Park of the Dead is over for another year!
I would like to give a great BIG thank you to everyone that came, we do hope you all enjoyed yourselves. 🙂
Each year we try to think of new storylines, ideas and scenes to keep each POTD unique in its own way, and we hope this year didn’t disappoint.
The comments and messages you have left us have been amazing, and have put a big smile on the face of everyone that has read them.
The photos we took will be uploaded over the next week, so please bare with us as we sort through them.
One last BIG thank you to all the cast and crew involved, without their enthusiasm and commitment, Park of the Dead wouldn’t be what it is.
As for 2018… who knows!!
Hopefully see you all again.
What is Park of the Dead?
Park of the Dead is a Live Theatrical Horror Experience from the moment you enter.
Each year the story is different and loosely follows on from the previous year. This year we have a few new surprises in store and a couple of new ‘senses’ to play with.
You should also be aware that it could be a high intensity experience that is not for the faint hearted. You should expect loud noises, strobe lighting, audio and visual effects, darkness and close quarter encounters.
As well as being a horror experience, we also aim to make it fully immersive and entertaining for you from start to finish.
The Awakening 2012
The very first Park of the Dead experience in 2012. For the first time on the Isle of Wight, the population were exposed to the horrors that lurked beneath Puckpool Park.
On arrival they were given an up to date briefing before, being driven to the far end of Complex C. They were then escorted to the Dispensary for vaccination, before…..
Sacrifice continued from the events of Halloween 2013. This time they had to make a tough decision, ‘will you Sacrifice yourself to save the rest of the group?’ A few stepped forward.