Believe it or not, some people actually enjoy being chased around a foggy graveyard by an evil clown, a hungry werewolf, and maniac doctor.
But with Halloween becoming increasingly popular in the UK, more and more people are choosing to subject themselves to terrifying, adrenaline-pumping ‘scare park’ attractions.
And there’s definitely some Farmer Parr-a-normal activity going on in Fleetwood this week, where thrillseekers are being invited to brave the Terror Tunnel in the run up to October 31.
Feeling their way around a blacked-out maze, they will have to face a mad doc waving chopped off limbs, a werewolf darting amongst trees, and dodge piles of human remains.
Farmer Parr’s Animal World manager Lee Whitehead said: “We have done different tunnels in previous years but this is the biggest and best yet.”
Each experience is tailored to those going through the tunnel, from three-year-olds through to adults.
Lee said: “If there’s a three-year-old the actors are told to tone it down, and if there’s a 10-year-old it’s a bit scarier.
“There are plenty of adults that get scared as well.”
Goulish gatherings are also being held at the farm, in Rossall Lane, from 1pm until 3pm everyday until this Sunday.
Snakes, rats, and lizards will also be brought out for youngsters to enjoy, there will be daily fancy dress competitions, and spooky tunes and dancing contests too.
For more information, visit www.farmerparrs.com or call 01253 874389.