The Castle of the Doomed brings fear & desolation to Screams 2015 Share:Click to print (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Posted in Waxahachie on September 03, 2015 by Staff Report WAXAHACHIE — On Friday, October 2, 2015 Screams® Halloween Theme Park will begin the celebration of its 20th season as the Ultimate Halloween Experience.Whatever you are afraid of… Screams® will find it... with 3 Haunted Houses, including the all new Castle of the Doomed, and the other Haunted Attractions: the Ghoulish Graveyard and the CarnEvil Clown Maze! Plus there is live entertainment on the Screams® stage, Scary-Oke, games of skill, human powered rides, shops, a food court, a full service restaurant & bar and the Taboo Tavern (for those over 21) to deliver a whole night of Halloween thrills, chills and guaranteed moments of terror!You don’t want to miss the all new Castle of the Doomed haunted house... take your chances as you are thrust into the depths of fear and desolation in this post-apocalyptic world as the dehumanized inhabitants of this hopelessly doomed civilization try to prevent your escape. Can you travel safely through the destruction to survive the Castle of the Doomed?"The Screams® castle has become the iconic image for Screams® and we are very excited to totally transform it for the 2015 season into our best Haunted House to date, the Castle of the Doomed!" Coy Sevier, Screams® General Manager says. "The Castle of the Doomed is a horrifying experience set in a post-apocalyptic world of destruction where dehumanized inhabitants will try to stop you from escaping the toxic aftermath. It’s absolutely awesome!"Also new for the 2015 season is the totally revamped Scary-Oke (Screams® version of Karaoke) with a vast new library of songs combining today’s current hits and all-time favorites.Screams® vendors and shops will feature wares like jewelry, temporary tattoos, hats scarves, glow products, air-brushing, ocarinas, Henna Tattoos and Wax Hands. There is also a mask and souvenir shop, rune & palm readings and much more to add to the Halloween fun.The entertainment line-up for Screams® 2015 will include Screams® radio partners taking over the Screams® stage bringing their own brand of entertainment with events like The Edge 102.1’s "Take a Picture it Will Last Longer" on Saturday, October 10th, Hot 93.3’s "Glow Party and Dark Maze Challenge" on Saturday, October 17th, and Now 102.9’s "Creepy Tent City" on Saturday, October 24th. Then Complete DJ will take the stage spinning music and creating a festive atmosphere for the rest of the season.Screams® is a top 10 pick for Halloween Spooktacular Fun by TopFor.com and rated as the best Haunted Theme Park by Texas Haunts. Screams® will be open on Friday & Saturday Nights October 2 – 31, 2015 from 7:30 PM to 1:30 AM and is located in Waxahachie, just 30 minutes south of downtown Dallas and Fort Worth off of I-35E at exit 399A on the Scarborough Faire® site. From Waco, follow I-35E north to Exit 399. Parking is free compliments of Waxahachie Autoplex.Admission is $27 at the gate. Visitors can get a $40 ticket deal for two coupon at any D/FW MetroPCS store, $2 off discount coupons at Waxahachie Autoplex or advance discount tickets on-line at www.ScreamsPark.com.For more information please call 972-938-3247 or visit ScreamsPark.com, ScreamsPark on FaceBook, Twitter or Instagram. The Screams hashtag is: #ScreamsPark. You may also be interested in readingScreams Job Fair on Saturday, August, 29COLUMN: Safety tips for holiday shopping35th Annual Scarborough Renaissance Festival begins SaturdayCrape Myrtle Festival and fireworks begin July 3Maypearl Independence Day Celebration July 3Ennis Farmer’s Market opens for second season on April 4Scarborough Renaissance Festival job faire – Feb. 27Gunman in custody after standoff at Baylor hospitalLone Star Park and Texas horse racing tracks cease operationsGreat Texas Warrant Roundup begins March 7 ← Temporary agreement reopens horse racing tracksMajor accident on Hwy 67 sends three to hospital → You must log in to post a comment.