EXILED- TRAIL OF TERRORS
During a federal probe into a traveling band of freak show misfits it was discovered that the group was engaged in ritual torture and scientific experimentation. Deep in the windowless basement of their now condemned home a gruesome discovery was made. Dr. Aldeaus Finch a German trained surgeon and prominent advocate of lobotomy and other torturous cures for insanity kept a collection of the abducted.
Records of serial torture including hand written notes, soiled medical instruments and human remains indicate that Dr Finch collected and ran experiments on at least 30 forgotten soles for years. As these revelations came to light the investigators only found the rotting corpses of 3 poor souls.
As investigation came closer to finding the perpetrators their traveling caravan mysteriously burned. Trace evidence suggested that the group was continuing their devilish work on the road when something went horribly awry. Rumor has it that a small group of locals found out the groups dark secret and banished him from society for ever.
To this day no one knows where the freak show or their collection of the missing are… just that they are exiled forever from society.
Exiled is a brand new Halloween attraction located in Bonner Springs, KS. Located just a few minutes from old downtown Bonner Springs at the home of ZipKC and the KC Timber Challenge. Prepare yourself for over a mile of hiking through the heavy dark forest infested by our deranged freak show.
The hike will take approximately 45 min to an hour and require the physical stamina to climb hills, bend, stoop and crawl. You MUST wear closed toe shoes and sign a waiver to enter this attraction. The woods contain hidden rocks, obstacles, bugs, animals and other hazards. We highly recommend kids be at least 12 years old and any child under 16 must have a parents signature on their waiver to enter.
You will be provided with one small red LED light per person to help you navigate the horrors waiting for you in the woods. Absolutely no flashlights, phone lights, photography or other light sources will be permitted.
Tickets are available online and at the door for $25 without convenience fees.
Open starting October 7th. See below for dates and hours of operations. Subject to change without notice.