Utah's scariest, creepiest and most exciting haunted attraction returns to Draper, bigger and more terrifying than ever, on Friday September 14. The Strangling Brothers Haunted Circus will shock visitors with its Terrifying Semi-Trailers of Terror, located just off the Bangerter Exit of I-15 at 98 East 13800 South.
Strangling Brothers offers a different twist to the haunt industry with frightful experiences in twenty-three custom designed tractor-trailers, each outfitted with over 66 different cutting-edge animatronics, innovative lighting and sound environments. New haunted semi-trailers in 2012 include the Infirmary and Emergency Room, along with favorites Frankinswine, Goreliath, Forced Perspective and Demented Fun House.
New this year, Odyssey Dance Theatre will scare and terrorize the waiting crowd with zombie dancers performing Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” in the Big Top Tent of Horrors.
With over 20 years of professional haunting experience staging the Haunted Forrest in American Fork, and Haunted Hollow in Ogden, Bob Tillotson and Jim Thornton are highly skilled and knowledgeable in how to scare people.
"The attraction takes a different approach from other standard haunts,” said Bob Tillotson. “Our haunted trailers of circus freaks are uniquely designed to scare all who enter with a new dimension of fear and screams. We believe the scariest haunted house in Utah is Strangling Brothers Haunted Circus.”
The Haunted Circus opens September 14 and will run Fridays and Saturdays from September 14 through October 6 then everyday but Sunday till October 31. The fear, confusion and fun begin at 7:30pm each night. Ticket prices start at $20 per person and can be purchased at the door or online at www.stranglingbros.com. Add an extra $5 for a Fast Pass to eliminate waiting in line. Discount coupons are available at Wendy’s restaurants or bring a ticket stub from other haunted house and receive $6 off your pass to the Haunted Circus.