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The best Halloween fright nights at theme parks this October | The Sun
HALLOWEEN is just over a month away and theme parks everywhere will be adding extra spooky elements in order to scare their guests.
Here's how some of the best-loved parks are planning to spook their visitors this year.
From Saturday, October 15, Chessington World of Adventures will be hosting its Howl'o'ween event, which sees the return of some family favourites, as well as some new attractions and activities.
The Witches of Adventure Point will be back again this year casting spells all over the park, as well as Wilf the Werewolf, who is joined by Violet the Vampire Bat in their show The Misadventures of Wilf & Violet.
At the newly-opened Shipwreck Coast land, guests have to avoid Broady’s Band of Brigands to help the Mayor of Shipwreck Coast, whose prized fish has gone missing.
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And the award-winning scare maze, Creepy Caves returns for its final year, along with a new show called Trick or Treat Live and a daily costume competition.
Tickets start from £36 per person, with pre-booking essential – children under the age of three get in for free.
This year marks the 21st year that Thorpe Park has held its Fright Nights celebration.
There are scare mazes, an audio scare experience called the Terminal and rides in the dark, including the Swarm and Saw.
Fright Nights runs from September 30 until October 31, but the park is closed on selected days so check the website for details.
Fright nights tickets are available from £39.
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