Thrills in Mandaue Horror Booth for P20 per visitor

Posted on November 1, 2012


Zombies and haunted mazes are sure to give the paying public a scare as the Mandaue Horror Booth opens this week until this Sunday.

For P20 per person, brave souls can enter one of three chambers.

The dark passageways have ghouls ready to appear by surprise and lead t a funeral wake.

The second chamber makes a spectator feel like he or she is in a forest and stepping in quick sand.

Zombies lying on the ground greet visitors in the third chamber ready to give them a scare.

Last Tuesday, Japanese children were heard crying and screaming inside the second chamber as the zombies did their thing.

Mandaue City Mayor Jonas Cortes thanked the organizers of the Mandaue Horror Booth project which is on its sixth Halloween year.

The Kaabag Mandaue Foundation, a nongovernment organization, has been staging the project to raise funds for the annual Christmas Party for young indigent beneficiaries and street children of Mandaue City scheduled on Dec. 21.

Syd Theresa Aparecio, a 26-year-old a call center agent from barangay Canduman, Mandaue City, stood in line to buy a ticket to the Halloween booth.

She said she wanted to have fun and the same time help the street children celebrate Christmas.

The Horror Booth will open at 1 p.m. until midnight.

Pregnant women and those with high blood pressure won’t be allowed in the booth.

No knives or bladed weapons, cell phones and valuables can be taken inside either. These have to be deposited in the check-in counter.

Kaabag hopes to surpass their P300,000 earnings last year. /Correspondent Jucell Marie P. Cuyos

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