(NDG Wire) Last Friday, September 24, 2010, The Boneyard Haunted House, Texas’s largest and greatest haunted attraction, squeaked its doors open for an all new Hallows Eve season. Running a total of 24 nights, the creators of The Boneyard have developed all new and unique designs and scares to experience fear at its best. Featuring digital surround sound audio with computerized theatrical show lighting, those who dare to enter will experience a new dimension of terror.
With over 20 years of combined haunting experience, The Boneyard’s design team is highly distinguished for their prestigious and thrilling attractions. Unlike most haunted attractions, The Boneyard makes each of their scares memorable and original by not letting patrons orient themselves inside the haunt. Each year, the haunt is completely taken down and the team starts fresh building exclusive rooms and new props.
“In keeping with the Texas spirit, The Boneyard is bigger this season with over 40,000 square feet of haunted space,” said Dan Hall, Director and Designer of The Boneyard. “Our state-of-the-art special effects, elaborate stage illusions and unique room themes allow us to give guests a bigger bang for their buck. If it’s the thrill of fear you crave, The Boneyard is a place that will engage all of your senses and take you out of reality and lead you into a world full of chills and thrills. My plan is to scare you from all angles, even if you are standing in the middle of your group”
Unlike many haunted attractions, The Boneyard ticket sales benefit local non-profit groups and offers so much more than a walk-thru attraction, including a stage for live bands, a VooDoo Lounge serving food and beverages and a large game room with pool tables, air hockey and classic arcade games.
The Boneyard Haunted House opens their doors on September 24th and runs through October 31st. The Boneyard opens at 7 p.m. each night. A complete schedule of dates and times is available on the Web site.
The Boneyard is located in the heart of Six Flags Mall, at 2921 E. Division St. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.theboneyard.org.