Halloween horrors are haunting The Cave!
Mysterious cave-dwelling creatures have been seen and a series of blood-curdling noises have been heard coming from deep inside the dark tunnels and chambers of The Cave.
It’s believed that a number of night time monsters have taken up residency within our artificial caving system, and have been causing such alarm and concern to adventure seekers that some people have dubbed the caving system ‘Scare Cave’. Cave explorers have reported a number of underground encounters within the rocky enclosure with one describing the experience as “Spooky and scary”. A member of staff, who didn’t want to be named, added “It’s creepy, I can’t explain it. The Cave is normal during the day, but by night time, it all changes… It’s so dark in there, the tunnels echo with eerie sounds and lights and it feels like something is in there with you”.
Rumours that hair-raising items have been discovered in the tunnels and chambers are unconfirmed, but an official source has gone on record stating that the strange noises are ‘under investigation’. General Manager, Jeremy Chapman has commented “During the installation of The Cave last year, the construction work did unearth a rather strange sinkhole, that the bottom of which couldn’t be identified, but following several safety inspections, the hole was covered up and the site was proved to be completely safe”. He continues “We’ve heard the stories that we inadvertently opened some kind of portal to the underworld, but I’m sure the more likely truth is far less interesting …Though you never know, mythological cave creatures have been reported throughout the ages, and our caving system is pretty realistic…”
If you’re brave enough to enter, Scare Cave will open for Halloween week on Monday 23rd October until Tuesday 31st October. It will cost £12 pp. Booking will be available soon. Come alone or in a group …see you then for some tricks and treats!