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Special Halloween events at The London Dungeon

Experience the scariest Halloween ever at The London Dungeon and its Jack O’Lantern and the “Sounds of Hell”.

Don´t miss the opportunity to see two new special Halloween events at The London Dungeon from 15th to 31st October 2010.


Be prepared to feel your blood freeze this Halloween, as The London Dungeon unveils its most terrifying “Helloween” event ever, including Jack O’Lantern and the echoing ‘Sounds of Hell’. Stingy Jack, damned by the devil and made to walk in darkness for all eternity with his turnip lantern, will be stalking the dark hellish corridors of the gruesome attraction and could appear at any moment.

Visitors who survive Jack’s lair may wish they hadn’t, as the gates of hell gape open to receive them, with an infamous recording of the ‘Sounds of Hell’ echoing throughout the Dungeon’s mirrored labyrinth. The eerie screams of tortured souls, (which were allegedly discovered by Siberian scientists when they drilled down 14.4 kilometers deep under the Earth’s crust) will have guests feeling the flames of hell and screaming for a reprieve from the fiery maze.

 



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