If you’ve ever wanted to know how you would react in a horror movie, then you might want to sign up for the Great Horror Campout, an immersive 12-hour experience that places you and other campers in the midst of a living nightmare of monsters and mayhem. The return of the Great Horror Campout in 2015 has officially been announced, with a special discounted ticket price available this Friday.

Ten Thirty One Productions is bringing the Great Horror Campout back for an even wilder tour next year, beginning on June 5th and 6th in Los Angeles. This Friday you can purchase a 4-person tent at $95 per person or a two-person tent at $129 per person as part of their Bloody Friday savings day. We have the official details on the upcoming tour (via Shock Till You Drop):

“We can’t wait to unveil the next chapter of Campout which is why we’re turning Black Friday into our Bloody Friday Sales Event which will give campers the most discounted ticket offer of the year,” says Melissa Carbone, CEO of Ten Thirty One Productions. “We are developing a night that is packed with layered interactive content to provide our campers an experience that they will never forget. This chapter will again continue to push the envelope and kill the spectator sport status quo in the live attraction space. Campers will leave feeling like they have been fully submerged in the experience for the entire night.”

“This year’s Campout will be the best yet,” added Carbone. “Our goal is to get campers to go further and further down the rabbit hole. The further they go, the more they engage, the bloodier, scarier, more challenging the experience will get. The content and characters will be unmatched. At it’s core, Campout is just fun where there is something for everyone. Campers can choose their level of scare.”

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    Raised on a steady diet of R.L. Stine’s Goosebumps books and Are You Afraid of the Dark?, Derek has been fascinated with fear since he first saw ForeverWare being used on an episode of Eerie, Indiana.

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