Sacramento, CA, October 16, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Sacramento's Scream Park California has announced Bad Acid Trip as one of the three haunted houses at its event this year. According to company spokesman Andrew Raymond, the haunted house will simulate the experience of an acid trip gone horribly wrong. “People describe the experience of using acid as life-changing. This haunted house is all about what would happen if the drug exposed something dark within you, bringing your worst fears to the forefront of your consciousness.”
The acid trip will become more and more exaggerated, until the viewer finds himself surrounded by hallucinations that, according to Raymond, “can only be described as jaw-dropping.”
When probed about the inspiration for the haunted house, Raymond stated, “here at Scream Park California, we try to create the most horrifying events possible, which means that we put every effort into making our haunted houses ultra-realistic. We have done our research on this one, and frankly, it shows. This haunted house delves into the darkest depths of the human psyche; while the rest of the industry is stuck on clowns and zombies, we have delved into the deepest roots of fear in the human brain.”
Scream Park California's reputation for pushing the envelope precedes it, and it seems that this haunted house will most certainly not be an exception. Said one employee, “this haunt is definitely something new. It even incorporates some risqué themes. Sacramento is in for a treat this year.” Though these events do not have a strict age restriction, the producers have put an “adults only” rating on it. Those under 18 years of age will be allowed, but discretion is heavily advised.
Scream Park California is open most nights in October, starting on the 4th, and will feature three “outrageous” haunted houses, as well as live music, food, drink, and entertainment. For tickets and info, visit www.ScreamParkCalifornia.com.