Urban Death: Tour of Terror Haunted House at Zombie Joe's Underground Theater Closes on Halloween Night!

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The scariest haunted house in Los Angeles, Urban Death: Tour of Terror, will run just four more nights: Friday the 27th, Saturday the 28th, Monday the 30th and Tuesday, Halloween, the 31st. After that, it shall disappear into the ether, deep in slumber until next Halloween. 

Earning rave reviews from fans and critics alike, the show has been hailed as a “must-see”, “one of the strangest and darkest Halloween attractions in town” and “I need my mommy”-level horror. 

Tour of Terror takes ZJU's signature show, Urban Death, a series of horror vignettes designed to shock, delight and titillate audiences, and transforms it into an immersive haunted experience. The show steers theatre-goers and thrill-seekers through a terrifying performance and maze of inexplicable horrors, unfathomable monstrosities, and the disturbing spirits that walk among us.

The doors to the lobby opens five times an evening as guests are led through the maze in groups of two or three. Guests are provided with only a muted flashlight to guide them. Once through the maze and into the theatre the flashlight is taken away and the show begins. After the show they are again given flashlights to walk back through the maze, where new performances and haunted surprises await them.

The fifth year has been the biggest, scariest and best yet, as co-directors and creators Zombie Joe and Jana Wimer keep pushing the show to new heights. Drawing on twelve years of Urban Death performances as well as the strengths and talents of their incredible cast, the duo knows exactly how to twist the knife. The maze and show are completely new for 2017, providing a terrifying experience that has caused even the most jaded of haunted house fans to leave the theatre raving about what they just witnessed.

“Absolutely amazing!” writes Jen Ailey, veteran Knotts Scary Farm actor on the Z.J.U. Facebook page. “Just when I thought I was desensitized from working at haunts over the years you guys got me good a few times! Very clever and creative! I agree it is a Halloween attraction not to be missed!”

Over 1,000 people have entered through the doors of Zombie Joe’s Underground Theatre Group this season, selling out many of the performances. It is strongly advised that guests purchase tickets early via http://zombiejoes.tix.com, ensuring an opportunity to see this spectacular show before it’s too late.

Urban Death: Tour of Terror is a unique and terrifying haunted experience, making its mark on the Los Angeles haunt scene and truly unlike any other haunt out there.

You have four more nights to discover what lurks in the shadows. 

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