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A Frightful Night at Niles Haunted HouseArts and Entertainment, Community, Feature September 21, 2015 Comments Off on A Frightful Night at Niles Haunted House
by Olivia Thomas
Expect the unexpected! This phrase definitely comes in handy when visiting one of the scariest places around, The Niles Haunted House Scream Park.
This year they have built 2 haunted houses, a haunted hayride, and a field of screams. The theme this year for the haunted house, Kingdom’s End, is anything and everything Stephen King. A new 3D house called House of Horror has been added to the park for even more fun.
Some of the movies included in the Stephen King theme are The Shining, The Green Mile, Creepshow, The Stand, Misery, and many more depending on which way you turn in the dark, winding corridors, of the Kingdom’s End area of the Ashes to Ashes Haunted House.
You can easily get lost in the darkness of the haunted house, Ashes to Ashes. If you are looking for more light with the same creepiness and a touch of clowns, go to the House of Horror 3D. The workers will give you 3D glasses at the door to make the bright, neon, 3D paint splattered throughout the house stand out.
If you don’t like haunted houses at all, the next attraction to go and experience would be the Field of Screams. Wear tennis shoes and be ready to run because the workers will chase you through the maze to make you scream.
A more mild attraction would be the haunted hayride which takes you along a route where things might just pop out. This attraction is made for the kids that come to the park to be as scared as any adult.
In case you get too scared inside the haunted houses, there are safety exits located throughout. Security is always on hand to open up the exit doors from the outside. Your safety is a priority at the Niles Haunted House Scream Park.
Niles will be open every Friday and Saturday in September from 8-11 starting on Sep. 12. In October, the park will be open Fridays, Saturdays from 7 to 11pm and Sunday from 7-10. The last day will be held on November 7, from 7-11pm. The final night will be a blackout night which means there will be one glowstick per group and no lights whatsoever.
What makes this park great is the many attractions it offers to the public, for both the young and the old. Are you brave enough to go and experience the Niles Haunted House Scream Park for yourself?