WHATEVER HAPPENS ... DONT GET CAUGHT
The most extreme event to date!
Picture being driven to a remote location for a one of a kind camping experience. Imagine that after you all settle you learn of the real reason you are here. The truth about the woods and the nearby RESERVE. What happens when you are on the biggest game reserve there is? What happens when it is YOU that is being hunted.
Try to survive this Sick and twisted experience in a no holds bared FULL CONTACT experience. NO RULES, NO SAFE WORD and only one objective…
What ever happens … DONT GET CAUGHT!
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Great experience – intense, scary and great fun!
We were unsure what to expect but were not disappointed. A really intense experience, not for the faint of heart but fantastically rewarding for those with the stomach for it. These guys really put the work in! Gritty realism and plenty of scares. #teambob
Stage 2 The mill
The “sign-in” was made part of the event which was great. From arriving in the car park the hosts were in character and never broke away from it!
It was an adrenaline fuelled heart pumping physical and emotional rollercoaster!!! I’ve akways wondered how I would react to terrifying situations...now I know and I will be booking onto part one!!
Total credit to the hosts and the infected. To get a group of terrified strangers through a well scripted and totally immersive experience with no hiccups is not an easy thing to do. Total professionals!
I honestly have no criticism on how it could be improved. It was totally awesome and a big shout out to hibbo our team leader. Thanks for holding my gun when I was wrestling a zombie who was waaaay stronger than me. Totally bit of more than I could chew but at least I had a go!
Don’t hesitate readers just book it! It’s amazing!
Part 1 – The Labs, Bury
These guys get it so right. Exhilarating, terrifying and wholly immersive, right from the moment you enter. Can’t wait to try the other events...once I’ve washed the blood from my hair.
A real life horror movie!
Scary Wasn’t The Word