FearFest-Evil Returns 2019 with ‘Condemned’

At midnight on Hallow’s Eve, The Night Creatures returned to the underworld and the Eye Brotherhood sealed the Coombesbury Woods Gateway to Hell.

Congratulations if you survived FearFest-Evil: The Rising.

However it’s not over yet, FearFest-Evil returns October 2019 with ‘Condemned’.

We have Early Bird tickets available now for a limited time.

For a reduced price of £24.99*, tickets allow access to all Scare Zones.

(* Standard Tickets will be £29.99 at the end of the promotional period.)

Daytime ‘scare-free’ tour of the FearFest-Evil scare zones

"The House of the Horrors was easily one of the most impressively designed and themed scare attractions we have ever experienced"

On Sunday 28th October we are offering the opportunity to have a daytime ‘scare-free’ tour of the FearFest-Evil site, whilst the creatures of the night are sleeping.

These strictly limited groups of a maximum of 20 people will be taken around the FearFest-Evil Scare Zones by the ‘Caretaker’ and given the chance to look in detail at the sets.

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Pumpkin Carving & Painting Day

Pumpkin Carving Halloween Activity Chepstow

Join us for Pumpkin Carving and Painting at Chepstow’s National Diving & Activity Centre.

This fun event will take place in the Water View Marquee on the Sunday before Halloween night on the 28th October 2018.

Entry is £5 per person, payable on the day.

Vlog describes FearFest-Evil as the “UK’s most intense scare attraction”

FearFest-Evil has featured on the Luke Farmer Vlog, describing it as the UK’s most intense scare attraction!

It’s a great Vlog and really captures some of the Scare Zones, characters and poor Luke’s fear perfectly!

Spoiler Alert! Please note that this video shows footage from the event itself and from inside the actual scare zones. Enjoy if you dare! Continue reading “Vlog describes FearFest-Evil as the “UK’s most intense scare attraction””

The Rising of a mysterious Crypt in Coombesbury Woods

Coombesbury Woods
Coombesbury Woods, the site of the mysterious crypt and subject of Chepstow folklore

According to local Chepstow folklore, at midnight on Hallows Eve in 1587, a gateway opened at in a long forgotten crypt. The crypt was hidden deep within Coombesbury Woods and the gateway was described as being a corridor “from this world to the depths of hell”.

Stories tell of a group of priests known as the ‘Eye Brotherhood’ who located themselves on the doorway in defence of the breach. As midnight arrived, a mysterious light appeared, blinding the men for a brief moment. When they regained their vision, the gateway had closed and surrounding them, the ground was covered in half-buried wooden crosses. Continue reading “The Rising of a mysterious Crypt in Coombesbury Woods”