New Attraction in Dallas says it’s the “Scariest Haunted House on Earth”. Taking a page from the wildly successful and scary as hell formula of, Freaking Bros. in Las Vegas, here’s another horror show ready to terrorize Haunt Stalkers this October in Dallas, Texas. They promise an hour long adventure of terror in mazes created by an astonishing number of 26 tractor trailers. From our own experience the haunts in Texas go big so we hope some of our Texas stalkers will get the chance to experience and report back for us.
Strangling Brothers Haunted Circus will open their big top tent and traveling tractor-trailers to visitors on Friday, September 19. The Show, which is poised to be the scariest, creepiest, and most exciting haunted attraction this year, is located at Irving Mall, just south of Dillard’s Department Store.
Strangling Brothers offers a different twist to the haunt industry using 26 custom-designed tractor trailers arranged in a maze filled with zombie clowns, curious creatures, cutting-edge animatronics, innovative lighting and wicked sound environments.
The scary fun begins in the 160-foot Big Top Tent of Horrors, an electrifying experience of animated 3D clowns, dancers and a host of freaky and unruly characters waiting to take you away to another world. During the hour-long walk-through, fright fans will encounter terrifying and bone chilling scary sights, such as a gore-filled circus clinic with a deranged doctor and blood-spattered nurse; an eerily lit fog-filled room with grotesque clowns emerging from the mists; and a stomach-dropping fun-house style light show where the walls and floors seem to come alive.
The Strangling Brothers Haunted Circus is based on the tale of a mysterious traveling circus led by The Strangling Brothers, who have spent a lifetime recruiting freaks and outcasts for their horror show.
“Our attraction takes a different approach from other standard haunted houses,” said owner Bob Tillotson. “The Haunted Circus is uniquely designed to scare all who enter this truly frightful attraction with a new dimension of fear. Our goal is to exploit every possible fear and assail as many senses as possible,” he said.
Strangling Brothers Haunted Circus opens September 19 and runs Fridays and Saturdays through October 4 then Wednesday through Saturday except Sunday until November 1. The fear, confusion and fun begin at 7:30pm each night. Ticket prices start at $30 per person and can be purchased at the door or online at www.stranglingbros.com.