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Park to show its spooky side

PUBLISHED: 08:00 18 October 2008 | UPDATED: 21:33 05 July 2010

THERE are some spooky goings-on up at Pleasurewood Hills after Woody Bear brought home his long-lost cousin Count Vladimir Knecker from Transylvania.

Unfortunately for Woody, his cousin has turned out to be a dark satanic master whose presence at Pleasurewood has awoken all manner of scary and supernatural creatures from their eternal slumber.

THERE are some spooky goings-on up at Pleasurewood Hills after Woody Bear brought home his long-lost cousin Count Vladimir Knecker from Transylvania.

Unfortunately for Woody, his cousin has turned out to be a dark satanic master whose presence at Pleasurewood has awoken all manner of scary and supernatural creatures from their eternal slumber.

Zombies shuffle, werewolves howl and ghosts and ghouls will be found lurking in the shadows and creeping about the park. Witches and ghosts will be cooking up all sorts of weird concoctions in the Merry Mariner restaurant, a local witch has taken over the Tales of the Coast to make her dark spells, and travellers on the park railway should beware of the nightmarish creatures haunting the woods.

But Woody has a plan; he has placed pumpkins around the park to ward off the evil spirits and on the last day, will cast his magic spell to free the park of all these creatures of the night.

The park's spooky side will be on show from 10am - 4pm, October 25 to November 2.

See www.pleasurewoodhills.com for more information and details of an exclusive online half-term offer.


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