Choose Between Two Options
$30 for admission for one to the Death by Chocolate Masquerade ($35 value)
- One admission to all three haunted houses
- One admission to the masquerade ball
- One white or black masquerade mask
- One drink ticket
$59 for admission for two to the above event ($69 value)
- Two admissions to all three haunted houses
- Two admissions to the masquerade ball
- One black rose
- Two drink tickets
- Two masquerade masks
The event takes place on Saturday, February 13 from 7 p.m. to midnight. Guests will be entertained by live music from Living Scars while they consume chocolate treats or gather around one of several campfires.
Scream Hollow Wicked Halloween Park
Norm Glenn knows how to scare people. He's always loved haunted houses, working on them while he was in high school and the army. He also hosted a haunted house in his front yard for a couple years that regularly brought in 500 people—that was when he decided it was time to start a commercial attraction. That attraction was the Mansion of Terror, which was regularly featured among the country's best haunted houses on the Travel Channel. But even a single mansion wasn't big enough for Norm's goals. So, he opened Scream Hollow Wicked Halloween Park in 2015. Located across a dense, 20-acre forest, the three haunted houses span 13 buildings, as well as a bar and café. Read on to learn more about each haunted house:
The Phantoms of The Mansion of Terror
When Adella opened her orphanage she was praised for her kindness, but no one had any idea the black magic that occurred within. As the orphanage filled up, many children died of starvation and disease. Well, supposedly. As guests walk through this mansion, they'll see sketches and a room filled with with dried pigs' feet, rooster talons, squirrel tails, and severed dolls' heads. And if they opt to step into the cemetery outside, they may hear the faint screams of the children, or even see their ghosts.
Lost Pines Zombie City
Lost Pines City has been abandoned for 20 years. Or has it? It was thought that no one was allowed in or out of the city, which was guarded by a military outpost. But upon hacking into the security system, a group of cyber punks discovered something went horribly wrong. Now they must determine what happened to the residents of Lost Pines City.
When Vicious T. Mangles and the Slaughter Circus settled in Bastrop, they were unaware that the land was occupied by the cannibalistic Palmer family. Enraged by this newfound location, the family vowed to seek revenge by destroying, dismembering, and barbecuing any clown they see. Guests find themselves caught in the middle of this conflict and can only hope to make it out alive.