LOGAN — The ARTS is offering a great way to get in to the spirit of Halloween with “Twisted Terror: Camp Dead South.” This is the ARTS third year in mounting a new installment of “Twisted Terror,” and, this time, it promises to be the ultimate haunted trail experience. A zombie-infested hiking trail combined with a hay ride and scavenger hunt will appeal to anyone looking for something different to do this Halloween season.
“Twisted Terror” is being presented with special permission from the Boy Scouts of America at Camp Chief Logan on Garrett’s Fork Road in Chapmanville, W.Va.. The trail runs the next two weekends on Friday and Saturday nights: Oct. 23, 24, 30 and 31. Gate opens at 7:30 p.m. and will run until midnight. Admission is $10.
Twisted Terror is not for the faint of heart. It is a hiking trail, some of it being uphill. You may get chased, touched, or possibly eaten by zombies. Please be advised this is an outdoor attraction so weather appropriate footwear and clothing are essential. As hiking, possible running, fog machines, strobe lights, darkness and sudden movements are a part of this experience, please speak to your doctor before participating if you have any physical or mental illness that may be aggravated by these activities. All participants will enter at their own risk.
The ARTS is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing quality entertainment to the people of Southern West Virginia. The company primarily works out of the historic Coalfield Jamboree Theatre to provide year-round fine arts entertainment to the region. For more information on the ARTS or Twisted Terror please visit www.theARTSwv.com, www.facebook.com/theARTSwv or call 304-785-0547.