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Fright night as Nightmare Realm reopens

Wednesday, 4th October, 2017 5:54pm

Get ready for the fright of your life as The Nightmare Realm is back on Leeside for what is set to be a month of non-stop scares and terror!

The walk-through Halloween scare experience returns to a new venue on Kennedy Quay this Friday 6 October.

There is triple the terror this year with three different spine tingling haunts, zombie shooting, and an apocalypse entertainment zone.

This year’s new haunts include the Realm Slaughterhouse, whose butchers carry the sharpest of knives and may well have fallen foul of the dreading mad cow disease; Chop's Carnevil, where freaks like the lizard boy, the half bird man and clowns roam; Torrance Manor, long rumoured to be haunted and featuring nurses who sedate inhabitants as well as chilling nursery rhymes which echo at night; Zombie Shoot, where you can work on your zombie target practice and Charlie’s Army of the Dead, which calls on you to join the fight for an independent Nightmare Realm state!

Visitors are encouraged to keep their wits about them, and horror enthusiasts and Halloween fans will even spot references, characters and moments from iconic classic horror films along the way.

Director for The Nightmare Realm Karl O'Connor said: “We will test you to your very core. We push people outside their comfort zone, challenge their expectations, and scare the hell out of them! If you pee in your pants, we don’t care.”

The Nightmare Realm takes place at a new venue on Kennedy Quay (across from Goldberg's Bar) from 6 October to 5 November. For more information, tickets and the best rates see or check #NightmareRealm on social media.

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