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The Culch Damnation Scare Attraction

Published on September 16th, 2014 | by seanear1ey


COMPETITION CLOSED: Damnation is coming… WIN tickets!

Damnation is the horrifying story of Samuel Page as told through a labyrinth of terrifying rooms and unnerving setups where you are immersed in the experience. Scare attractions make big bucks Stateside so it comes as no surprise that Dublin’s first kicks off in the RDS this year.

Damnation Scare Attraction

Coming to the RDS, Dublin on October 1st.

From demonic possessions to voodoo, the occult to slasher-esque scenes this is definitely not one for the kiddies. Tickets are available from Ticketmaster here and start from €17 with student nights available too. Not to be missed… (if you’ve got the balls!) Check out the trailer and if you’re still on for it we have two tickets for you to win!

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LGwMQrIas5Y

Want to WIN TWO TICKETS to the opening week of Damnation at the RDS just leave a comment below telling us the scariest thing that’s happened to you – good luck!

Find out more at…

@DamnationScare / #Damnation / FB: DamnationScare / Damnation.ie

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7 Responses to COMPETITION CLOSED: Damnation is coming… WIN tickets!

  1. Aisling says:

    :O this looks so scary ! would love to win tickets πŸ˜€

  2. Rayne Brogan says:

    When I was younger I had a poltergeist. It used to do harmless things like turn off my music, change the tv channel or throw my glasses around. I didn’t mind all that much, it was more of an annoyance than a burden. But one day, I was showering and I started to feel this strange presence, kind of oppressive. I looked up and saw this large black shape coming towards the shower cubicle. I started to feel weak so I went to turn off the water, but something hit me and I fell down and blacked out. I woke up maybe 20 minutes later with the shower still running but the lights were off. That was the last time I ever had an experience with the poltergeist, but it scared the shit out of me. True story!

  3. Georgina says:

    I’ve seen my fair share of creepy things as I’m a complete believer in the supernatural! I woke up one night and saw a man dressed in an old soldiers uniform leaning over me and smiling…I hopped up screaming, turned around to see what he was doing and he was still leaning over my bed but now he turned his head to me with a terrifying smile on his face. Switched on the light, he was gone but I’m still creeped out to this day! Scary enough for tickets? πŸ˜› Would love these!

  4. Georgina says:

    Scariest thing that happened to me was when I woke up during the night and saw a man dressed as a soldier leaning over my bed and smiling at me so creepily… I freaked out, screamed, hopped out of bed and ran to the light switch. I turned around to give him one last look. He was still leaning in the same spot but his head was now turned to me and he was smiling even more but it was still creepy. Switched on the light and he disappeared but it still scares me to this day.

    I’ve a million stories like this ’cause I love the supernatural but this was the scariest I remember πŸ˜› I’d love these tickets! I’m a horror junkie!

  5. Paul Byrne says:

    On a visit to the Hell Fire club a few years ago with a group, I had an experience that would make me never return. We were brought around the old house and told stories about each room. As we were coming back down the stairs with me the last to do so, I suddenly felt a push as I was a few steps from the bottom. It was completely unexpected and luckily the person in front fought my fall. I was really spooked and didn’t take long making it to the exit. Thats the last time ill step foot in there.

  6. I once ran out of petrol at night in the Wicklow mountains and had to walk for 2 hours to the nearest village as my phone had no coverage. It was dark and cold and there was thick fog everywhere. I was convinced I was going to be murdered. Winning tickets to Damnation would help a little towards getting over this ordeal πŸ˜‰

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