It will be a case of “Ship argggh!” rather than “Ship ahoy!” when a terrifying new attraction sails into view at one of the North East’s most fearful events. Award-winning scare attraction, Psycho Path, will return to the region this autumn to its’ home at Lintz Hall Farm, Burnopfield.
Now organisers have released more details about one of the newest terrors that visitors can experience this time around.
A ghostly pirate adventure, Cutthroat Island, will see guests enticed aboard a ship with the promise of great riches, only to meet with a gruesome fate. To ensure that thrill seekers have the experience of their lives, the team behind the event has built a 75-foot-long vessel, where all of the action will take place.
Christiano Crawford, one of the directors and creators of Psycho Path, is not giving away too many details but promises it will be “one of the best years yet.” He said:
“The pirate ship is looking spectacular and will add yet another dimension to the Psycho Path adventure. It is going to be an incredible experience.”
Visitors can also experience the return of iScream, a clown maze and scary freak show, Cornered, a terrifying journey through a corn field and the ever-popular Psycho City.
Also back this year is Isolation, where brave visitors go alone through a number of different doors and face terrifying encounters.
Plans are underway for another new attraction which will also be announced in the near future.
Visitors to Psycho Path will also be able enjoy a full programme of entertainment, a food and drink village, and fairground rides.
Psycho Path 2022 opens on 30 September and will then run every Friday and Saturday night from 7 October and from 28-31 October.
Tickets are available at www.psycho-path.co.uk