CASTLE OF CHAOS
Castle of Chaos offers an overnight extreme haunt named Krusebel in the Salt Lake City area. Krusebel tests the endurance of their participants both psychologically and physically, pushing participants to the boundaries of their limits.
- Extreme Haunt
- Salt Lake City, Utah area
- Group shows, though most interactions are solo
- Must be 18 or older
- Full contact, temperature changes, lack of air, electricity, etc…
- Overnight extreme events
- Customizable intensity
- Safeword provided, though it may be waived
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Castle of Chaos’ year-long haunted house has been around for almost twenty years, but the company started providing truly extreme events during the 2018 Halloween season. Their overnight event, now called Krusebel, runs from 10pm to sunrise. Since this is literally an underground haunted house, participants may have difficulty knowing how much time remains until sunrise. They offer five levels, each with an associated contact level. Level 1 will repel monsters, while level 4 will add in full contact. But Level 5 will attract aggression from the monsters inside.
As the night begins to unfold, this experience starts with escape room-like gameplay. But, unlike most escape rooms, guests will be snatched from the comfort of their group for intimate, one-on-one interrogations. For the rest of the night, a common room serves as a home base where participants can watch horror movies with the other surviving guests, or try to sleep between visits from the actors who will be more than happy to show off the “special” rooms of the haunted house. Just remember, guests are never truly alone; the actors will remember everything – and may offer bargains to lessen the consequences, but according to the waiver, they also may lie.
The intensity is high, but can be increased beyond the base level by request when guests are videotaped reading the waiver. Most people do not make it through the entire night – even with the default intensity. Although there is a safeword, it can also be waived on video, but guests might not enjoy the results of doing so…
The Various Experiences Offered Inside:
Are you looking for something more intense? Think you have what it takes to survive an experience beyond anything Utah has ever seen before? If you are willing to submit yourself to Utah’s scariest team, then you just might have a chance at surviving our extended Level 5 immersive horror experience… but we doubt it. People are flying from all over the country to try their resolve against us. As of this time, only one of our out of state guests have successfully finished… will you?
Friday Night Haunted House (Three Levels):
Here, you can experience Utah’s best haunted house all year long. Allow us to bring your greatest fears to life in an underground nightmare and utter darkness.
Chaos Escape Rooms:
Do you have what it takes to make it out of the Chaos Escape Rooms before it’s too late? Choose from one of our intense and interactive story lines and work with a group to find clues, solve riddles, and escape before the time runs out! The Chaos Escape Rooms are a thrilling challenge for groups of 4-10 participants. Reserve your slots today!
What are the Five Levels:
The Five Levels of Fear allows you to choose the level of scares you experience when you enter. The Five Levels of Fear refer to the type and intensity of scares you will receive from the actors as you go through the haunted attraction. The levels (in order of intensity) are:
Level 1: Lots of fun; Level 2: Normal Walkthrough; Level 3: Hands on Fear; Level 4: Drag you through the door; Level 5: Can you Survive?
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