This Friday 13th September there will be a full ‘Harvest Moon’ in the sky.
With a combination of the full moon and the unlucky Friday 13th we have grave concerns for your safety and advise local residents to take precautions and stay indoors.
In previous years, large creatures have been spotted in the shadows of the woodland during a full moon, particularly at the Northern area of the National Diving & Activity Centre.
During previous full moons, local Tidenham Farmers have reported livestock disappearing and several cows have been found dragged into the woodland and mutilated.
Local folk tales talk of wolves and even wolf-men at this time of year. However this may just be a local legend created by farmers to keep people off their land – it is far more likely that the animals are large dogs that have escaped.
If you are attending the FREE Cinema Screening on Saturday 14th September, we advise keeping doors and windows closed at all times.
In the darkness, echoes of old time music and laughter have began to fill the halls and corridors of FearFest-Evil. A invitation for the curious ones to witness something more evil than before. The existing creatures are no longer themselves, they have fallen to a new madness. Consumed and controlled by an unforgiving purpose to feed people to this ancient evil. Although it comes with a promise, you will enjoy the fear, smile at the terror, love to become condemned.
It starts with a small handprint, a bump in the night, a gentle push in the dark, the sounds of old music and laughter. Victims become confused, lost and feel alone whilst fighting to escape deep within FearFest-Evil’s walls.
This ancient evil is named Vesila Feeft sister to "Belphegor" and when she reveals herself to you, all will be lost, hypnotic and mesmerising, her smile will leave you begging to see the true horrors of this world.
Our warning if you become lost, Close your eyes tight, ignore the sounds, you must not look, you must not hear, follow the path…
FearFest-Evil returns to Chepstow October 2019 with ‘Condemned’.
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”