SATAN’S SLAMMER!

Bad boys and girls faced a night in the slammer with Lord Satan himself after Halloween took a gruesome turn for the worst. Area 51 freaks and fiends mustered for a macabre get-together as part of an extreme horror ‘scare maze’ that drew screams and plaudits alike in Warwickshire.

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Bad boys and girls faced a night in the slammer with Lord Satan himself after Halloween took a gruesome turn for the worst. Area 51 freaks and fiends mustered for a macabre get-together as part of an extreme horror ‘scare maze’ that drew screams and plaudits alike in Warwickshire.

After the devastating late cancellation of the company’s “Road To Hell” drive-through terror, have-a-go bosses banged a few skulls together to deliver a brand new Halloween attraction in dead quick time.

“Satan’s Slammer” was designed, created and put together in double-quick time to appear at the Weston Lawns Equestrian facility in Bulkington on the outskirts of Coventry but all the hard work paid off as the event turned out to be a spectacular success, as punters clamoured for a night in the Slammer, and foundations were laid for future shows at the venue.

Designed as an in-your-face and powerful Halloween horror jolt to the system, “Satan’s Slammer” saw Area 51’s design team transform a large stable block into an intricate “scare-maze” based on an evil jail, brutally maintained by an imaginary relative of Aleister Crowley, aka “The Beast” for his dark master, the Devil.

Punters visiting the walk-through event had the living daylights scared out of them by a 30-strong team of actors and performers who enacted various ritualistic and spine-chilling series of “happenings.”

Not for the faint hearted, the Slammer 25-minute long experience included mock disembowelings, sacrifices to Satan and the suchlike which led to huge praise from those who attended.

Area 51 put together an all-star list of performers for the non family-friendly show including The Mighty Gareth, Glastonbury legend Big Grey, Klas Tacer and Luke D’Silva. The show was such a success that Area 51 are already planning an even scarier version for 2022!

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