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From the blood soaked hallways of The Flesh Pot to the zombie infected dystopian future in 2073, each of our haunted house scare attractions offers a unique experience. But the scares aren’t confined to the attractions, Corny the clown and other restless souls have a habbit of popping up just when you least expect it!
Joseph Clement has recalibrated his time machine in an attempt to avert the tragic events of the past that have cursed the farm.
Unfortunately instead of returning to the past, he takes you into the future where you will be thrown into a “post Trump” nuclear apocalypse. Society has broken down, and the streets are inhabited by zombie like creatures, sick with radiation poisoning. Martial law has been enforced, and the Army are your best hope for survival…..unless they have been infected too!
Discover the history of Hallowscream and learn more about Joseph Clement the talented engineer and inventor and the terrible circus fire that destroyed the farm in The Story of Hallowscream.
Corny the famous circus clown was murdered on this site by Leonard Dunnington in 1873. His designs for a house of confusion were discovered with his remains when they were unearthed on the farm. We rebuilt Corny’s fun house and soon the spirits of the long dead circus clowns returned each Halloween in ‘Reincornation’.
Now 10 years later, we have discovered Corny’s plans for an even more twisted, more sinister house of fun. A world where rooms shrink, spin around, and defy gravity, where passageways lead to apparent dead ends and you come face to face with your own image contorted in fear in the maze of mirrors. Enter Corny’s Cornevil where demonic clowns and mind-bending illusions will have you questioning your sanity and begging for the exit!
THE FLESH POT.
It was known that the farmer who lived at this farm in Victorian times, Leonard Dunnington, had his own slaughterhouse, where he killed and butchered his own meat for sale on the markets in York. Rumours were abound that he always had more meat to sell than his small farm could provide. The locals talked of how he must have been rustling cattle and pigs from neighboring farms at night. The truth was worse than this, far worse.
It is alleged that he would visit the seediest parts of York in the early hours of the morning, walking the smog filled streets with his horse and cart, watching for drunks and hoares who he could prey upon. He would sit them on the back of his cart and offer them a drink from his gin bottle, heavily spiked with laudanum. In a matter of moments they would pass out and fall backwards onto the cart. A tarpaulin would be pulled over them, and the next time they came round, they would be hanging upside down looking at the slaughterhouse floor. Their screams would be masked by the pigs squealing in the pens next door as they too awaited the knife.
Leonard took pleasure in removing their skins whilst they were still alive, and then butchered them as he did his pigs. Once they had bled out he jointed them up. The poor quality cuts along with the innards, feet, hands and heads were boiled up in a giant stewing pot make his the meat for his famous pies. The better cuts were sold as pork joints on his stall alongside his other meats.
People flocked to his stall, and talked of how eating his meat made them happy, blissfully unaware that the meat they were eating was human flesh laced with opiates.
Leonard Dunnington was tried and hung following the famous circus tradgety of 1873. It was claimed that he confessed his heinous actions to the priest before his hanging, but nothing could ever be proved, and the authorities kept this from the public for fear of causing an outrage in the city. The priests diary is held in the Borthwick institute in York, and has only recently come to light, casting further shadows over the farm’s gruesome past.
DARE YOU LOOK INTO THE FLESH POT !?
It was believed that inventor Joseph Clement perished in the Circus fire on the farm, but his body was never found, and rumours persisted that he had created a time machine. It seems those rumours were true.
Clement travelled forward in time to 2073 where he encountered a broken world where machines had taken over and war raged between robots and humans. Clement believed that a human/robot hybrid could bring peace to the world and he returned to our time, the point in history he saw where machines had first achieved consciousness. His vision is to create a new species that combines the best of man and machine, one true perfect being he calls ‘The Singularity’.
Enter his laboratory and see for yourself his plans to make this vision a reality, but beware the process is not yet perfected and more human test subjects are needed for his warped experiments.
The workshops at Dunnington lodge became a hotbed of industrial activity during the time that the circus was on the farm. Men wearing masks braved the heat and smoke to try and make Charlie’s mechanical visions come to life.
Most of them perished when Old Grey, the bull elephant crashed into the buildings as the great fire raged. Steam pipes burst, gas fires erupted, bodies were crushed and trapped.
As the fire raged the roof collapsed, and the cellars under the barns gave way, sucking everything into a subterranean world of chaos.
Now, enter the kaleidoscopic world of Barneggedon 3D. Put on your 3D Glasses to reveal a perplexing, space shifting world, where your eyes can’t be trusted to seperate what’s real from illusion. Will you make it out alive from the horrors of BARNAGGEDON 3D!!!.
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