Archive for October, 2014

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(Photo courtesy of NY Lottery commercial)

A piece of the wildly popular AMC show, The Walking Dead, can be found within the four walls of the Lake House Hotel. Christopher Weite, a well known actor in Hotel of Horror and Altered Nightmares, was on two episodes of the show last season as a walker. While you won’t find him in the Lake House as a walker, he does portray a few different characters in the dual haunted attraction this season.

For Christopher, transforming into a zombie is second nature. His acting resume is a long list of horror and zombie movies, as well as commercials, independent films, print and more. He is also listed as one of the top 40 walkers on The Walking Dead, according to IMDb.

His time on TWD set was fast paced and exciting. He was able to utilize his zombie knowledge and experience to create a walker that would be seen front and center in an episode that featured the governor. He also got a second chance to become a walker in another episode later in season four. It’s his hope to be able to repeat the whole process again in the near future, as well as to audition for some bigger roles on the show and the upcoming spin-off.

While we won’t tell you what character Christopher will be any given night at Hotel of Horror/Altered Nightmares, just know he’s there and watching for his chance to collect your screams. He walks the halls of the Lake House every Friday, Saturday and Sunday through November 1. You can catch Christopher’s episode of TWD during the marathon leading up to the new season that begins tomorrow night at 9 p.m.  And be sure to “like” his Facebook fan page for up-to-date information, photos and links to past and future projects.

We’re teaming up to help another great organization!

Join us to help raise funds for Blue Ridge Hook & Ladder on Friday, Oct. 17 from 7 to 11 p.m. Print this flier and hand it in at the box office when purchasing your Hotel of Horror/Altered Nightmare tickets and we’ll donate 10 percent of the ticket sales to BRHL. Plus, as an added bonus of fun, we’re going to turn a few of the firemen into zombies with professional special effects makeup and you can take pictures with them for $1 donation. All photo donations go directly to BRHL.

BRHL is located in Saylorsburg and was established in 1905. They provide fire and rescue services to nearly 100 square miles covering Hamilton and Ross Townships. This non-profit organization requires donations to help keep it running smoothly. So why not have a fun Halloween-themed evening out while helping a great cause?

*Remember, you must print out this flier and hand it in at the box office. See you on the 17th!

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Lights Out!

Posted: October 4, 2014 in Uncategorized

Lights Out Tour- Just You, The Building, and The Blackness- NO ACTORS!

You will feel your senses begin to sharpen with every turn as you journey deeper into the ponderous abyss of the infamous Lake House Hotel. You will begin to feel as if you are being watched as the darkness layers around you. The shadows of the past live rich lives inside this turn of the century hotel, dancing from room to room. Will her secrets surface in the sounds of your own beating heart? Will time slow around you long enough so you may hear the breathing whispers of this house?

Being offered on mischief night only – experience what only a few have encountered – lights out in the Lake House Hotel of Horror. This is a NO ACTOR EVENT. Souvenir flashlight is provided for you to keep. No actors, no special effects lighting or sound, no animatronics.

Limited number of tickets will be sold for the October 30 event. This may sell out. Box office reserves the right to close location sales in the event that sales have reached their limit. Ensure your spot by purchasing advance tickets on TicketLeap at http://hotelofhorror.ticketleap.com/lights-out-2014/

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Don’t be a scaredy cat! Join us for a night of screams and help a local animal rescue during our AWSOM Night at Hotel of Horror on Friday, Oct. 10 from 7 to 11 p.m. Ten percent of all tickets purchased at the box office, accompanied by an official AWSOM fundraiser event flyer, will go directly to AWSOM and benefit what this amazing shelter does for animals in our area.

The Animal Welfare Society of Monroe, or AWSOM, helps stray, homeless, neglected and abused animals, and provides an adoption program to help find these animals their forever homes. They are a non-profit organization made up of volunteers, and the only Monroe County animal shelter. Help them keep up their important mission while having some Halloween fun on October 10 by visiting, and screaming, with us!

For more information on AWSOM or to volunteer with them, check out their web site – www.awsomanimals.org.

Ticket prices:

Hotel of Horror – $20

Altered Nightmares – $15

Combo ticket – $30

Exhibition Macabre – $5

Remember: You MUST print out the flyer and bring with you to the box office. Not valid on online ticket purchases.