Friday 25 to Thursday 31 October 2019Editor's Choice
Expect a night full of spooks, thrills and terrifying surprises when FearFest-Evil returns to Chepstow this Halloween, featuring everything from chilling performances to heart-pounding scare zones.
Taking place at the National Diving and Activity Centre on selected dates from Friday 11 to Thursday 31 October 2019, Fear-Fest Evil will be sending shivers down spines in this fully immersive and interactive terror attraction.
SoGlos has rounded up what to expect below.
Promising pure terror, FearFest-Evil will feature multiple scare zones spread across a disused limestone quarry, historic railway line and forgotten woodland, with plenty of terrifying surprises along the way including gruesome characters and spooky surprises…
The House of Horrors is full of constricting corridors and hidden chambers, with brave explorers encountering terror in their quest to escape the decaying house…
Meanwhile, Tales of the Dark features a twisting forest of gnarled trees which form a horrifying maze, where explorers’ hearts will be racing as they step inside the woods wondering whether they’ll ever make it out.
For those who survive the scare zones, there’ll be live music every night in the Water View Marquee; offering the chance to celebrate surviving, drink and dance the night away.
Meanwhile the View Café Bar will be open throughout the night, ensuring that thrill seekers stay fuelled during the festivities. Enjoy tasty hot and cold food, as well as a fully licensed bar; and relax in the decked seating areas with a tipple in hand.
Only the bravest will want to take on the Hangman’s Swing which is 245 feet in the air or the 700 metre Death Slide which will soar across the depths of the quarry lake.
If you’re feeling brave enough, head to fearfest-evil.co.uk directly.
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