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FINAL NIGHTS OF SCREAMS - WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW
Wed, October 29, 2014
1)  We are open everynight this week thur November 1st.  We open again for two final nights of screams November 7th and 8th. 

2)  A common question is 'do you turn the lights on at closing time'... ahhh no!  You must show up by closing time then everyone goes in and all the way thru!

3)  Should I buy my tickets online?  YES!  You pay a small fee for buying your tickets online however you do not wait in any lines to buy tickets.  Most people buy their tickets online now. 

4)  Is it really busy on Halloween?  This is another common question.  NO in fact this week is really SLOW so if you are one of those people who don't want to come when its really busy now is the time.  In fact most people hate getting bunched up with other groups, over the last week we put people in really slow because its not super busy.  Halloween is also not a very busy night so yeah come on down and prepare to scream.

The 2014 Haunt Season is almost over so get to one of our haunted houses tonight and prepare to SCREAM!
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Watch People Screaming Inside Our Haunted Houses
Sat, October 25, 2014
Watch people SCREAM while inside the haunted houses.  Watch the video below.  All three of our haunted houses Creepyworld, The Abyss, and The Darkness are all open EVERY NIGHT now thru November 1st, 2014 and two final nights November 7th and 8th.  Buy tickets online and save a lot of
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Watch people SCREAM while inside the haunted houses.  Watch the video below.  All three of our haunted houses Creepyworld, The Abyss, and The Darkness are all open EVERY NIGHT now thru November 1st, 2014 and two final nights November 7th and 8th.  Buy tickets online and save a lot of time at the box office.  We also welcome you to watch people scream LIVE inside the Darkness.  Click on this link:  http://www.scarefest.com/the_darkness_watch_live_scares_and_screams

BUY TICKETS ONLINE CLICK HERE


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NOW OPEN UNTIL NOVEMBER 8th
Thu, October 23, 2014
The Darkness and Creepyworld are OPEN TONIGHT and will remain open EVERY SINGLE NIGHT thru November 1st (Saturday) then two final nights November 7 and 8 (Friday and Saturday).  The Abyss is open every night starting FRIDAY thru November 1st and then two final days on November 7th and 8th. 
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The Darkness and Creepyworld are OPEN TONIGHT and will remain open EVERY SINGLE NIGHT thru November 1st (Saturday) then two final nights November 7 and 8 (Friday and Saturday).  The Abyss is open every night starting FRIDAY thru November 1st and then two final days on November 7th and 8th. 

The Darkness this weekend opens at 6:30pm (Friday and Saturday)  Sunday-Thursday 7:30 to 9:30pm 

Creepyworld this weekend opens at 6:30pm (Friday and Saturday)  Sunday-Thursday 7:30 to 9:30pm

The Abyss this weekend opens at 6:30pm (Friday and Saturday) Sunday-Thursday 7:30 to 9:30pm

WATCH OUR LIVE SCREAM CAM LIVE FROM THE DARKNESS TONIGHT:  http://www.scarefest.com/the_darkness_watch_live_scares_and_screams


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The Darkness is OPEN TONIGHT
Mon, October 20, 2014
The Darkness is open TONIGHT from 7:30pm to 9:30pm.  Creepyworld will re-open on Thursday and Lemp Abyss on Friday.  Starting this coming Thursday Creepyworld is open nightly thru November 1st and then two final days November 7 and 8th.  Starting this Friday Lemp Abyss is open every n
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The Darkness is open TONIGHT from 7:30pm to 9:30pm.  Creepyworld will re-open on Thursday and Lemp Abyss on Friday.  Starting this coming Thursday Creepyworld is open nightly thru November 1st and then two final days November 7 and 8th.  Starting this Friday Lemp Abyss is open every night thru November 1st and again on the 7th and 8th. 

The Darkness is NOW OPEN EVERY SINGLE NIGHT thru November 1st, and again on the 7th and 8th.

Only a few nights left!


 

Buy your tickets online.


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Learn How to Create and Build Your Own Haunted House Home Haunt
Sun, October 19, 2014
    Halloween trails only behind Christmas when it comes to spending on decorations. Americans will spend an estimated $12 billion on Halloween in 2014, according to the National Retail Federation. You can make more of your Halloween spending with
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Halloween trails only behind Christmas when it comes to spending on decorations.
Americans will spend an estimated $12 billion on Halloween in 2014, according to
the National Retail Federation.



You can make more of your Halloween spending with a few spooky tips. Larry Kirchner, operator of the world’s number-one rated haunted house, “The Darkness” in St. Louis, Missouri and owner of Hauntworld.com -- a resource for building haunts, and a national directory of haunted houses, corn mazes, hayrides, and pumpkin patches -- offers advice from his 25 years of experience building professional Halloween attractions.

Spooky Façad
Give your home’s façade the abandoned, dusty look by spinning cobwebs and creepifying doors and windows. Hang aged and shredded curtains and add lights to each window. Change outdoor lights with flicker bulbs. Add spooky sounds for atmosphere. Lastly, you can purchase affordable computer graphic effects from HauntedHouseSupplies.com and with a TV pressed into your window, add anything from ghosts to werewolves to ghouls to your haunt.


Cemetery
Let the leaves collect for a few weeks in your yard. Add a gothic fence and a few zombies popping up through the ground. Add jute material or aged cheesecloth to your fence. Adding dead bodies under trees or creepy birds helps set the scene. Make gravestones by using a hot knife to carve foam into shapes, and even add an epitaph. To give the tombstone a real stone look, coat in plaster or lightweight concrete. Two simple doll rods driven into the ground can hold the tombstone in place. For a coffin, nail together 1x6 and 2x2 pine boards. For the extra effect, add mulch in front of the tombstones or use paving bricks in the shape of a grave filled with mulch.


Spooky Maze
Empty the garage and set up walls to create two to three scary scenes. If your garage isn’t big enough, start the attraction inside and have it exit into the backyard graveyard. Start by sketching a design. You can build simple walls from plywood or drywall. For the old rotting look, cut odd shapes into the walls and screw in thin slats of wood behind the cut out holes. For best results, cake on plaster between the slats, then use raised wallpaper for the rest. Paint the entire wall one color and add some watered down black paint for an aged look.


Eerie Effects
Spooky sounds, special effects and lighting make all the difference. Play a spooky soundtrack from a movie or find music online. Buy a couple of cheap skeleton speakers, available online for as low as $10. For home haunters on a budget, air cannons or any loud noise are great for scares. Create special effects with fog machines and air compressors. Finally, dress up in your spookiest costume and make your guests scream for candy!

To prepare for next year, stock up on deeply discounted props the day after Halloween. For more inspiration on Halloween or haunted houses, visit www.HauntWorld.com.

This year, go beyond the basics and give your neighborhood a real scare!

 

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Haunted Houses in St. Louis, Missouri just across the river from Illinois The Darkness, The Abyss at Lemp Brewery and Creepyworld are America's best haunted houses.  The Darkness features two floors of fright with high tech animations, special effects, amazing scenes, over 50 live actors and much more.  The Darkness also includes Terror Visions in 3D haunted house with crazed clowns and lastly exit through the all new Monster Museum with real like horror movie props from movie like Saw.  The Darkness is located in downtown St. Louis next to Soulard Market.   

Creepyworld Haunted House Screampark is located in Fenton, Missouri about 20 miles from the Darkness on highway 141 between Arnold and Fenton.  Creepyworld haunted house features TWELVE major haunted attractions in one location!!.  2014 will see Creepyworld Screampark grow to TWELEVE different Haunted Attractions.  Creepyworld is America's  biggest haunted screamparks.

The Abyss at Lemp Brewery Haunted House is DEEP underground inside real caves and caverns of the old Lemp Brewery built in the 1890's.  Over 100 years later the old brewery's caves and caverns are opened to the public only prepare to encounter REAL ghosts and spirits in St. Louis' ONLY REAL haunted house.  Take an elevator several floors below street level and prepare to be dropped off inside area's never before seen by the public where real ghost stories will unfold.  The Lemp Brewery Haunted House is St. Louis' ONLY NEW and REAL haunted house now part of the Scarefest tour of fright.   

 On Scarefest.com you can purchase tickets, find directions, watch videos, check out all of our haunted house photos, and much more.  The two biggest Halloween Haunted Attractions are Creepyworld and the all new Darkness located in St. Louis, Missouri near Illinois.  Last year the Darkness and Creepyworld attracted guests from states as far away as California, Texas, Florida and many more.  Come visit The Darkness, Lemp Brewery Haunted House and Creepyworld and purchase a combo pass and save. 

The best haunted houses in Illinois and Missouri located only on Scarefest.com.


   
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