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What You'll Get
Franklin D. Roosevelt inspired legions of Americans when he famously said, The only thing we have to fear is this haunted house. Venture bravely into terrifying territory with this Groupon.
$39 for a VIP Haunted-House Experience for Two (Up to $100 Value)
The House of Shock sends chills down guests' spines with satanic cults, a haunted graveyard, and a morgue brought alive by the undead. VIP ticketholders are shuttled to the front of the line and are allowed unlimited trips through the interactive haunted house on the day of use. This ticket also grants each customer a House of Shock backpack.
For scheduling information, go here. The House of Shock is open Friday and Saturday up until October 26, when the House of Shock is open Tuesday—Wednesday and Friday—Sunday.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 31, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Must be 15 or older or accompanied by guardian. Not recommended for all audiences. Not valid after 10PM. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The House of Shock
For the last 20 years, satanic cults, monsters, and the undead have been congregating at The House of Shock to perform unspeakable horrors in the name of Halloween. Envisioned by a crack team of fright experts, including Pantera frontman Phil Anselmo, this seasonal haunt has been featured in the Travel Channel's Halloween's Most Extreme, Rolling Stone, Maxim, and Top Haunts magazine's list of the Top 13 Haunts nationwide. The house's exhibits are so scary that they've caused some extreme reactions. Allegedly, one patron's heart stopped beating. After she was resuscitated and rushed to the hospital, it was determined she had technically been dead for a short period.
As a live metal band strikes its first ominous chords, the fright fest kicks off with a nightly horror show of pyrotechnics, death metal, live stunts, and masochists. Adrenaline levels soar as courageous guests tiptoe through the coffins, ornate gravestones, and crumbling mausoleums of an ancient graveyard. The house's professional actors don't just slink by waving chainsaws and body parts—they tear apart bodies and scare the dickens out of guests who brave the interactive horrors of a funeral parlor, a morgue, and a butcher shop's dreadfully rotten cuts of beef. The adventure reaches terrifying new heights in a controversial satanic church, where flickering candles and hellfire cast eerie shadows on demonic worshipers and their torture victims. The onsite Hell's Kitchen churns out thematic eats and adult beverages to help frightened guests regain their senses before they revert to a mental world where the only conflict is over which Teletubby wore it best.