Delusion is returning to the historic Phillips Estate with a brand-new horror experience for the Halloween season. Valley of Hollows, set to open on September 15th, will explore American cults in the 1970s with a supernatural twist. This marks the first time the interactive horror theater series has ventured into this era and promises to be an exciting new experience for fans.
The story concerns a cult called ‘The Hollows,’ formed after the disappearance of Esther Phillips over twenty years ago. Fanatics worldwide have come to the Esther estate, driven by rumors of a gift beyond this life. Guests will play the role of ‘Deprogrammers’ – those meant to help rescue people from the influence of cults – in Delusion’s most disturbing interactive play to date. Play your part to uncover the truth behind The Hollows. Valley of Hollows is a stand-alone sequel to 2021’s Reaper’s Remorse.
“Nothing brings people together more than visceral, live experiences,” commented Jon Braver. “Thirteenth Floor as a company sees beyond the simple jump scare. Delusion is far more than that… We need this now more than ever.”
“We’re thrilled to be opening Delusion for the second year in a row” stated Chris Stafford, CEO and Founding Partner of Thirteenth Floor Entertainment Group. “We’re beyond excited to share another chapter of this very unique series with fans and the public this fall.”
Tickets will go on sale to the general public beginning Friday, August 12th, and are anticipated to sell out as they have in past years quickly. General admission tickets start at $89.99, while VIP tickets start at $124.99. For more information and to register for early access to tickets, visit EnterDelusion.com