Freakling Bros. offers plenty of scares for Valley residents
It is that time of year again and the Freakling Bros. are back with their haunted houses in Las Vegas. Video by ktnv.comvideo
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- Halloween is one of the biggest holidays in Las Vegas and a favorite time of year for many people.
Several haunted houses and attractions are opening this weekend around the Valley.
Representatives of Freakling Bros. stopped by Action News at Midday on Friday to talk about their "Trilogy of Terror" in the northwest part of the Valley.
When: 7 p.m. to midnight weekends and 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Sundays through Thursdays through Oct. 31
Where: United Artists Theaters parking lot, Rainbow Boulevard and Smoke Ranch Road
Tickets: $12 general admission, $29 Freak Pass, $35 Super Freak Pass (all night long)
More info: (702) 362-FEAR or www.freaklingbrothers.com
A master stroke of horror and illusion. Deep within the walls of this fortress beats the heart of pure, unadulterated evil No one under five admitted and no one under 12 admitted alone. Haunted house presented by Freakling Bros.
A full-contact comedy variety show -- Donkey Show -- featuring some of the world's best magicians, comedians, sideshow acts, musicians, circus performers and wrestlers will be presented 7 to 9 p.m. each night. Freakling Bros. will also offer guests the opportunity to eat from some of Las Vegas’ top food trucks, including The Redneck Kitchen, Johnny McGuire’s, The Rusty Pickle, Roamin’ Dough, Chi-Town Hustler, The Chuck Wagon and Curbside Cafe. Trucks will be available from 7 p.m. – midnight on Sept. 28 - 29, Oct. 5 – 6, Oct. 12 – 13, Oct. 19 – 20 and Oct. 26 – 29.
The Circus of Horrors
The Circus of Horrors features a terrifying collection of the most bizarre freaks, human oddities and grotesque monstrosities ever assembled under one tent. No one under five admitted and no one under 12 admitted alone.
Gates of Hell
Gates of Hell is the first R-rated haunted attraction in Nevada. The Gates of Hell is a sadistic experiment in absolute sensory overload. No one under 17 will be admitted without parent or guardian.
Certain situations may be considered graphic and/or offensive to some.