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1710 Fall River Ave., Seekonk, MA 02771 Directions
+15082960661

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Report | 6 years ago
Get there early. Long lines
Report | 6 years ago
they were sending people in groups of 8 in at a time make sure you are leading the group if not all you will do is hear the ones in front of you scream because someone jump out a them and you are just walking thru the woods in the dark. We made our own fun and at one point we lost the lead from our group and we became the lead and that is when we started to have fun. They need more ghouls and creepy people to interact with us. Everybody enjoys a good scare. thanks
Report | 6 years ago
It is very well done. Lots of scares.
Report | 6 years ago
Get there early, even though you have a Groupon they require you get in the ticket line to receive actual paper tickets.
Report | 6 years ago
Get there early...the line gets long very fast
Report | 6 years ago
Line was slow moving but worth the wait. People/characters were great! Kudos!
Report | 6 years ago
A lot of fun. Don't miss it.
Report | 6 years ago
Go early because you still have to stand in the ticket line and redeem your voucher. But it was worth the wait!
Report | 6 years ago
It was fun and worth it
Report | 6 years ago
Purchase groupon - still need to wait in-line to exchange for tickets to enter

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It can be hard to hear anything but the swell of revving engines inside Seekonk Speedway. Every October, however, those automotive roars give way to human screams. These yowls emanate from speedway’s neighboring woods, where the inhabitants of Fear Town lurk behind each twist and turn of an outdoor trail, primed to pop out and terrify visitors passing through. The haunted attraction winds in and out of rundown buildings that are home to demonic entities determined to scare the pants off anyone who even thinks about touching their priceless china.

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