An Aberystwyth Halloween event dubbed “the most terrifying in Wales” is set to return with three new horror attractions.
The Daily Post reported “Staged in a genuine Victorian silver mine, Terror Mountain is a fright fest of stomach-churning scares with four “petrifying and convincing” live action features.
New for the event in 2018 is a number of new immersive horror attractions, each which will bring your deepest and darkest fears to life.
Thrill seekers will be chased through the darkness by flesh-eating demons, tortured in the pits of Hell and plagued by evil spirits as they break free from the land of the undead.
If you think you’re brave enough to take it on, this is what’s in store for victims brave enough to venture to Terror Mountain this Halloween:
New for 2018: Summoning
If you want to make contact with the spirit world, you might have been led to believe that trying to contact the other side with a Ouija board is a great idea.
But anyone who has ever seen a dodgy horror film should know it’s never a good idea to beckon the undead.
But, if you insist on dabbling with dark forces you don’t understand, don’t be surprised if you end up crossing paths with ‘her’.
Who is she? You really don’t want to know.
New for 2018: Retribution
Now is the time to repent your sins as you descend into the depths of the great inferno and come face to face with some of our most nightmarish creatures known to this world.
Everyone thinks they are a good person and an un-tainted soul. But the creature in the pits of Hell can smell your sins. They feed on your impurities and relish in your unkind actions.
With little hope of salvation, will you survive facing the demons of the underworld?
New for 2018: Relic
Come and marvel at the Ponterwyd Museum of Curiosities acquisitions, where you’ve been invited for the opening night’s unveiling ceremony. Enjoy a variety of other oddities and gawp at the exciting collection.
The centrepiece for this brand-new showcase is an ancient Relic, which dates back 100’s of years. However, don’t touch the artefacts, as the curator is very protective.
Strange happenings have been reported to authorities for months now, and the situation has now reached media attention. The secretive organisation U.T.U.R (Unknown Threat Response Unit) have been dispatched to the site, and they request civilians to join the investigation to discover the truth.
Strange lights, odd noises, phone interference, missing persons have all been reported- just make sure you’re not next on the list.
Terror Mountain is not suitable for under 12s, and those aged 12-17 are admitted only at the discretion of a guardian and must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
Tickets cost from £20 to £29 on the gate (depending which night you pick) but can be bought in advance at a discounted online rate, ranging from £16 to £23.20 .
An Ultimate Terror Pass, which gives unlimited entry to all 2018 dates, is also available, priced £39. While, for every group of 10 that books, the eleventh person gets in free.” here.
Go to www.terrormountain.co.uk for more details