Slipknot’s Scream Park Sneak Peak

Slipknot fans rejoice. There’s a new show in town, and you’re bound to lose a little sleep over it. Slipknot’s Scream Park is a one-of-a-kind event that features three gargantuan, professional quality haunted houses, each with a different Slipknot-related theme.

Here’ s breakdown of the three haunted houses:

Prepare for Hell is an all-new attraction that will delve into the deepest circles of Hell. This is a special place, reserved for the most brutal, sadistic individuals the world has ever seen. Most mass murderers wouldn’t even last a day down here. As you walk through these sickening hallways, you’ll quickly realize that the heat isn’t your primary concern, and neither are the many horrific occupants. You’ll just want to know how to get out. Let’s hope you can make it.

Clown’s Playhouse takes place in the mind of Shawn “Clown” Crahan. You’ll be surprised just how twisted things have become in there. Don’t underestimate the power of a man’s inner demons, particularly when they are put on display, for all to experience. As you walk into the countless rooms and hallways that are Clown’s most terrible nightmares, feel fortunate that you don’t have to live with such an active imagination. You’ll just have to hope you can make it out before being consumed by the creatures he has conjured up to corner you.

Skin Ticket is a total-blackout attraction. Armed only with a single flashlight, your group will have to traverse the pitch-black home of a heinous killer. Feel your way through the labyrinthine halls and rooms, and try not to become his next victim. Are you there on accident, or were you somehow lured into his trap? Try not to step on any rotting corpses, and get out as quickly as possible. The longer you’re in there, the more likely he is to find you. Let’s hope you can escape before being discovered. Skin Ticket is inspired by the band’s eponymous song, and was designed by Corey Taylor and Shawn “Clown” Crahan.

Clearly, this event is not for children. It is not recommended for anyone under the age of 18. While there is no strict age restriction, parents are strongly advised to exercise caution when allowing their children to attend. For a more family friendly event, consider the Sacramento Horror Film Festival. It will take place from October 9th to October 11th, and will feature dozens of terrifying short films, and full length pictures produced by local, and more well-known film artists.

Those who are looking for something even more benign can consider the Boo at the Zoo, hosted at the Sacramento Zoo. Kids can wear costumes, get their faces painted, and trick-or-treat at candy stations placed around the lake. This event will be on October 30th and 31st, and will cost $10 for non-members.

For those of you brave enough, Slipknot’s Scream Park will be the ultimate Halloween haunted house attraction. For tickets and info visit