Folklore Is A Catalyst For The Fears To Come This Halloween Season!
By: Fear Overload Scream Park
Folklore's three first-rate haunts this year are terrifyingly original and meticulously put together by the finest crew and cast a haunt could possibly ask for. First up is The Manor, a house nobody wants to call home. Decrepit, awful, and rotting, this mansion holds some of the darkest secrets the universe could possibly conjure up and swallows whoever dare set foot in its vicinities. The Manor wishes for you to stay forever and builds its strengths through your fears and misery, something that will become somewhat of a running theme throughout the duration of your visit. Asylum 67 is worse. Because what is worse than a creepy asylum with a horrendous reputation? The same asylum but with the patients, some of the most dangerous psychopaths in the world, running the entire place! And finally, Chromophobia puts you in a psychedelic nightmare of a maze and turns the lights off. Out of options, you must navigate your way through a neon-colored sea of madness with terror lurking around every corner. The faces you see will haunt your dreams for days!
Producer Dan Riker couldn't be prouder of his haunted house. "We've really put our all into the haunt this year, it's going to be great." When speaking to Riker about what is different this year from what we saw last year, he stated, "Asylum 67 is brand new and top notch, we really outdid ourselves with this one. It's got a theme that even makes the hairs on the back of my neck raise and it'll certainly make you fear for actual hospitals in real life." Folklore is no stranger to sending people screaming for the hills. Last year, we witnessed a group running, screaming all the way out of the parking lot when they forgot they drove there. "Fear is a part of life, and Folklore just helps remind you that it's okay to be frightened. We should have fun with it all."
Folklore Haunted House
3 Spectacular Haunted Houses
5389 N. Main St.
Acworth, GA 30101
September 13th - November 2nd, 2019