Tulleys The Howl – Mead Open Farm

I really did get into the creepy theme of Halloween this weekend just gone, and to help me do just that I attended Tulleys The Howl at Mead Open Farm, Leighton Buzzard.

This is the second year in a row I have attended this outdoor, adult, scare-fest and it was without a doubt the best ‘live’ haunted experience I have ever attended (and I have been to several including London’s Tomb Experience).
The evening included a live band, superb street theatre (ugly looking creatures, creepy clowns and loads more), street food and a warming bonfire, that helps create the cosy, Halloween mood that we all love and crave in October.
On top of all this, there was over 24 of us in attendance and we all got into the ghoulish theme by dressing up and painting our faces (well the others did, I just put two stripes on my face and an army cadet cap).
The five live mazes included:
  • Toppers Twister
  • House of Hounds
  • The Shed
  • Squelers Yard
  • Hotel de Basquervilles
I won’t reveal too many spoilers, but Squelers Yard is without a doubt, the scariest maze I have ever had the displeasure of walking/running around. There’s lots of meat hanging up in rooms that you cannot see where you are heading towards, but the worst part about it all…you get split in two different directions! Just when you think you have made it out alive, the sound of a chainsaw gets your heart racing all over again.
If you love Halloween and love getting scared, then this event is where you need to be heading next time around. Trick or treat? That doesn’t exist at Tulleys The Howl.
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