Prepare to be scared - in a fun way
BEWARE of this weekend when demons, ghouls, witches, aliens, pirates and even the Grinch who stole Christmas descend on Oak Beach for the biggest, scariest and most entertaining haunting yet.
The Haunting of Oak Beach will come to life for one night only and in the myriad of entertainment there will be something for all ages, from fantasy land for all the little witches and warlocks to the haunted man- sion and the latest edition, the Alien Museum.
After spending the whole year preparing the perfect setting on 2.5 acres for all of his unearthly friends, the Demonised Ghoul is very excited to celebrate the long-standing American tradition of Halloween with his unsuspecting victims.
“This is one not to miss, this is going to be the best haunt ever, I’m thoroughly convinced with the detail we have gone to,” he said.
“It’s fun, it’s creepy and it’s festive and it gives families something to do for Halloween.”
As an added treat, the Demonised Ghoul is raffling an alien’s head with anyone who bravely enters the Haunting of Oak Beach and visits all the sites eligible - including the Haunted Mansion with the new room, the Disturbing Christmas with the Grinch who stole Christmas.
Old favourites with revamped areas include the Spider Lady, the Witches Hut, the Spooky Graveyard, the friendly Fantasy Land, Burning of the Witch, the scarily talented Port Douglas Academy of Performing Arts rendition of Michael Jackson’s Thriller and the newest attraction, the Sweeney Todd musical, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street.
The Haunting of Oak Beach comes alive from 6pm this Saturday night and finishes at 9pm with the Burning of the Witch. Cost is $5 each and to get there turn right on Reynolds Rd, Oak Beach and follow the signs, go to www.hauntingofoakbeach.com for more information.