This Halloween, There’s Nothing Scarier Than ‘The Men’s Room’

'immersive, uncompromising, and even wickedly funny'

By Jason R. Latham | Las Vegas, NV | Freakling Bros.

Sticky floors. Stalls without doors. Broken soap dispensers. Those are the horrors that come to mind when the average person thinks of the men’s room.

So what could Freakling Bros. Horror Shows possibly have in store when it debuts The Men’s Room inside the “R-rated” Gates of Hell attraction on October 1? The company, which is operating its annual haunts out of the IKEA parking lot in southwest Las Vegas, describes the new attraction as “immersive, uncompromising, and even wickedly funny” while also throwing in the words “shocking” and disturbing.”

It’s true, there are few things as shocking or disturbing as the guy who stands right next to you when there are plenty of urinals to go around. 

Wouldn’t it be something if that was the actual horror? Like, it’s a real men’s room, but only the worst parts about the men’s room, and a horrific punishment is doled out if you don’t wash your hands?

We’ll find out soon.

The Men’s Room at Gates of Hell joins a lineup of this year’s Freakling haunts that also includes the witch-themed COVEN of 13 and Castle Vampyre. All three will be open October 1-31. 

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