Like tabloid covers, haunted houses draw people in with gruesome stories and a lot of fake body parts. Learn all the lurid details with today's Groupon to Darkhouse Entertainment's Murder Mansion–"Blood Feast," in Cicero, with 13 available dates in October. The show may not be appropriate for children, and parents must accompany young children. Choose from the following options:
- For $20, you get two R.I.P. passes (a $46 value).
- For $36, you get four R.I.P. passes (a $92 value).
- For $48, you get six R.I.P. passes (a $138 value).
Darkhouse Entertainment's Murder Mansion, one of the largest haunted houses in the suburban Chicagoland area, scares visitors witless in "Blood Feast," an unsettling tale of cannibalism set in the Victorian era. After skipping the line with their R.I.P. passes, thrill seekers form bonds with other guests during fear-induced embraces as they find their way through the mansion's darkness, fog, strobe lights, banjo duels, and professional special effects to discover where the show's turn-of-the-century restaurant gets its supply of human flesh. The convincing costumes, makeup, imaginative lighting, elaborate sets, blood, and gore create intensely real scenes of violence designed for mature audiences. Hydrophobes and wicked witches may wish to wear raincoats, as the show promises wet surprises. Consult a list of frequently screamed questions to prepare for the bloodbath.