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Dallas' McKittrick A Halloween Hotel Hell

Posted: Oct. 30th, 2012  |  By Michael Pearse
Sleep no More

Nearing its first centennial, the McKittrick in Dallas, Texas is setting its sights on becoming the premier hotel for Halloween holiday chills. Combining the normal horrors of a haunted house with elements of theater like complex narratives and sophisticated sets, the hotel promises to be an adventure for those brave enough to face it this Halloween.

For the Halloween season, why not go to an experience that will awaken the darkness, the voyeur, and the curious itch that has been waiting to be scratched. Sleep No More can provide just that, where your venturous spirit is encouraged at the McKittrick Hotel.

Built in 1939, the McKittrick was intended to be the most decadent hotel of its era, but six weeks before opening, WWII broke out and the building was condemned and remained locked until now. As you enter, you are given a mask and told to remain silent throughout the production.

The audience will then be put through what seems to be a perilous environment, which quickly turns into an adventure of twists and turns. It is an interactive show where the experience is not spoon fed, but rather earned.


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