Monday, September 23, 2013

Why Can't We Have a Naked Nightfall Night?

Posted By on Mon, Sep 23, 2013 at 1:21 PM

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When I pay outrageous prices for a cheap scare I want those poorly paid actors to scare my pants off. Literally.

It looks like the folks at Shocktoberfest in Sinking Spring, PA have the right, sick and twisted idea. The haunted house is hosting an after hours nude tour for adult exhibitionist looking for a good scare. Who doesn't want to run around in the flesh with rotting flesh eating zombies chasing you?

There are some rules however:

Disclaimer: Shocktoberfest has created this experience so their customers can explore a new level of fear. This is about fear and pushing oneself out of their comfort zone. This is not about sex. No sexual misconduct, inappropriate or disrespectful behavior will be tolerated.
*Please note there is an additional cleaning charge if we scare the p*ss out of you!

That's a deal breaker.

What if I want to reenact a scene from one of my favorite horror films but not have the real fear of dying? I hope someone from the Slaughterhouse or Nightfall is reading and makes this a reality and takes it a step further. Tucson has to be more creative than Sinking Springs? It's like the underwear party but with a naked Leatherface swinging a chainsaw and more strobe lights. I want to go bloody streaking. Who's with me?

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