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'Walk of Terror' is back at Armstrong's Caravan Farm Theatre

Prepare to be scared on the "Walk of Terror: System Failure" presented by Armstrong's Caravan Farm Theatre.
Image Credit: Caravan Farm Theatre

A walk of terror may be the perfect spooky season activity if you are looking to get scared and you can still buy tickets to the Armstrong theatrical event.

The terrifying, immersive sound experience Walk of Terror: System Failure, put on by Armstrong's Caravan Farm Theatre, runs until Oct. 30. 

“We see these Walks of Terror as medicine. A purge for the anxiety we all carry. These days, we are in need of a lot of purging,” artistic director Estelle Shook said in a press release.

A terrifying scene from
A terrifying scene from "Walk of Terror: System Failure" presented by Armstrong's Caravan Farm Theatre.
Image Credit: Caravan Farm Theatre

Those brave enough to embark on the immersive 40-minute journey, will experience a potent encounter with sound, visuals and narrative.

“After a big scream and a jump out of their skin, people feel better. We are pleased to be able to offer this service to our community,” Shook said.

The walk will be COVID safe, the experience is outdoors with with six start times between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. nightly, groups are staggered and provided with sanitized MP3 players and headphones.

Kate De Lorme designed the sound and six professional voice actors provide the narration for the show which explores what happens when a mysterious contagion starts to appear in the community.

This year’s walk uses a strobe, haze, fog, disturbing images, mature subject matter, strong language and is not suitable for children under 13, but the theatre will be considering family-friendly walks in the future.

Tickets for Walk of Terror: System Failure are on sale now and can be purchased by phone at 1-866-546-8533 or by visiting Caravan online here.

Image Credit: Caravan Farm Theatre

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