The horror sets in that Halloween is almost here and you’ve not made any scary plans for it. Fear not, as I have some spooky suggestions for you to try out.
Pumpkin picking isn’t really a scary Halloween activity but is becoming quite a popular alternative for all the scaredy cats. I’m hoping to try this one out this year as it looks so much fun. You can pick your own pumpkins at The Pumpkin Patch in Hightown or Claremont Farm over in the Wirral.
If you like to hear about gruesome gore and all things folklore then Shiverpool will guide you through dark side of Liverpool with their haunted city tours. Having done the Shiverpool Ghost Bus tour two years ago I can honestly say it was frightfully fantastic! If you’re looking to spend an eerie evening learning about the grisly events of days gone by, I would highly recommend this.
Farmaggedon is definitely not one for the faint hearted but if you like people dressed in creepy costumes jumping out at you and scaring you half to death, then check out their website to book tickets. With numerous scare attractions, interactive zombie paintball and new special scary effects added, it’s going to be scarier than ever!
What’s Halloween without a hair-raising horror film? The Dome in Grand Central are showing The Blair Witch Project on Halloween at 11pm. The building is an old Methodist Church said to be haunted, but take that as you will. Scary actors will be lurking in the dark to ensure you’ll be truly terrified.
If you’re like me and the rest of the Netflix generation, you’ll be hooked on Stranger Things. You can spend an evening at Constellations for all things supernatural as they transform into 80s Indiana, with bizarre backdrops, classic arcade games and even a live 80s synth band performing music from the show itself. All this just in time for the second series to begin.
I hope you’ve made yourself some petrifying plans this Halloween.