In pictures: Scare Kingdom
A frightening feast of family Halloween fun awaits thrill-seekers to Scare Kingdom Scream Park, opening in October at Hawkshaw Farm Park on the A59, between Preston and Blackburn
It is based on the mythical tale of Morbius Blackscar, the tyrannical self proclaimed King of the undead realm, who has returned to his throne eight centuries after his kingdom was destroyed
Running throughout half-term and until 5 November 2009, the attraction is developed and produced by AtmosFEAR! Scare Attractions and features three 'live' scare haunts and additional spooky entertainments
Headline attractions include Dead Alive, a 40-minute outdoor evening fright fest where amid the 8 acres of rotting mist covered cornfields lay the ruins of Strangleweed Hollow, home to Mother Strange and her long-lost son, The Pumpkin Man!
Blood Bath is a terrifying undercover evening horror haunt set inside a derelict war bunker where diabolical doctor, Cornelius Van Der Blood, hides a secret blood-soaked chamber following eviction from an asylum amid rumours of unspeakable deeds
Hubble Bubble is a 45-minute interactive daytime theatrical experience for small children, where friendly witch sisters, Toil and Trouble, cook up spells, play games and sing songs
Other themed entertainments include Sir Scare-a-Lot, a projection special effect delivering ‘grave’ advice with a sinister sneer; Moaning Mordred, entombed inside his ivy clad tomb whispering ghoulish gags and spooky street theatre characters
Scares with a bigger bang are planned on Bonfire Night, 5 November, at a Fireworks Phantasmagoria featuring a professional fireworks display, bonfire and Guido Fawkes!
For more information, opening times and bookings visit www.scarekingdom.com