A decade of scaring people in Preston is being marked as Scare Kingdom returns to the outskirts of the city.Advertisement
Voted as the UK’s Best Halloween Attraction by TripAdvisor the scare attraction is back at Mrs Dowson’s farm just off the A59 near Samlesbury.
This year’s Halloween experience combines seven different scares with the re-invented Manormortis haunted house opening in October.
INew rooms are promised re-creating an authentic Victorian mansion with 20 chambers include the Dungeon, Conservatory and Hall of Torture.
Director at Scare Kingdom Eric Dowson said: “We make changes to all our experiences every year, but with the re-invention of our haunted mansion attraction, we are really giving people what they have asked for – more scares, more fun and added fright factor.”
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The attraction runs from Friday 5 October to Saturday 4 November and costs £18 per person.
Creative director Jason Karl said: “For our tenth year of fear our headlining Manormortis attraction is being presented in a new way, with new chambers of fear for guests to explore. Across the park we have zombies, serial killers and a satanic cult who are ready and waiting to give guests something really scary to scream about.”
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