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Spooktacular Haunted House

THE SPOOKTACULAR HAUNTED HOUSE IS BACK!
Friday, October 21 to Sunday, October 23 and
Thursday, October 27 to Monday, October 31
Ages 8+ | $5 at the Door

Produced by Oscar Gonzalez, the Spooktacular Haunted House boasts seven rooms of horror featuring monsters under the bed,  an evil butcher, zombies and more! Lights will be kept on for the first hour for families with young children.

Haunted House Schedule:
Friday, October 21, 5-10 pm
Saturday, October 22, 5-10 pm
Sunday, October 23, 3-7 pm

Thursday, October 27, 5-8 pm
Friday, October 28, 5-10 pm
Saturday, October 29, 5-10pm
Sunday, October 30, 2-6 pm – Join us during the Southampton Rag-A-Muffin Parade
Monday, October 31, 4-7 pm

*Lights always on for the first hour.

Calling all ghouls, goblins, and other scary sorts!
Volunteers are needed to assist with the Haunted House.
Please email akirwin@southamptoncenter.org for more information.


About Oscar Gonzalez
Oscar started in the Haunted House industry six years ago when he designed, created, and developed his first haunt on Shelter Island at La Maison Blanche Hotel. In 2013 he created the VooDoo Haunted House in Mattituck, and that same year he launched the first Spooktacular Haunted House at Southampton Art Center. This is now his third time creating the attraction for the center. For the last two years, he has been the set designer for the Chamber of Horrors on Long Island, a 10,000 square foot haunted house with three different themes. Oscar creates his own props, sets, and designs, and gets his inspiration primarily from movies, artists, and advertising.

 

WARNING AND DISCLOSURES

PLEASE READ THIS WARNING BEFORE ENTERING OUR ATTRACTION.
This attraction reserves the right to refuse admission to anyone. You will experience loud audio, lighting, extremely low visibility, flashing lights, special effects, and sudden actions by actors. It is recommended that you do not enter a haunted house attraction if you suffer from extreme heart conditions, if you are prone to seizures, or if you have any severe medical issues.
Do not enter the attraction if you are intoxicated, under the influence of illegal drugs or heavy medications. Do not smoke, run, eat or drink in the attraction. There is absolutely no touching of the actors, the mechanisms or props inside the attraction or waiting area. No video or flash photography is allowed. Your cell phone must be put in silent mode during your tour of the attraction. You may not be permitted to enter the attraction or asked to leave the attraction if rules are not followed.
There are absolutely no refunds.
ENTER AT YOUR OWN RISK.
Your ticket is a revocable license and may be taken and admission refused upon refund of purchase price. Holder of a ticket understands that there is inherent risk involved with attending this attraction. Holder voluntarily assumes all risks and dangers associated with participation in this attraction. In consideration and acceptance of entrance into this attraction holders of tickets agrees to release the operator, affiliates, officers, directors, members and employees and landlord from any liability, harm, injury or death, cost or expense whatsoever that may arise directly or indirectly from attending this attraction or any of the attractions at this location.
Warning!! Your ticket is a license to enter at your own risk. All patrons assume all risk and danger incidental to Southampton Art Center’s Spooktacular Haunted House before, during, and after the visit.
Any questions should be directed to (631) 283-0967.

 

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Venue

Southampton Arts Center
25 Jobs Lane
Southampton, NY 11968 United States
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Website:
http://www.southamptonartscenter.org

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