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Nightmare on Realm Street; This creepy old warehouse in Cork is going to be a popular haunt on Halloween night - spooktacular.

The Nightmare Realm, which runs until November 2, is an extreme walk-through scare house attraction set in an old creepy warehouse on Albert Quay Cork.

It's bigger, darker and more unnerving than ever with a new theme 'Fear is a Prison', more gruesome scenes, bigger props and characters from the grotesque and blood-churning to the sick and extreme.

The themes can be controversial but are always thrilling, pushing the boundaries of your sanity. The Nightmare Realm is not for the faint-hearted and not everyone is brave enough to make it through the entire attraction, so juveniles might need to opt for zombie insurance to ensure the experience is not too traumatic.

The Nightmare Realm is terrorising people every evening from 7pm-10.30pm, until Sunday November 2, with early openings some weekends.

Tickets are available at or call 0868385900 for group bookings. Visitors are advised to familiarise themselves with the 'freak'uently asked questions on the terms and conditions section of the website, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube or TripAdvisor, or check out Facebook for a chance to win free tickets.

If you're too afraid to brave The Nightmare Realm on your own, why not organise a group trip for your work colleagues, youth group, social group, or fellow students? It's also a thriller for hen and stag parties.

There's not only safety in numbers, but you can avail of great group rates, free fast-pass tickets and a whole range of packages.

Local pubs and clubs are also partnering with the scare house, including An Brog, Sober Lane, The Sextant and Voodoo, to ensure groups have a frightfully good night out in what we're dubbing 'The Nightmare District'.

When you show these venues your ticket to The Nightmare Realm, you can avail of the fantastic offers...

That's if you make it out alive of course!

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Publication:Sunday Mirror (London, England)
Date:Oct 26, 2014
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