Kidding! But that’s what these parents told their kids, with some hilarious results. Seriously, I couldn’t stop laughing.
Midterms are coming up, so I just wanted to pop in a bit to wish you guys a
and to share the awesome vid. Seriously, watch it if you haven’t already!
Voted the UK’s best scare attraction 2009 to 2013, it’s basically a haunted house with a historic twist. The first half of the attraction is more of a history lesson with live actors and cool décor bringing you back to the past. A bit creepy, but nothing compared to the second half.
You see, for the first portion, it’s just bright enough to see where you’re going, not so for the second half. If being plunged into darkness wasn’t enough, everybody has to put there hands on the shoulders of the person in front of them and navigate the creepy attraction, never knowing when someone is going to pop up and scare the hell out of you. Yeah, I was seriously terrified of it all, but it sure was great fun!
Screaming our heads off!
The spooky gift shop.
So relieved to have made it out in one piece.
I’d say I have a costume party to attend but I’m not that cool. Anyways, Happy Halloween my friends and don’t let anyone steal your candy!
p.s. London Bridge itself doesn’t look that impressive because it was destroyed and rebuilt quite a few times. Tower Bridge is more of a looker.
p.p.s. If you plan on travelling to London, check out this great guide I found the other day. Sadly, I don’t have plans to go again in the near future, but I’m still keeping it for reference.