Shocking scares and gruesome ghouls are just some of the gory reasons why the Rare Breeds Centre, near Ashford, is urging visitors not to search YouTube for their terrifying Halloween video – unless they are exceptionally brave.
The shocking short film, found by searching ‘Halloween 2012 Rare Breeds Centre’ on YouTube, highlights the terror to be found at the Woodchurch attraction on Fright Nights, October 26, 27, 29, 30, and 31 from 6.30pm to 10pm.
The frightening footage offers a petrifying peek at the horrors awaiting visitors, aged 12 and over, as they make their way through the Rare Breeds Centre’s woods. It shows a scythe-wielding demon, howling skeletons, demented witches, flesh-creeping zombies and blood-splattered ghosts – all to the soundtrack of genuine, spine-chilling screams.
Gill Gibb, chief executive of Canterbury Oast Trust, the charity which runs the centre, said: “Our Fright Nights are not for the faint-hearted. As visitors can see from the YouTube video, there are plenty of scares, shocks and chills. You have been warned!”
Scary stilt-walkers, terrifying trailer rides and fearsome fire displays are some of the other things people can expect, as well as walking through the Boo Tunnel and watching Scary Theatre.
And if it all gets too much then there’s a chance to enjoy some refreshments in the Witch’s Hut.
Visitors are reminded not to let their guard down – the ‘Scare’ Breeds Centre is promising some truly shocking surprises, not to be revealed until the Fright Nights.
Younger members of the family can enjoy the Halloween celebrations with some daytime Fear & Fun, held from October 27 to November 2, from 10.30am to 4.30pm.
They can watch the Devil’s pig race, take part in some fearful fancy dress, see the play, Little Red Riding Hood, visit the Boo Tunnel and try the Spooky Trail.
Tickets for Fright Night are £12.95 for adults and £10.95 for ages 12 to 16 on Monday, October 29 and Tuesday, October 30; and £14.95 for adults and £11.95 for ages 12 to 16 on Friday, October 26; Saturday, October 27 and Wednesday, October 31.
Normal admission prices apply for Fear & Fun. They are £9.95 adults, £8.50 seniors and children £8. A family ticket, comprising, two adults and two children, is £28.