SCREAM HOLLOW Haunted Attraction In Smithville Texas – 2016



SCREAM HOLLOW Haunted Attraction The Wicked Halloween Park. The scariest Halloween experience in Texas. Bring the whole family.

Address: 149 Split Rail Ln, Smithville, TX 78957

Phone: (512) 710-8267

Three Separate Attractions In One

In late fall of 1842, a wagon train rode into the Bastrop area, but not before cholera and Comanche Indian raids left many of the children without parents. A mysterious woman, Adella, took the orphaned children in. She built an orphanage among the towering loblolly pines, yielding plenty of wilderness for the children to play. The locals called her Saint Adella. Little did they know about who, or what, she really was.

Move to Lost Pines City, TX they said…’ll be great they said. Beautiful housing, a brand new factory that provided jobs, a top of the line medical center. Little did they know what they were actually getting into.

People started disappearing. The government showed up and took over, a parade of army trucks going in and out of the factory doors. People were pushed out of town and into the surrounding woods. Eventually the activity died down at the factory. Almost completely, except for the mysterious clouds of foul smelling smoke that rose from the chimney stacks. Bandannas were put over mouths in hopes the winds would eventually blow away the putrid smelling haze. Suddenly, the trucks were back and there were more armed soldiers than ever! The government built walls surrounding the community faster than expected, closing many within the factory, cut off from the outside world.

The villagers became nothing more than mindless, hungry creatures…monsters that wanted to feast on human flesh. They’ve been contained mainly to the factory, though there’s doubt for much hope left now. Pass through if you must but don’t let them get to you. You are going to wish you never came here. After all, it may be too late to save humanity… but it’s never too late to save yourself. Many have entered the town…none have come out!

When we last saw Vicious T. Mangles and the Slaughter Circus, they were traveling from city to city looking for a permanent location with a steady stream of victims. They eventually settled in the back woods of Bastrop, Texas and set up their tents to lure the locals with a carney spectacle, and bloody popcorn, only to conclude with their grand finale: DEATH.