A HALLOWEEN event that has seen a benign family adventure farm turned into a terrifying horror experience has been exciting scare attraction critics.
Screamfest 2013, a night-time Halloween event at the National Forest Adventure Farm, near Burton draws to a close tomorrow but critics have been hailing it one of the best scare attractions they have seen.
Screamfest is designed to immerse visitors in a 360 degree horror experience and this year existing scare attractions, Slasher and Field of Screams, are joined by two new scares, Soul Seekers and Nocturnal.
Designed to play with every sense to get pulses racing, the scares include chilling sound effects and stomach-turning smells.
Reviewer for ScareTour, Michael Bolton, said: “You would expect this level of detail in a large US movie park such as Universal Studios and not in a small farm park in Staffordshire.
Tom Robinson, director of National Forest Adventure Farm said: “We are delighted with the comments from ScareTour and Terror Attraction. We have worked hard to create a high quality attraction that will both scare and entertain our visitors.”
The attraction continues today and tomorrow. To find out more visit www.halloweenadventurefarm.co.uk