The Barn of Terror, named by USA Today one of New York State’s top 10 haunted houses, launched a new ad campaign and theme for 2017, The Barn of Terror and the Circle of Hell – Evil has a following…. Raleigh Green Inc developed the theme, provided all photography, design, and media campaign. RGI also developed the storyline for this year’s theme, building on the storyline RGI has developed over the last three years as The Barn of Terror’s agency of record. In their fifteenth year, ticket sales for The Barn of Terror have grown over 200% in the last 3 years.
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The Barn of Terror Opens September 29th for Fifteenth Season with New Cult Theme
Lake Katrine, NY 9/16/17
The Barn of Terror, a seasonal Halloween entertainment, opens for its fifteenth season on September 29th at 25 Thru View Farm Road on Old Kings Highway in Lake Katrine, NY. Named one of the “Top Ten Haunted Houses in New York State” by USA Today, The Barn of Terror opens every Friday, Saturday and Sunday until October 29th, starting at 7pm until no bodies are left. The Barn of Terror offers guests the ultimate chance to experience the Halloween season with many great scares and fun.
Continuing the storyline from the past two years about the frightening Mr. Kobbe (aka The Cornmaster) and his strange family, this year’s theme is ‘The Barn of Terror and the Circle of Hell’. Introducing the Cornmaster’s followers, this year will be wilder than ever with cult and occult themes woven throughout the theme park. Along with the Kobbe Family and their followers, the Barn of Terror includes 8 rooms of bloodcurdling barn frights, the horrifying silo, a mind-bending corn maze, shocking mineshaft, eerie field house, the cursed Cornville. The Barn of Terror offers visitors light refreshments and a gift shop.
“We can’t wait for visitors to see what we have in store for them this year’ says Jim Boice, owner of the Barn of Terror business. “This is not for the feint-of-heart. Our actors really get into entertaining our guests, and this year we plan to kick-it up several notches” says Boice. Started in 2002 by the Boice family, the seasonal entertainment grew out of the family’s passion for Halloween. “We now have visitors come from all over including New York City and Montreal,” Boice says.
Tickets to the Barn of Terror are $33, with Discounts of $3/each for parties of 10 or more with reservations. Military personnel, vets, police, firefighters, EMTs with ID also receive $3 off per person. The Barn of Terror will also be hosting a ‘college night’ offering $3 off with anyone showing a valid college ID. For more information visit http://www.thebarnofterror.com.