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Screemers: A Evening Not For The Faint of Heart
Being a pretty big baby when it comes to scary things, I’ve never been one to throw myself behind scary movies or voluntarily attend haunted houses. However, I am a proponent for stepping out of your comfort zone so when I was invited to Screemers on Friday night, I decided to step out!
I walked through the doors to a wide-open space and was immediately scared by 6 different haunted houses as well as a gamut of different games and interactive events. As I made my way over to the Vampire Lounge (a full bar and seating area) I passed one of the interactive games which getting into a coffin and being “buried alive” for 4 minutes. I obviously passed on this one, but I know there are people who would like it!
After a few drinks in The Vampire Lounge I decided I was ready and headed through a couple different houses. There seemed to be something that appealed to everyone’s worst nightmares. The dark, an asylum, a tripped out alice and wonderland sort of place and a few others.
I was able to get through the houses mainly because Valtorontogal walked in front of our group. In this set up, she was scared first, so by the time I got there I knew what was coming. For those who enjoy a good scare, this is likely not the best way to experience the houses but for those of us that are easily scared…it worked perfectly!
If you’re looking for things to do leading up to Halloween or if you’re just looking for a fun night out with friends I would definitely do this again. At $23.50 for at least 6 haunted houses, that means it’s only $3.90 per scare. That’s WAY Less than watching a scary movie and much more interactive:)
Screemers is on for the next few weekends. Click here to buy tickets!