Heretic Horror House Presents Vanish (The Desert Can Be A Scary Place)

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The desert is an isolate and desolate place.  At night it’s cold and foreboding.  Site of many body dumps.  Murders and rituals have taken place here.  Haunted.  You’ve all driven through the desert.  On the way to Vegas or in the Antelope Valley.  Some of our worst paranormal investigations have taken place here.  Rosamond Asylum, Hangman’s House, Amaragosa Hotel’s Spooky Hollow.  These are the types of places you will find.  Filled with spirits, many of them negative.  In the desert no  one can hear you scream.  Now from the sick mind of creator Adrian Marcato comes Heretic Vanish.  An extreme horror simulation that walks a very fine line,

S U N D A Y NOVEMBER 29 2015
H E R E T I C presents  V A N I S H
Synopsis: A fragmented Horror Noir that unfolds by getting lost, encountering strange psychotics and become one of the missing.
This is a 21 and over simulation
Extreme Gore elements
Traveling
Intensely immersive
Aggression – This is not a level 5 aggression,
guests will be manhandled and moved around
There will also be an option for those who prefer a softer session
A very ambitious attempt by H E R E T I C that will take two very slick genres, the layers of a dark seedy noir and the horrors of altered states.  The Desert is a dark empty place cold and unforgiving it also is a place where the unknown can hide.
TICKETS GO ON SALE NOVEMBER 9 2015
TICKETS WILL SELL OUT
For more information visit:  www.heretichorrorhouse.com
SPREAD THE WORD
TOGETHER WE ARE H E R E T I C
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V A N I S H
references:
The Stranger by Albert Camus
The Vanishing -Dutch-French film (1988) directed by George Sluzier
Raw Shark Texts by Steven Hall
The Thing on the Doorstep by H.P. Lovecraft
House on the Borderlands by Willam Hope Hodgson
Menalaiad by John Barth
We Live Inside you by Jeremy Robert Johnson
The Missing are never lost by Adrian Marcato

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