For three nights only this month Saturday, December 15, Friday, December 21 and Saturday, December 22, visitors to CT’s largest and greatest indoor Halloween Haunted House will experience brand new holiday attractions, all decked out for the holidays and ready to make guests scream ’til the New Year.
The start of the scares begins with “Dead End Doctors Office: No Home for the Holidays,” a horrific look into one not-so picture perfect pre-Christmas doctors office visit. Ornaments are smashed, stockings are torn…and is that blood on the dentist’s chair? Who…or what…could have done this? When did the “sleigh ride” turn into a medical “slay-ride?!”
Next, take a tour of Santa’s infamous toy workshop in “The Forest Factory.” Don’t expect to find any happy elves, however — they’ve been overworked this season, and Santa’s demanding schedule has caused them all to lose their minds and lose their way to the North Pole. Will guests survive this terrifying tour and escape the angry elves and rejected toys that have seemingly come to life? Or will visitors become just another piece on the assembly line?
Guests will marvel at the vintage Christmas sets, decor, props and figurines which are used for the production. Combine the visuals with special effects, animatronics and live actors, and you have some clue as to what to expect at “FRIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS.” But it’s hard to expect the unexpected, and there are scares around every corner at this haunted holiday show.
The limited-run of 3 weekend nights this month is expected to draw an equal number of return visitors who experienced Fright Haven during the Halloween season, and those who didn’t yet get a chance to enjoy the fun and fear of the 20,000 square foot indoor attraction.
Fright Haven’s “FRIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS” received rave reviews in the past, and producers have promised to amp up the ho-ho-horrors. Chestnuts may not be the only thing roasting on an open fire! Chestnuts may not be the only thing roasting on an open fire.
Fright Haven is located in the Stratford Square/Marshall’s Shopping Plaza, 411 Barnum Avenue Cutoff, next to L.A. Fitness and Ninety Nine Restaurant (across from Home Depot). Parking is free, and all events are indoors. Hours are 7pm-10pm. The event is open to all ages but recommended for 12 and over unless accompanied by an adult.
Advance tickets are $20 each ($ 25 door or $20 at door with non-perishable food donation) and now on sale from https://frighthaven.
Fright Haven is working with Stratford’s Volunteer EMS to raise funds, collect food items and raise awareness for Sterling House. Visitors to the holiday Haunted Attraction may take $5 off on-site admission or $5 off merch by bringing a non-perishable food donation. Stratford volunteer EMS Association will be on location collecting donations on behalf of Sterling House. All donations impact the local community.
For more information, call 203-799-FEAR 203-799-3327 or visit www.FrightHaven.com