Haunted Night presents a horrifying 3D haunted house experience unlike any other in the Seattle area this Halloween season.
Seattle-Bellevue-Everett, WA (1888PressRelease) October 07, 2009 - Interested in a horrifying experience that will truly freak your mind this Halloween season? Prepare yourself as circus freaks rise from the grave and impose their malicious intent on those brave enough to wander into the “Clown Cemetery” - a 3D haunted attraction unlike any other in the Seattle area.
“Clown Cemetery” is a haunted house presented by Haunted Night, a newcomer to professional haunting, in cooperation with Jump Planet – inflatable party center of the universe. For the past 12 years Haunted Night has thrown large Halloween parties, including last year’s highly successful “Beers and Fears” event at Red Hook Brewery in Woodinville. Year 13, a fitting number, finds Haunted Night taking their efforts to the next level in producing an actual haunted attraction.
Don’t let the inexperience fool you though as they have recruited some of the finest names in the Seattle haunted house industry, including those involved with some of the original KUBE, KISS, and Variety Club haunted houses. Haunted Night is also known for their online directory of local haunted houses updated yearly at http://www.HauntedNight.com.
The 2009 season opens Wednesday, October 14th and runs every Wednesday through Saturday for three consecutive weeks ending Halloween night. Doors open at 8pm with final victims entering at 11pm on weeknights and midnight on weekends. Cost is $10 at the door with discount coupons for Wednesday and Thursday nights available for download at http://www.clowncemetery.com. R.I.P. Tickets (V.I.P.) will get you to the head of the line and can also be obtained online for $15. “Clown Cemetery” is located on the hallowed grounds of Jump Planet at 22310 20th Ave SE, Suite 200 Bothell, WA 98021. For more information, e-mail info ( @ ) clowncemetery dot com dot
Volunteers are needed for the Scream Team in positions including acting, box office, security, and makeup and FX. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Autism Service Dogs of America, a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization, so volunteers can feel good knowing that not only do they get to scare the dickens out of haunted house visitors, but their efforts are going towards a worthwhile cause as well. To learn more about how you can get involved, visit ClownCemetery.com and click on Volunteers.
Due to a rather intense scare factor, we recommend only the bravest souls ages 10 and up enter the Clown Cemetery although “all ages” access is permitted when accompanied by an adult. For the little ones, Haunted Night has teamed with Jump Planet to present “Clown Semi-scary” – a low scare, ”trick-or-treat” haunt coupled with a session of bouncy house fun all day on Halloween. Visit http://www.jumpplanet.com for ages and session times.
Join Haunted Night this October for Clown Cemetery. It’ll tickle and tear your funny bones!