Fear Fest at haunted El Rancho

FEAR FEST at Haunted Ranch
EVERY friday and saturday NIGHT October 30 till December 4, STARTING at 8:00 PM
at THE HAUNTED RANCH, EL RANCHO Ghodras

Featuring
…THE SLAUGHTERHOUSE
A disturbing haunted experience
(Not recommended for children or people with heart conditions)

And with
• A Special Dinner Show of Magic & Spectacular oddities @ 11:00
• Free Halloween Festival Area with Games, The Dead DJ & treats,
• Free Trick or treating for all kids,
• Free Spooky Walking Maze,
• Costume contest with prizes and more!
• Special entertainment schedule for kids during the day every
Saturday and Sunday at “Jessie’s Kids Corral” – a Halloween festival
area with games and treats.

DESCRIPTION:
Halloween threatens Lebanon. El Rancho is celebrating Halloween all month with frightful fun for all ages! Fear Fest at Haunted Ranch has something for everyone, weather you just want Dinner and a show, kids trick or treating & festival games or a disturbing psychological experience.
Guests are greeted by the Headless Horseman who wants their heads as they arrive at an exceptionally dark ranch, lit by pumpkin Jack-o-lanterns and covered with spider webs. If they keep their heads they find ghosts and goblins at every turn. Pumpkins, corn stalks, scare crows, ghosts, spiders & webs, bats, skeletons and gravestones are everywhere. At the Restaurant a frightfully festive atmosphere fills the air with servers all dressed as witches, demons, farm animals, doctors, cowboys clowns, fairies, ghosts and pirates. On the juke box some of our favorite Halloween classics play like Thriller, Ghost busters and the Monster Mash. Kids 13 and under get a special Haunted Ranch bag that they can use to trick or treat with anybody at Haunted Ranch.

The Menu at the Highnoon Saloon is just as scary as the atmosphere.

Tonight’s specials:
Spook-ghetti ~ Southern Fright Chicken ~ Ghoulash
Baked Beings ~ Cremated Spinach

Deserts:
Creep Suzettes ~ Banana Scream Pie ~ Key Slime Pie
Boo-berries and Scream

Wine Selection:
Blood Red or Bone White

Guests can then decide on 3 different activities during Fear Fest nights. Of course there is trick or treating at all of these. They can;

• Head straight down the road to The Fear Fest at what we call Jessie’s Kids Corral. Here they will find a Witch hosting games like; Bobbing for apples, Big Twister, Hat toss, and plenty of activities like painting Pumpkins, face painting and of course the zombie bar tender is serving up hot cocoa, hot apple cider and marshmallows dipped in chocolate. All of this is being hosted by the one and only DEAD DJ.

• Go to the Waka Walking Maze. This is another way to get to the Festival area by going thru Waka Cheer. Kids must stay on the black walkway and try to find their way thru the maze. A few visual barriers make this especially challenging. NO STEPPING OFF OR THE WAKA GHOUL GETS YOU!

• Walk through The Slaughterhouse. This is NOT RECOMMENDED for children 10 and under, pregnant woman and people with heart conditions. The trail to Jessie’s Kids Corral turns into a walk-thru experience of dreadful sights, sounds and occurrences. Guests who purchase a ticket are greeted by the Girl with the clacky fingers who takes their tickets and tells them the rules. “Do not go into the operating room. Do not touch them, they will not touch you.” A sign tells them the rest – “Follow the rules and commands of the staff or will be thrown out. Touch anyone or anything and you will be prosecuted. Vandals will be thrown out and prosecuted.” Fog and darkness obscure their vision and disturbing industrial and animal sounds confuse them as they make their way through the bloody labyrinth. They will have to pass thru the Graveyard with creeping Zombies, the chain link maze with frightful zombie nurse and get chased by the butcher with his chainsaw, and are finally forced to enter the operating room and the body parts locker where they must push through hanging wet, bloody bags of body parts.
If they survive they will find themselves at the Festival site where they can recover and have some hot cocoa or play games.
The Highnoon Saloon is hosted by a dinner show as the Phantasmist and Maguy Akiki entertain guests with magic and oddities. This is followed by music and dancing. The best dressed guest in costume each night will win a prize.

for more info call El rancho on 70 – 899201

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