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ID:POL_04239794Referencia Original:Polaris, 04239794Autor:Allan TannenbaumOrigen:PolarisCopyright:Allan TannenbaumPie de Imagen:September 28, 2012, New York, New, United States: Timothy Haskell, Creator of NIGHTMARE, and Steve Kopelman, producer of THE NEST (named “Scariest Place in America”) present KILLERS: A NIGHTMARE HAUNTED HOUSE, a horrifying, immersive haunted house experience about our obsession and fascination with serial killers both real and fictional. KILLERS will run September 28 through November 3, 2012 at the Clemente Soto Velez Cultural Center on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Visitors navigating the tormenting labyrinth of the show will encounter various psychopaths, including Ted Bundy, Albert Fish and the Zodiac killer, among others. They are all scary as hell. Focusing on both the perpetrators and their victims, both historical and contemporary, KILLERS sets out to prove that the most haunting experiences are those that are real. There is nothing more frightening than the monsters that walk among us. As an entree to the larger attraction of KILLERS visitors can view a gallery exhibit featuring artwork, memorabilia and personal possessions belonging to the worlds most notorious serial killers. The exhibit is expected to attract many visitors as it will run during Halloween season. Charles Manson art and artifacts. (Allan Tannenbaum / Polaris)September 28, 2012, New York, New, United States: Timothy Haskell, Creator of NIGHTMARE, and Steve Kopelman, producer of THE NEST (named “Scariest Place in America”) present KILLERS: A NIGHTMARE HAUNTED HOUSE, a horrifying, immersive haunted house experience about our obsession and fascination with serial killers both real and fictional. KILLERS will run September 28 through November 3, 2012 at the Clemente Soto Velez Cultural Center on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Visitors navigating the tormenting labyrinth of the show will encounter various psychopaths, including Ted Bundy, Albert Fish and the Zodiac killer, among others. They are all scary as hell. Focusing on both the perpetrators and their victims, both historical a
ID:POL_04239795Referencia Original:Polaris, 04239795Autor:Allan TannenbaumOrigen:PolarisCopyright:Allan TannenbaumPie de Imagen:September 28, 2012, New York, New, United States: Timothy Haskell, Creator of NIGHTMARE, and Steve Kopelman, producer of THE NEST (named “Scariest Place in America”) present KILLERS: A NIGHTMARE HAUNTED HOUSE, a horrifying, immersive haunted house experience about our obsession and fascination with serial killers both real and fictional. KILLERS will run September 28 through November 3, 2012 at the Clemente Soto Velez Cultural Center on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Visitors navigating the tormenting labyrinth of the show will encounter various psychopaths, including Ted Bundy, Albert Fish and the Zodiac killer, among others. They are all scary as hell. Focusing on both the perpetrators and their victims, both historical and contemporary, KILLERS sets out to prove that the most haunting experiences are those that are real. There is nothing more frightening than the monsters that walk among us. As an entree to the larger attraction of KILLERS visitors can view a gallery exhibit featuring artwork, memorabilia and personal possessions belonging to the worlds most notorious serial killers. The exhibit is expected to attract many visitors as it will run during Halloween season. Charles Manson art and artifacts. (Allan Tannenbaum / Polaris)September 28, 2012, New York, New, United States: Timothy Haskell, Creator of NIGHTMARE, and Steve Kopelman, producer of THE NEST (named “Scariest Place in America”) present KILLERS: A NIGHTMARE HAUNTED HOUSE, a horrifying, immersive haunted house experience about our obsession and fascination with serial killers both real and fictional. KILLERS will run September 28 through November 3, 2012 at the Clemente Soto Velez Cultural Center on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Visitors navigating the tormenting labyrinth of the show will encounter various psychopaths, including Ted Bundy, Albert Fish and the Zodiac killer, among others. They are all scary as hell. Focusing on both the perpetrators and their victims, both historical a