PRLog - Oct. 5, 2009 - Visit Scare Kingdom Scream Park on Bonfire Night, Thursday, November 5, for a fun-filled family attraction, Fireworks Phantasmagoria, featuring 'live' scare attractions, themed entertainment, professional fireworks display, bonfire and Guido Fawkes!
On November 5th 1605 Guido Fawkes tried to destroy parliament in a secret gunpowder plot.
Now he is back, centuries later, and will deliver scares with and even bigger bang for one special night at Scare Kingdom Scream Park, located at Hawkshaw Farm Park, home to Mrs Dowson's Ice Cream, Longsight Road, on the A59, Clayton le Dale, Ribble Valley, near Blackburn, Lancashire, BB2 7JA, minutes from the M6, junction 31.
Come early and stay late as evening attractions come to life for one last time this year, before Scare Kingdom closes doors to dream up new nightmare frights for Halloween 2010!
The scare attractions operating on Bonfire Night include the eight-acre cornfield attraction, Dead Alive, home to a range of creepy characters including mad Mother Strange and her long-lost son, The Pumpkin Man.
The fright fest attraction, Blood Bath, a gruesome indoor horror haunt, will also operate on the night alongside other themed entertainments including the 3D special effect projection Sir Scare-a-Lot offering 'grave' advice, the menacing Moaning Mordred, who whispers ghoulish tales and sinister gags from inside a coffin, and The Greedy Gargoyle Café, offering themed food and drinks.
All attractions are included in the Fireworks Phantasmagoria ticket price which is £12.50 per person admission, from 6.30pm until 10pm, on this night only.
Scare Kingdom Scream Park is a new family scare attraction in Lancashire and runs from October 22 until November 5 inclusive, including Halloween night, Saturday, October 31.
Further information and tickets for the Fireworks Phantasmagoria!