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The biggest new addition to Pleasurewood Hills this year was the much publicised “Hobs Pit” scare ride. Combining walk through sections, a mine train ride and live actors, the attraction received praise from visitors and press alike. Hobs Pit was also mentioned in the LA Times and received a 12a rating from the BBFC, the second attraction in the UK ever to do so.
The season concluded with the largest Halloween event the park has ever hosted. Pleasurewood Chills featured Scare Mazes, live actors, pumpkin carving and a scarier-than-ever version of Hobs Pit. Popular park mascot Woody Bear also dressed for the occasion by donning fangs and a cape. The final day of the season saw the traditional firework event, bringing 2013 to a close.
2013 saw Pleasurewood Hills biggest Halloween event ever. Our reviewer visited during “Pleasurewood Chills” and was brave enough to enter all three “Terror Ticket” attractions.
If you chickened out of “Satan’s Circus” or were unable to visit the park during the event, never fear! We have a big selection of photographs and a full review of the event which our reviewer described as “A fantastic Halloween attraction”.
28/10/13 - The Chills Press Release
28/10/13 - The Chills Preview Videos
28/10/13 - The Chills Artwork
28/05/13 - Look East brave Hobs Pit
25/05/13 - Hobs Pit review
21/05/13 - Hobs Pit in the LA Times
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