Horror Experience Requires That You Stare Fear In Face
The same crew that brought you Haunted Plantation has created a 50-minute, interactive thriller attraction at Hawaii’s Plantation Village in Waipahu.
Director Noa Laporga transports spectators to the year 1706 when supernatural creatures lurk in the hidden crevices of the utter darkness.
But this is no ordinary scare fest.
Each group must go out of their way to interact with the freaks of the night in order to retrieve objects and perform specific tasks to find their way out.
“1706: A Horror Experience!” stars Angelina Khan and Luis Espinoza, who make for a captivating storyline unlike any other.
Visitors should wear clothing and footwear they don’t mind getting dirty, and of course, it’s “enter at your own risk.”
Showtime is Friday and Saturday throughout the month of February.
“1706: A Horror Experience!” is scheduled for 10 shows per night (every half hour starting at 7 p.m.) with only 12 admitted per show.
Tickets cost $30, and show times are available online at 170six.com/store.
(There is limited space per showing, and each participant must be age 18 or older and sign a waiver.)