pm

Sailors Grave Haunt is up and running! Will we see you tomorrow on Halloween night? Trick or treaters welcome from 5:30 pm. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Looks great as always! Happy Halloween from the Bothell House of Horrors! 🎃☠️☠️☠️🎃

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Monday June 11th, 2018 - 9:36 pm

Check out the new POTC ride scenes in 4K![4K] FULL Pirates of the Caribbean Ride with New scenes at Disneyland. There's no longer Davy Jones mist projection instead there's now a cool split skeleton... ... See MoreSee Less

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Tuesday November 7th, 2017 - 1:07 am

We want to give a big huzzah and thank ye to everyone who came out on Halloween night for another successful show. We have put away all the props and decorations and close the coffin once again on Sailors Grave Haunt. Although we didn’t put out the donation chest this year, we are proud to say we will be making another annual donation to Seattle Children’s Hospital in the name of Sailors Grave Haunt. Till next year! ... See MoreSee Less

Tuesday October 31st, 2017 - 5:42 pm

Wishin' you and yer crew a very Happy Halloween! ... See MoreSee Less

Wishin you and yer crew a very Happy Halloween!
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Saturday March 18th, 2017 - 4:53 pm

Happy 50th anniversary to the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction!

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Yo ho, yo ho! It's the anniversary of Pirates of the Caribbean at Disneyland! ☠️
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Wednesday March 15th, 2017 - 2:26 pm

Some interesting trivia about the Pirates of the Caribbean Disneyland attraction:
-POTC was originally conceived as a walk-through attraction.
-One working name for the attraction in the early stages was "Pirates of the Spanish Main."
-The only scene in POTC that was created as full mock-up was the auction scene.
-Two 21-degree drops were required at the beginning of the ride to take guests underground and into the main show building located beyond the berm of the park.
-The "Take a Wench for a Bride" sign was created to justify the auctioning of women in the auction scene.
-Actual skeletons were used in the original grotto scenes because Imagineers were not satisfied with the quality of the faux skeletons. These were later replaced with plastic "bucky" skeletons.
-The "firewater" liquid "pouring" down the throat of the skeleton in the bar scene was achieved using a twisting piece of plastic.
-The portrait of the redheaded woman is a portrait of the redheaded woman being auctioned later in the ride after she has acclimated to a lifestyle with pirates many years later.
-The painting protruding from the sack of treasure along the upramp is a reproduction of Peter Ustinov as Edward "Blackbeard" Teach in the Disney film Blackbeard's Ghost.
-It was the last attraction personally overseen by Walt Disney.
-The fire effects in the Burning Town scene were so realistic that prior to the attraction’s grand opening, the Anaheim Fire Chief asked that the effects automatically shut off in the event of a real fire.
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Some interesting trivia about the Pirates of the Caribbean Disneyland attraction:
-POTC was originally conceived as a walk-through attraction. 
-One working name for the attraction in the early stages was Pirates of the Spanish Main. 
-The only scene in POTC that was created as full mock-up was the auction scene.
-Two 21-degree drops were required at the beginning of the ride to take guests underground and into the main show building located beyond the berm of the park.
-The Take a Wench for a Bride sign was created to justify the auctioning of women in the auction scene. 
-Actual skeletons were used in the original grotto scenes because Imagineers were not satisfied with the quality of the faux skeletons. These were later replaced with plastic bucky skeletons. 
-The firewater liquid pouring down the throat of the skeleton in the bar scene was achieved using a twisting piece of plastic. 
-The portrait of the redheaded woman is a portrait of the redheaded woman being auctioned later in the ride after she has acclimated to a lifestyle with pirates many years later. 
-The painting protruding from the sack of treasure along the upramp is a reproduction of Peter Ustinov as Edward Blackbeard Teach in the Disney film Blackbeards Ghost. 
-It was the last attraction personally overseen by Walt Disney.
-The fire effects in the Burning Town scene were so realistic that prior to the attraction’s grand opening, the Anaheim Fire Chief asked that the effects automatically shut off in the event of a real fire.

Wednesday March 15th, 2017 - 2:11 pm

Here is the original Pirates of the Caribbean ride audio recorded by the legendary Paul Frees and J. Pat O'Malley that was to be used in the Skeleton Grotto but never was. You can hear this audio at Sailors Grave Haunt on All Hallow's Eve.A completed narration track intended to be heard in the caves of the Skeleton Grotto, but never used in the attraction. Voices performed by J. Pat O'Malley a... ... See MoreSee Less

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very cool.

Monday February 6th, 2017 - 11:58 am

Enjoyed a little bit of snow overnight ... See MoreSee Less

Enjoyed a little bit of snow overnight

 

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Nice

very cool,love it.

Saturday December 24th, 2016 - 8:05 pm

Merry Christmas from our (haunted) house to yours! ... See MoreSee Less

Merry Christmas from our (haunted) house to yours!

 

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very awsome, cool.

Thursday November 24th, 2016 - 7:51 pm

Happy Thanksgiving from Sailors Grave Haunt! ... See MoreSee Less

Happy Thanksgiving from Sailors Grave Haunt!

Monday November 14th, 2016 - 9:21 pm

Once again, Sailors Grave Haunt collected many a doubloon and will be making another annual donation to Seattle Children's Hospital. Thank you all who donated! ... See MoreSee Less

Once again, Sailors Grave Haunt collected many a doubloon and will be making another annual donation to Seattle Childrens Hospital. Thank you all who donated!
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