Terror on the Trail: Halloween Attraction From Aurora Theatre
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The last date listed for Terror on the Trail was Saturday October 26, 2013 / 9:20pm.
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After the death of their mother, sisters Mavis and Anne return to their childhood home to tackle ...Learn More
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It was very entertaining...the acting was superb. I don't think everyone knew it was acting and they were expecting more "terror".
We were in a group of young boys and they were very disrespectful while the actors were performing...
Overall my son and I thought it was great...a few more special effects would have been nice (apple tree story)
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It was ok...the stories were neat but i think they could have done so much more with this. We were expecting zombies to come out and scare us the whole time but we got none of that. The stories they told were really good...over all not scary...continued
Imagine, if you will, all of this malice manifesting itself in a legion of foul, undead lake creatures with an insatiable desire for human fear. They are closer and more real than you can imagine.
During the day, Sims Lake Park is an idyllic retreat where people come for a jog around the seven-acre lake. Children play and families enjoy scenic picnic spots. Everything is beautiful. Peaceful.
But at night, scary teenage zombies charge six captive souls with telling tales of terror. They lead brave listeners through Sims Lake and they delight in your terror.
It is the season of horror and if you dare to hear these tales a living nightmare awaits you. Not in some cozy haunted house, but in the dark, in the woods, around a lake.
Brace yourself as Aurora Theatre brings another haunted attraction to life, Terror on the Trail at Sims Lake Park in Suwanee.
About the Ticket Supplier: Aurora Theatre
Aurora Theatre is committed to producing quality, professional theatre for the Southeast, North Georgia, and their most ardent supporters, the residents of Gwinnett County by offering entertainment that nurtures a love of theatre and develops a new generation of theatergoers.