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Experience the Theatre of Terror this Halloween

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At South Pasadena’s Fremont Centre Theatre this Halloween, join spooks and ghouls for a night to remember. The Theatre of Terror Haunted House event takes place in the historic building itself, where ancient rumor says the site is haunted by the ghosts of its former occupation – as a mortuary. Theatre meets the macabre as shows are performed in rooms where family members would once have gathered to view the remains of their deceased loved ones. This setting provides the perfect background to one of the most frightening haunts in the area.  Pasadena is just a few minutes away from Burbank, so if you’re staying at a hotel in Burbank then make sure to attend this fun event with the family.

Held between 6:30pm and 11pm on set nights during October and early November, the Theatre of Terror Haunted House is a night to remember. Parents are advised that it is an environment of extreme fear and anxiety and as such, it is not recommended for children under the age of 13. Opening night is Saturday 19th of October, then the Theatre of Terror Haunted House is open Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights of the next two weekends (closing November 2nd). All tickets purchased at the box office of a night will be honored, hence the event does not close until all visitors have completed their exploration. Guests who are too frightened to complete the tour can be escorted out by a member of staff but will not receive a refund!

The team behind the Theatre of Terror Haunted House have put together scenes from people’s worst nightmares to create the most horrifying atmosphere imaginable. Using various effects and psychological weapons, visitors might be asked to walk through complete and total darkness, squeeze through narrow spaces into unknown rooms, navigate over uneven paths or bump into walls – accompanied by strobe lighting, loud and sudden noises and live actors set on frightening all who enter. The whole layout has been specifically designed to test the nerves of all who dare visit.

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