The Horror Company Launches Horror and Halloween Experiential Products for the Mall, Museum, Theme Park, and Destination Place Industries

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The Horror Company has devised and launched a line of guest experiential products for the Halloween season and horror fans in general, suited to malls, museums, theme parks, urban districts, and other destination places.

our unique approach is to seek a true scare experience through our proprietary scare tactics ... We want our guests to be afraid, to be very afraid. - Joe Camarota

The Horror Company has initiated sales efforts associated with its newly-launched experiential products, each steeped in the specific traditions of Halloween and the horror genre in general. First products are expected in the marketplace in 2012.

"We are truly excited about what we're bringing to the marketplace," said Joseph Camarota, Scaremaster for The Horror Company (http://www.thehorrorcompany.com), "our product line has been created to allow implementation as an owned and managed guest experience, or as a uniquely adapted to a particular host place circumstance as a work for hire."    

The Horror Company's experiential products are designed for the mall enivornment, whether center court or tented parking lot, as well as for theme park, resorts, urban districts, and other destination places such as science museums and children's museums. Camarota notes, "our unique approach is to seek a true scare experience through our proprietary scare tactics, and to not to focus on shock through gore. We want our guests to be afraid, to be very afraid."

The Horror Company (http://www.thehorrorcompany.com) was founded by Joseph and Linda Camarota, in association with Adventure Entertainment Company (http://www.adventureEC.com). The Camarota's have had a long association with horror experience concepting and design, contributing all intellectual property for pursuit through The Horror Company. Partner Adventure Entertainment Company is an entertainment development and management organization focused on niche segments of the leisure-time industry. For more information, visit the company's website at http://www.thehorrorcompany.com

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