Horror characters in Ribble Valley for film trailer

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Blood dripping from walls, terrifying deathly screams, people bound in chains and frothing at the mouth – it’s all in a day’s work for the cast and crew of a Ribble Valley Hallowe’en scare attraction.

Pigs and sheep might be the norm at Hawkshaw Farm Park, Longsight Road, but on a scary Sunday in April, the cows “moo-ved” over to make way for a blood-splattered, gory set where filming of the 2012 trailer for Scare Kingdom DOOMSDAY Scream Park took place.

Costumed performers wearing macabre make-up spent a day on the farm location of the scare attraction where producers and directors undertook production of the 2012 teaser trailer, which included an appearance from LuciFEAR, a terrifying, deathly character from the 2011 attraction.

Jason Karl, Creative Director of AtmosFEAR! Entertainment Group, producers of Scare Kingdom, said: “Scare Kingdom will be quite different from previous years in 2012, and we have created a video taster of what guests can expect when the park re-opens on October 13th this year.”

New for 2012, DOOMSDAY spells horror and gore like never before at Scare Kingdom Scream Park where the end of the world quandary has sparked evil thoughts in the minds of the creative team.

Jason added: “Our previous guests have continually asked for more intense scares, so for 2012, the fourth consecutive year of Scare Kingdom, we are going to give it to them with no holds barred!”

Running over 15 dates between Saturday October 13th and Saturday November 3rd, this year’s scream park will operate on more nights than ever before, following huge demand from scare-seekers.

Tickets are available via the website at www.scarekingdom.com or via Ticketweb on 08444 77 1000 from May 2012, and range from £12-£17.50 per person, per night. A £2 per person discount is available by quoting “wearwellingtonboots”.