An entire city block, undeveloped, untouched. No litter, no encampments, no unsavory figures. Just a small grove of elm trees... and the thing that lives inside them.
"Cracking Oak Tree "sound from http://www.freesound.org/people/klankbeeld/
Misconceptions: Jimmy Dixon is trying to cope with life on a new planet, and part of adjusting to that life, is getting used to the constant death that surrounds him.
The Reprieve: An alien has only two weeks to observe Earthly societies before making a fateful decision; which humans should be saved from impending doom.
There is something special about the paintings of Tyler Simington. Something that makes them deeply entrancing and uncommonly captivating. Something that makes them... so full of sorrow.
Feat: Freddie Stroma, Johanna Braddy, Lynda DeFuria, & Hassan Nazari-Robati
Featuring original music by Neyla Pekarek, we explore the tale of Abigail Franklin, a midwife and herbalist executed for her supposed witchcraft. Was she as innocent as other so-called "witches"? Perhaps... but then why is the Bay Road Burial Ground filled with the bodies of the townspeople she collectively cursed?
Graveside Dialogue: A cloaked figure wearing a harlequin mask stands by the grave of your favorite horror author at midnight on Halloween. Seems normal. You should stop and have a chat, right? I mean... what could possibly go wrong?
Bridge of Sighs: A solitary man. A deserted bridge. A lonely woman. A sinister desire. An irresistible opportunity...
Scarecrow by Moonlight: A boy's window overlooks a cornfield. In the cornfield he sees a scarecrow.
A Scarecrow faces a farmhouse. In the window, he sees a boy...
Ashley and Zack are really impressed with the new Haunted Attraction, "Misery House". More than your typical jump scare factory, it has an interactive meta layer of making you question your actual safety! Well... that is just part of the experience... right?