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Pitch Black…Panic Attack

Pitch Black…Panic Attack

As a pre Christmas special event Spookers are putting on a night to remember; Spookers Haunted House in Total Darkness, meaning Total Terror.

This special event is for 1 night ONLY, Thursday 29th November, starting at 9pm with the last entry at 10.30pm.

50 actors will be waiting in total darkness. All the sound effects and SFX makeup and costuming will be there, but the lights will be turned off. Each group will receive 1 glow-stick to share, and then Spookers TURNS OUT the lights!

Pitch Black…Panic Attack is strictly R.16 and is $25 pp. A $40 ticket is also available for Pitch Black Panic Attack, Disturbia and Claustrophobia.

Disturbia and Claustrophobia will be open, but with normal lighting for those that just can’t cope.

The themed Spookers Bar and the café will be open.

Cell phones will be collected and stored securely in named bags for picking up at the end of the experience. (No spoil sports to ruin the terrifying fun)

www.spookers.co.nz

ENDS

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