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The Nest Haunted House
through October 31, 2012
THIS HALLOWEEN, HAUNTED HOUSE FEAR GETS PERSONAL IN CHANDLER
THE NEST HAUNTED HOUSE OPENS ON SEPT 28TH, ANNOUNCES A SPECIAL OFFER FOR PUBLIC SERVICE OFFICIALS
Arizona’s largest haunted house, The Nest, is unveiling a brand new technology this year that takes fear to a whole new level. The Nest, located at Rawhide, is the first attraction in the world to incorporate social media integration and RFID tracking into its blueprint, allowing thrill seekers to experience fear like never before.
“By integrating Facebook Connect we are taking our guests entire haunt experience to a new level all while redefining the haunted house industry,” said Glenn Rea, producer of The Nest. “They’ll see and hear their name, see their photos, receive messages and a few more terrifying surprises. We are truly creating their worst nightmare in real time.”
The Nest will open to the public on Friday Sept. 28th at 7:00 p.m. For the third consecutive year The Nest will keep its long standing tradition of honoring those in the Military and Public Service. All Military and Public Service officials (Police, Fire and EMTs) are invited to bring their families for free on opening night.
In order to qualify for the free entrance, guests will be asked to show their Military ID Card or public safety ID card. Each guest who shows any of the above will receive free access for themselves and their entire family on opening night September 28th.
Now in its third year at Rawhide, in southwest Chandler, The Nest occupies a 50,000-square foot structure, nestled behind the façade of Rawhide’s busy Main Street. The producers have once again outdone themselves this year, brining nearly $1 million in animatronics, new special effects and a thrilling brand new layout.
The Nest has received national attention for its massive fear factor. In 2010 Good Morning America named The Nest as the “Spookiest Place in America” and carried a live broadcast from The Nest during its morning Halloween show. America’s Best Haunts, a national ranking of haunted attractions, has named The Nest one of the top 15 haunts in the country. In addition, The Nest has been named the scariest haunted attraction in the country by MSN and scariest haunted attraction in the west by MTV.
“Every year we improve the haunt and bring it to the next level,” added Rea. “This year, we’re truly going where no other haunt has gone before. Join us if you dare.”
Thousands of people will venture into the Nest’s terror this year and come face to face with some of the most fearsome and horrifying characters and scenarios in the haunted house industry.
This year, visitors can explore these terrifying attractions:
• Bleak - It’s dark, it’s tight, it’s sure to be a nightmare for anyone even remotely claustrophobic. Victims will need to walk in a single file line as they won’t be able to see their hands in front of their face in the pitch black that stretches for more than half a mile.
• Turmoil 3D – Prepare for a sensory overload as you enter this house with custom sound, video, illusions and even some crazed clowns that bring this turmoil to reality.
• Mirror Mania – Over 100 feet of mirrors twisting and turning as guests stumble to find their way out. There is no relief for the weary as you enter straight into a graveyard full of many undead creatures.
• The Nest- After weeding out the faint of heart, only the bravest are left to face Jacob Kell and experience the terror that his tormented mind has brought to the world. The brand new layout takes guests through Jacob Kell’s house, room by room, one twisted scene to the next.
General admission is $25.00, with VIP admission available at $40.00 and includes front-of-line-privileges. For exact dates, hours of operation and additional information about The Nest please visit www.frightened.com.
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Chandler, AZ 85226