Netherworld haunted house to open for one night only in December

At Netherworld, characters don’t wait until you’re inside the haunted house to scare you. The production, which is held in Norcross, requires about 100 actors per night. CONTRIBUTED BY NETHERWORLD

At Netherworld, characters don’t wait until you’re inside the haunted house to scare you. The production, which is held in Norcross, requires about 100 actors per night. CONTRIBUTED BY NETHERWORLD

Whether you were unable to visit Netherworld during the Halloween season or you’re looking for a chance to experience the haunted attraction again, you’re in luck.

The popular metro Atlanta haunted house will reopen for one night only in December, giving horror fans one more thrilling experience before the end of 2016.

The “encore performance of Monsters,” the Netherworld’s main haunted attraction, will be open with limited capacity, however.

Timed tickets can be purchased at thirty minute intervals from 7:30 p.m. through 10 p.m. on Dec. 17. Only six people will be allowed into the haunted attraction at a time. And, as if the haunted house isn’t scary enough on its own, attendees will be led through the terrifying attraction by a rope this time around.

A Facebook post for the event emphasizes that walk up sales will not be available. Additionally, the post stresses that the Monsters attraction will not be holiday themed, although Krampus will be available for photos.

If you’re wondering what Netherworld is like, I went through thee haunted attraction with go-pro strapped to my chest earlier this year. I wrote about the terrifying experience, too.




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