2 horror attractions you should never visit on your own
Text & Photos: Irene Mariell Labucay and Naomi Jemimah Liao, STC MassCom Interns
FOR many of us, the Halloween Season would definitely be incomplete without experiencing horror booths. Halloween is fast approaching and we have two spooky spots for you, your family and barkada to check out. But if you insist on going solo, don’t say we didn’t warn you.
“Kakahuyan” at Parkmall
The infamous horror booth of Parkmall is back this Halloween Season with another spine-chilling concept and a native feel to it.
With its walk-in-the-park theme,”Kakahuyan” has been giving thrill-seekers goosebumps since last Oct. 5. The horror park features Filipino mythological creatures such as the aswang, tikbalang, and engkanto. And who says the mysterious White Lady has gone out of fashion?
Parkmall’s wildly popular horror attraction is on its ninth run, but the entrance fee remains at P50, a remarkable price for such an unforgettable night of terror. So join the queue and jump into the realm of the “Kakahuyan” until Nov. 4 from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Perhaps you’ve come across those spooky photos circulating all over Facebook of an old house along V. Ranudo St. in Cogon Ramos, Cebu City. If you’re deathly curious, that creepy place has a name: House 104. And it opened its doors to the public as early as Sept. 22.
The horror house has been sitting for ages across Casino Español, and since it’s quite ancient, House 104 assures a spine-tingling, hair-raising experience for the horror hungry from 3 p.m. to 12 midnight.
Adding to the eerie, desolate vibe, only a maximum of six people per tour are allowed inside the horror house. The regular entrance fee is P150 per head, but students can avail themselves of a student rate at P100 (just present your ID). House 104 will continue to terrify unwitting visitors until Nov. 24.