Bowie Baysox To Present Glenn Dale Asylum

| September 21, 2009 | 0 Comments

Haunted House Comes To Bowieglenndale

The longest-running haunted house in the region will terrorize Prince George’s Stadium when Tulip Gulch Productions and the Bowie Baysox present “Glenn Dale Asylum” on every Friday and Saturday in October.  The all-new haunted attraction features more than 30 live actors and will take approximately 20 minutes for thrill-seekers crazy enough to walk through.  “Glenn Dale Asylum” is rated PG-13, and parental discretion is highly encouraged.

Baysox Director of Ticket Operations Charlene Fewer has witnessed six “hauntings” at Prince George’s Stadium.  “Tulip Gulch Productions puts on an amazing show,” said Fewer.  “Every year we watch people run out the door and into the parking lot.  They swear they’ll never come back, that it’s too scary.  But sure enough, year after year they come back.”

Gates will open for “Glenn Dale Asylum” at 6 p.m. on show nights, and tours will run from sundown to 11 p.m.  The show is handicap accessible and takes place completely indoors.  While the show is indoors and all shows will open rain or shine, the line will form on the concourse level of the stadium and guests are encouraged to dress for the weather.

The complete list of show dates:

  • Friday, Oct. 2 – Saturday, Oct. 3
  • Friday, Oct. 9 – Saturday, Oct. 10
  • Friday, Oct. 16 – Saturday, Oct. 17
  • Friday, Oct. 23 – Saturday, Oct. 24
  • Friday, Oct. 30 – Saturday, Oct. 31

Tickets for “Glenn Dale Asylum” are $15 and are available on www.baysox.com or by calling (301) 805-6000.

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