Baysox Introduce Psycho Safari Haunted House

| September 17, 2011 | 0 Comments

The Bowie Baysox and Tulip Gulch Productions announce today a terrifying new adventure at Prince George’s Stadium.  The Psycho Safari is a haunted attraction open to thrill-seekers starting Friday, Sept. 30, and continuing every Friday and Saturday in October, as well as Sunday, Oct. 30, and Halloween Monday, Oct. 31.  Tulip Gulch Productions produces the longest-running haunted attraction the region, now in its 10th year at Prince George’s Stadium and 25th year in Bowie.

The Psycho Safari is rated PG-13 and parental discretion is highly advised.  The show features more than 30 live actors along with props and special effects, and takes approximately 20 minutes to walk through.  Tickets for the haunted house are $17, and special rates are available for groups of 10 or more that order tickets in advance.  Tickets can be purchased online at www.baysox.com or by calling the Baysox at (301) 805-6000.

Stadium gates open for the haunted house at 6:30 p.m. and tours run from dusk until 11 p.m.    The entire show takes place indoors and all shows open rain or shine.  The line for the haunted house forms on the concourse level of the stadium.  While the concourse is covered and remains dry, fans are encouraged to dress for the weather. 

Baysox General Manager Brian Shallcross has been pleased to terrify Baysox fans over the years.  “Our haunted house is the best haunted house in the region,” Shallcross said.  “The innovation and intricacies of our event get better every year and we are thrilled and slightly scared about the safari.  Our haunted house is another example of our efforts to utilize our facility for year-round entertainment.”

The complete list of show dates:

  • Friday, Sept. 30 – Saturday, Oct. 1
  • Friday, Oct. 7 – Saturday, Oct. 8
  • Friday, Oct. 14 – Saturday, Oct. 15
  • Friday, Oct. 21 – Saturday, Oct. 22
  • Friday, Oct. 28 – Monday, Oct. 31

 

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