Upon entering this psychological attraction that offers a journey of the mind, visitors will be asked to put on a hood to limit their ability to see. They will then follow a rope through several shipping containers and will experience the element extremes of earth, wind, fire and. They may feel like they are being circled by a swarm of bees, or in the middle of a tornado. Visitors will have to heighten their senses of touch, smell and hearing. It is similar to the TV show Total Blackout.
“At Woods of Terror you are getting the real experience. We try to outdo ourselves every year and that’s what keeps people coming back,” says Eddie McLaurin, Woods of Terror owner. “This year’s Black Out is no different. It offers a sensory experience that’s like no other. People trust us to offer them a thrill they won’t soon forget. Plus, we have all our favorite haunts that visitors come back to see year after year.”
Woods of Terror was named Best Haunted House in North Carolina by Haunted House.com, and it was selected as one of the 11 best haunts in the country by Reader’s Digest. MSN has also consistently ranked the attraction as one of its Top 20 haunts in the U.S.
It takes more than 100 actors and 130 total staff with years of experience to pull off such a great production. Every year, thousands of visitors from all over the Southeast seek out chills and thrills at Woods of Terror. It is considered one of the most successful haunted attractions in the country featuring lavish, Hollywood-style special effects.
One of the biggest factors in making the trail as scary as possible is the characters, particularly their appearances. Whether the character is a pirate or a zombie, the behind-the-scenes work in making the character look as realistic as possible can take hours to complete.
Dates: Friday, September 27- Saturday, November 2
(Ticket booth opens at 6:30)
Opens at 7:00p.m. – Show closes when the last person goes through
--General admission tickets on Fridays and Saturdays & Halloween are $25.
--General admission tickets on Sunday through Thu are $15.
--Woods of Terror is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays except for Halloween week
--Those wishing to avoid waiting can purchase Fast Passes for $25 Sunday and Thursday, $35 Friday, Saturdays and Halloween night
--Groups of 15 or more can purchase discounted tickets in advance by calling the box office. Discounts cannot be combined.
--Woods of Terror is located (http://www.woodsofterror.com/
Woods of Terror is a haunted attraction created for adults. Therefore, it is not recommended for children under the age thirteen without a parent. No child will be admitted who is under age of five. Woods of Terror is one of the best haunted attraction values around, with almost 60 minutes of an interactive show for one ticket price. Find out more at www.woodsofterror.com