A Peek Inside The Houses of Freakling Brothers Trilogy of Terror

Recently Theme Park University got exclusive access to photograph inside the houses of the Freakling Brothers in Las Vegas, Nevada.  Many people have asked what the inside of the houses look like, so today we will give you a taste of what you can find inside.

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Fair warning: these are spoiler photos. Granted, we were not allowed to take pictures of certain scenes and even less “scares”. However, if you want to be totally surprised, click on over to this really cool article about flying drones in theme parks instead.

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

For those of you still with us, we first go inside Circus of Horrors, which will be retired in 2014. These pictures are in no particular order and no context given, so if you do go through, there will still be scares.  Enjoy!

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Wasn’t that exciting? Next up, Castle Vampyre!

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Finally, we have the infamous Gates of Hell…..

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

There you have it! Many thanks to JT Mollner for giving us access inside the haunt.  Another big thank you to Stephen Krstulich for these amazing photos. If you’d like more information on the Freakling Brothers visit www.FreaklingBrothers.com.

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Photo by Stephen Krstulich

Click here for the Top 5 Biggest Misconceptions on the Freakling Brothers Victim Experience!

 

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