KANSAS CITY, US. – As darkness falls, the midways of Worlds of Fun transform into the sinister Halloween Haunt! Halloween Haunt expands to 13 Extreme Haunts with two new extreme haunts guaranteed to terrorize and explore your deepest, darkest fears
Blood on the Bayou – a NEW Extreme Haunt in 2015 – Beware of the cursed mansion on the hill where troubled spirits use Voodoo curses to possess innocent souls and search for their next victims.
Don’t get Hexed as the Witch of the East and the West and their band of maniacal monkeys spread their wickedness onto the midways
“Halloween Haunt at Worlds of Fun is like no other Halloween experience,” said Brent Barr, Corporate Director of Entertainment, “we dress up over 500 screamsters in Hollywood caliber makeup whose sole purpose is to torment and terrorize the patrons of Worlds of Fun.”
Blood on the Bayou and Hexed join a chilling list of attractions: Miss Lizzie’s Chamber of Horrors, Zombie High, Asylum Island, Lore of the Vampire, BloodShed, London Terror, Outlaws Revenge, CarnEvil and CornStalkers combined with over 40 thrill rides at night making Worlds of Fun truly the Midwest’s Largest Halloween event.
Make the most of Halloween Haunt with Fright Lane Plus with Skeleton Key. Skeleton Key rooms are designed to test the boundaries of your worst fears through interactive experiences. There is a Skeleton Key room in six of our most Extreme Haunts including the new Blood on the Bayou and a new room in Lore of the Vampire!
Returning to Halloween Haunt is Ed Alonzo’s Psycho Circus of Magic & Mayhem. This ‘misfit of magic’ from NBC’s Saved By The Bell, is guaranteed to horrify, disgust, and make audiences laugh with his sickening stunts, bizarre shock magic, and revolting, gory fun.
Halloween Haunt starts on Saturday, September 19 and runs through October 31, with Scare-Free activities every Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. ending on November 1. Halloween Haunt is frightening after 6:30 p.m. Extreme Haunts are not recommended for guests younger than 14 years of age.