ZOMBIE MAYHEM AT SPOOKTACULAR

A plague of zombie soldiers tore out the Heart of England in a Halloween blitzkrieg of pure terror!Visitors to the Heart of England Conference and Events Centre in Warwickshire were given a horrifying Halloween experience to haunt them for many a month thanks to a chilling interactive Area 51 show that was not for the fainthearted.After creating a realistic biohazard laboratory in the woods at the centre situated at Fillongley in North Warwickshire and then filling the area with a troupe of terrifying mutant zombie troops from World War II led by the demonic Professor Mortuus, Area 51 created the scariest October 31 show to be seen in the UK.Billed as a "Spooktacular,"

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A plague of zombie soldiers tore out the Heart of England in a Halloween blitzkrieg of pure terror!Visitors to the Heart of England Conference and Events Centre in Warwickshire were given a horrifying Halloween experience to haunt them for many a month thanks to a chilling interactive Area 51 show that was not for the fainthearted.After creating a realistic biohazard laboratory in the woods at the centre situated at Fillongley in North Warwickshire and then filling the area with a troupe of terrifying mutant zombie troops from World War II led by the demonic Professor Mortuus, Area 51 created the scariest October 31 show to be seen in the UK.Billed as a “Spooktacular,”

The show involved revellers being greeted inside the centre by Captain Mitch Mitchell and then transported from the centre out to the middle of the woods in the dark where they then had to move through a maze of gloomy tunnels and rooms.

Eventually the visitors reached Professor Mortuus’ lab to be greeted by bloodthirsty, genetically-modified German World War II troops where the evil mastermind declared that he wanted the DNA and flesh of those present.

Escape via a further maze of tunnels filled with special FX, CO2 blasts and more zombies led the visitors back to Jeeps, so they could be driven back to the safety of the Heart of England centre, concluding 15 minutes of pure terror.

The show was lauded as the most frightening of its kind and Area 51 performers and décor staff were praised for their efforts. Klas Tacer performed the role of Mortuus while Capt. Mitchell was played by Caspian.

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