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Scare Kingdom attraction returns to Preston in October

Posted on - 18th September, 2014 - 12:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Events, Grimsargh, Things To Do
One of the cast you might meet inside Scare Kingdom

One of the cast you might meet inside Scare Kingdom

One of the UK’s scariest attractions is preparing to open on the outskirts of Preston.

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Scare Kingdom returns for a sixth year to scare the life out of Prestonians.

Thousands of visitors are expected to brave the scare experience which makes you work your way through a maze of actors telling you their tales in a sickening plot line.

Jason Karl, chief creative executive for AtmosFear! Scare Entertainment, who run the attraction, said: “We have spent the last six months thinking outside the coffin to make sure that 2014 is our scariest season yet. With our brand new Manormortis attraction and our infamous and unique Psychomanteum, guests in 2014 are in for a shocking and terrifying journey.”

The controversial Psychomaneteum attraction, which provides a psycho-sexual experience, is also back for a second year.

The scream park is locted at Hawkshaw Farm Park, off the A59 between Preston and Blackburn.

Saturday 4 October is the first entry into Scare Kingdom, and prices start from £14.50. It runs until Saturday 8 November.

Watch a trailer for the Scare Kingdom scare park below, if you’re on our app click here to watch

Unaccompanied children under 14 years old are not allowed to enter and youngsters between 14 and 18 must be accompanied by an adult in a ratio of one youngster to one adult.

More information on the Scare Kingdom website.

Have you been to Scare Kingdom before? What did you think? Let us know in the comments below

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