Ominous Descent haunted attraction finds new home after canceling first season due to Hurricane Irma

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After canceling their first season due to damage from Hurricane Irma, the new haunted attraction Ominous Descent has found a second home.

The buildings housing the attraction in Bartow, FL, suffered major damage during the storm and were condemned, forcing Ominous Descent to announce the season’s cancellation on September 12 via their Facebook page.

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Posted by Ominous Descent – Haunted Attraction on Tuesday, September 12, 2017

However, the company will now have a second chance to offer up scares during the 2017 season. Sir Henry’s Haunted Trail, located in Plant City, FL, has offered to host a portion of the haunted attraction planned by Ominous Descent.

Guests visiting the hybrid haunt can experience both of Sir Henry’s trail attractions as well as the Ominous Descent haunt, which will be adjacent to Sir Henry’s property. Ominous Descent will follow the same schedule as Sir Henry’s Haunted Trail.

In a statement, Sir Henry’s said, “We are excited to be able to host the OD crew and give them a place to haunt for this season. We won’t let a hurricane keep our friends down!”

The attractions are open on select dates from September 29 – October 29. To book tickets, visit Sir Henry’s Haunted Trail website.

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