Press Release provided by Stephen Mercer, Austin Scare for a Cure
Austin always offers something seasonal for the visiting veggie biker to experience. For Halloween, it is the Scare for a Cure interactive haunted house.
The Veggie Biker has followed this from a distance for several years, listening to tales of saving old buildings for their ghost town and creating scary scenarios. He even accompanied two of the Scare for the Cure volunteers to research Neil Patrick Harris’ haunted mansion in Hollywood last year. They think Scare for a Cure can do it better.
SCARE for a CURE presents “Fairy Tale Nightmare???, “Murder at Ghost Town??? and “The Boneyard???
What’s new this year? This year not only will SCARE for a CURE have our hour long haunted adventure “Fairy Tale Nightmare???, but we’ve added two new events! “Murder at Ghost Town???, a murder mystery and the “The Boneyard??? fit only for the bravest of souls.
What happens when there are not more happy endings? It’s all gone horribly, horribly wrong in Fairyland. You may be the last hope. Or you may become twisted like all the rest. Forget what you think you know about Fairy Tales. Ours are far more grimm than you can imagine!
The year is 1883, and the small town of J. Lorraine, Texas is burning. Or at least many of the folks who live there are. Someone committed an unspeakable act of cruelty and murder. The culprit was never caught and the dead cannot rest until someone solves the crime. Help the residents of GHOST TOWN find final peace – SOLVE the mystery of the Murder at Ghost Tow
Step in the mouth of madness with The Boneyard, an all-new high SCARE attraction that will have you running for your lives. Try to find your way out of a twisted pit of the most terrifying monstrosities imaginable! Navigate the cursed junkyard with your worst nightmares nipping at your heels.
Run entirely by volunteers, SCARE for a CURE has become one of the most popular attractions in Austin, Texas during the Halloween season. But don’t be fooled by the name, while SCARE is definitely passionate about the creation of its unique haunt experiences, the emphasis is really on the word CARE. Each year well over three hundred volunteers come together with a passion to share their talent and make a difference in their community. Last year SCARE donated $20,000 to the Breast Cancer Resource Centers of Texas, and a percentage of our 2013 proceeds from the interactive haunted adventure will again benefit the BCRC.
|Contact:Norma Crippen, Co-Founder/Marketing Director, SCARE for CURE, 512-669-2581, www.scareforacure.org|