Written by Daniel Benson
Published on Wednesday, 05 February 2014 12:22
L'AMORTIS - HOUSE OF DARKNESS AT SCARE KINGDOM
I'm not a fan of Valentines Day, not one little bit. I won't spend any money on the commercialised tat that floods the shops each year from the middle of January up until the fateful day of the 14th February. As far as my mind is concerned, Valentines Day does not exist. However, Scare Kingdom in Lancashire (UK) is putting on an event this month that would make me reconsider my stance, and delve into my wallet to buy tickets. They're running a vampire-themed scare attraction, the first of its kind in the UK, alongside their 'official sickest UK attraction' Psychomanteum. Tickets are just £10 per person for the L'aMortis experience (suitable for all ages) and just an extra £4 to experience Psychomanteum (strictly over-18s only). Shut up and take my money.
Official details as follows:
TOTAL DARKNESS. VAMPIRES. YOU!
Let's face it, it SUCKS if you're single on Valentines night... so this year why not spend Valentines with the vampires at Scare Kingdom Scream Park, which will unlock the creaking doors of 'Manormortis' for a unique three night scare entertainment experience for singles, courageous couples and fearless families.
L'aMortis – House of Darkness 2014
Vampires from the worlds of fact and fiction, will convene at Manormortis, the UK's newest award-winning scare attraction, as a total eclipse casts the old mansion into total darkness for a sexy and spine-chilling celebration of 'Lupercalia'.
Grab hold of your beau or find a new one in the dark as you cling to each other in fear!
Professor Van Helsing will be on hand to help guests survive the terror trial in the dark, arming them with candles to explore the 24 haunted environments plagued with blood sucking beasts. Vampires from far and wide including the Transylvanian Count Dracula and the English Vampire of Croglin Low are set to attend the sordid celebration...
Psychomanteum – officially 'the UK's Sickest Attraction' will also open its doors once again for patients aged 18 and over (extra charge of £4.00 per body). Surrender to the will of the twisted Doctor Goodkind and his evil orderlies in this world-renowned psychosexual scare entertainment experience.
L'aMortis - House of Darkness opens on Thursday 13th, Friday 14th and Saturday 15th February 2014, it is located at Hawkshaw Farm Park, Longsight Road, Clayton le-Dale, Near Blackburn, Lancashire.
Tickets cost £10.00 per body and include admission to L'aMortis - House of Darkness, access to the bar and the opportunity to enter Psychomanteum (extra charge for admission). Which leaves only one question... Will you be their 'necks' victim?
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