This is NOT a haunted house.

This is NOT the same show as “This is Real” from 2016-2017

This is it’s own thing. This is an “out-of-town tryout” in COLD SPRING, NY for a large haunted house we intend on doing in NYC next year where you walk through blindfolded. This is not that. It is only a conceptual experiment of the concept, but much smaller and very intimate. You will be blindfolded the whole time. Your other senses will be engaged, including taste, but you will not be traveling through a large maze like you will be in the future. However, you will certainly be moving around in different ways and you will be engaged the entire time. It will last around 30 minutes where you are given some intense attention the entire time.

Only 5 tickets are sold for each time slot. If you would like to go with only your friends you would have to buy all the tickets for the that time slot. It doesn’t matter much though. There will be very little interaction between you and your friends and you will be blindfolded the entire time.

No one under 18 is allowed. If you come to the venue and you are under 18 you will not receive a refund. Only 5 tickets are sold for each hour and we will not be able to make up for the lost slot, so NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE!

TICKETS range from $25-$27: No discounts, no free passes, no sweet talk.

Horror Stories runs October 18th-November 4th in Cold Spring, NY

Thursday and Sunday: $25
Friday and Saturday: $27

Thursday: 7, 7:45, 8:30 AND 9:15

Friday: 730, 8:15, 9, 9:45, 10:30

Saturday: 7, 7:45, 8:30, 9:15, 10 pm

Sunday: 6, 6:45, 7:30, 8:15

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The experience happens rain or shine (or cold) and half of the event is outside. we will be providing ponchos, but there is nowhere to wait inside at the venue, and you will participate in the event in the rain if need be, so please come prepared for that. Before the show, if you’d like to wait inside, there are several watering holes down the street, particularly Doug’s Pretty Good Pub and Barber and Brew which both serve food as well.