HALLOWEEN HORROR ON SECRET PARTY

Clubbers were given the creeps after Area 51 helped transform an old bus depot into a haunted house of horrors at an exclusive party event in the heart of the East Midlands. Area 51 transformed the Secret Party Project Halloween hoedown into a spectre-tacular scare-fest of monster proportions n Nottingham, creating a six-minute walk through attraction for guests at the entrance to the shindig.

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Clubbers were given the creeps after Area 51 helped transform an old bus depot into a haunted house of horrors at an exclusive party event in the heart of the East Midlands.

Area 51 transformed the Secret Party Project Halloween hoedown into a spectre-tacular scare-fest of monster proportions n Nottingham, creating a six-minute walk through attraction for guests at the entrance to the shindig.

A riveting collection of scenery, special effects, scary mood lighting, spooky sound effects and a collection of frightening freaks all combined to cause mayhem as guests arrived at the event at the old Barton’s bus depot in Beeston.

Screams rang out as each reveller had to move through the attraction which was littered among a collection of vintage vehicles including a 50-metre long underground tunnel of terror before getting inside the party which featured three rooms of bangin’ house music nirvana served up by an impressive array of DJ talent.

The creepy collection of ghouls, zombies and assorted monsters from Area 51 proved to be the perfect pre-party attraction.

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