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With Halloween right around the corner, we wanted to give you some scare-worthy inspiration.
We asked a few people from GSHQ for their suggestions…
So, if you’re looking for places to scream, run, cry, and possibly wet yourself…
Screamfest: Staffordshire, UK
With five different scenarios, Screamfest is basically all your nightmares combine (you can actually enter a child’s nightmare).
So, get your ticket, and get ready to scream until you lose your voice.
Here’s what people had to say about it at GSHQ;
“I went to Screamfest on the weekend. I’m a bit of a wuss so it may just be me; but I almost wet myself/was close to tears.” – Stacey Langdon
“Terrifyingly brilliant! One attraction was a tractor ride to a haunted corn maze where you are chased with fake chain saws – I have never fun so fast!
I genuinely don’t know why I went.” – Ellie Wheeler
Frightmare: Gloucester, UK
Also complete with five different scenarios, Frightmare takes place on a farm (which is creepy enough).
You can experience anything from a haunted hayride, to a haunted mansion.
Here’s what Sean had to say at GSHQ;
“Was the worst thing I have ever done. Like so scary. Never, ever again.” - Sean Norton
Fright Night: Orlando, FL
As the night approaches, Universal Studios Florida transforms in to one of the biggest Halloween events of the year: Fright Night.
But don’t take it from us, here’s a little overview from someone who has experienced it first-hand;
“It was amazing. They have different themes in different areas. They have different houses where you all walk through in single file. When I went they had; The Walking Dead, American Horror Story, The Exorcist, and there was one where you wore 3D glasses about a high school girl who went mental.
It was terrifying but so, so fun.
My mom screamed a lot.” - Lucy Papps
Now, no one in GSHQ has actually visited this specific attraction but supposedly it is the most haunted house in the world. In fact, it was featured in the Guinness book of world records...
Saikyo Senritsu Meikyu (Labyrinth Of Fear): Japan
It’s basically a Silent Hill you can actually be part of.
It takes up to 50 minutes to make your way through the hospital, but many people drop-out midway through at the safe point locations. Unlike most haunted houses in which you have a designated route, you are free to roam the halls as you please...
Have you been? Let us know in the comments below!
Oh, and we’ll leave you on this comment from Samantha Jones at GSHQ;
“For Halloween, my friend did an escape rooms in Düsseldorf; they handcuffed her to a sink full of blood. Apparently that was pretty scary.”
Um… We think it probably was.
Need some Halloween horror movie inspiration? Check out this post here!