This Creepy Christmas Drive-Thru May Scar Your Children
Have you ever seen the movie "Silent Night Deadly Night"? It's a mid-80s slasher flick, with a lot of gratuitous violence and nudity. Without giving away any specific spoilers, a young child is traumatized by Santa, then snaps one Christmas and goes on a murder spree while dressed as Santa.
That's the sort of insanity you can expect at Bloodshed Farms Creepy Christmas Drive-Thru!
Gather up a carload of friends and be prepared for "a frightmare of scenery and lights, encountering sadistic elves, Christmas ghost, crazed snowmen, a winter carnevil, crotchety Xmas clowns, Krampus, and of course, zombie Santa!"
Since it is a drive through experience, everything will be safe and socially distant. The Creepy Christmas Drive-Thru takes place Friday, December 4th from 6-10pm, and Saturday, December 5th from 5-10pm. If the weather is bad, they have a rain date set up for the following weekend, December 11th and 12th.
Tickets are $50 per car, and if you're feeling extra daring, there is the option to spend an extra $20 to upgrade to the VIP "Christmas Carnage" package! That makes the scares even more intense, as the drive-thru performers will be allowed to touch your car and use props like fake blood, tinsel, water, powder, and more (don't worry, all the products are vehicle-safe).
There are still tickets available, so get them before they sell out! The ticket page also includes more specific rules and regulations that you'll want to check out to make sure everything goes smooth.
Thanks to my jolly coworker Sue Moll @ WOBM for the tip!