... the scares are gruesome, graphic and 'in-your-face.'
East Nashville, Tennessee (PRWEB) September 13, 2014
From September 19th through Halloween, the Devil himself invites everyone to enjoy the theatrical mayhem provided by the Devil's Dungeon. All scenes have been fine-tuned or re-vamped to make Devil's Dungeon an all new experience for both veteran and virgin ‘hauntofiles’. Scenes, including the wildly popular 3D area, have been added and expanded. The scares are gruesome, graphic and ‘in-your-face’. There aren’t standard movie characters; only characters original to Devil's Dungeon, and more reality-based scenes of horror.
Dates and Times of Operation:
September 19th-October 31th: Every Friday and Saturday, 8PM-1AM
4 Sundays in October (October 4th, 12th, 19th, and 26th)
Open Saturday, November 1st: 8PM-1AM
Location: 510 Davidson Street in (East) Nashville
Admission Price: $15.00
About The Devil's Dungeon:
The Devil's Dungeon is in its 15th year of operation. Tony, Bob and Patrick bring many years of experience in the professional haunt industry to Devil's Dungeon. Known regionally and nationally in the industry, Tony and Bob began their haunting experience in the design, construction and management at the Original Death Row Haunted Prison from 1996 – 1999. Patrick literally grew up in the haunted industry, starting at the age of four. There are veteran actors that have been with Devil's Dungeon and the Warner's haunts since its 1996, and other experienced actors have joined forces with Devil's Dungeon to add to the theatrical mayhem.
Journalists: On Friday and Saturday evenings in September, how would a journalist like to experience a night in Devil's Dungeon as an actor as a feature story? Would a journalist be interested in shadowing the technical staff of Devil's Dungeon during a typical evening? Does a journalist need photos and other promotional material from Devil's Dungeon? Please contact Lisa at 615-568-5351 or email@example.com, referencing 'Devil's Dungeon Journalist Inquiry'). Contact ASAP! Earlier in the month, the better. Time is needed to arrange a journalist's visit and coordinate the journalist's actor's spot or shadowing with staff, making sure the journalist can get the most complete experience.