Oklahoma’s Most Unique Multi – Attraction Haunt Serves Up Another Year of Screams.
Since 2004 a group of dedicated builders, actors, and volunteers, led by owner Victor Marquez, transformed 40 acres north of Tulsa into something right out of the movies. Every year since, more and more brave guests have ventured into the darkness to experience the Psycho Path themselves. With a passion to improve each and every year, Marquez once again called upon his extensive background, designing special effects and makeup for local haunted attractions and independent movie productions. He challenged his talented crew to construct several new set pieces for 2017 hat will literally put guests in the middle of the horror.
Unlike most haunts, Psycho Path offers both stunning visual and audio effects and intense scares.“We’ve combined elements of a theme park ride where you ride from scene to scene with the high-intensity scares of the more traditional haunted house and created a totally new outdoor haunted experience,” said Marquez. “Being outside gives us the advantage of real fog, real sounds, real smells, real moonlight, and real creatures lurking just out of range of the lights. We regularly hear coyotes and owls howling just over the fence. Knowing those sounds are real only enhances the experience and besides, who isn’t afraid of being in the woods at night?”
Those brave enough to venture into the Psycho Path Dark Ride will climb into their own Scareage, a custom vehicle Marquez designed specifically for Psycho Path. While most outdoor haunts rely on noisy tractors to pull a wagon, the Psycho Path Scareages are so quiet riders will hear leaves rustling or twigs snapping in the darkness. Some of the sounds are man-made, and some are not, but they all combine to enhance the 20 minute journey through the heavily-wooded land. Along the way, they will pass through scenes filled with custom props, buildings, and oh yeah, creatures that spring on them when they least suspect it. Marquez offers this final warning. “Once they climb aboard, there’s no turning back. Riders are not permitted to leave the vehicle after the ride starts, so they’ve got to be up to the challenge of the Psycho Path. We like to say it may be their only way home.”
Since it’s beginning, Psycho Path has added 2 additional attractions: the Shadow Box, which is our more traditional style haunt with an outdoors twist, you and up to 5 of your closest friends will all enter the Shadow Box and endure the 20 minutes of Horror while you travel through the interior and backyard of Psycho Paths Nightmare House. Along side the Shadow Box, Psycho Path has added Quarentine, where you and up to 17 of your closest friends will board a 30 foot 5 ton army troop transportation truck with individual, bolted down paintball guns. Each rider gets their own gun. The entire team must work together to shoot Zombie Slime Paintballs, you won’t be shooting blanks, and the Zombies won’t be standing still. A drill sergeant will instruct and encourage your team throughout the entire ride. Each person will receive a gun full of paintballs, additional paintballs can be purchased during the ride. No personal guns or balls will be permitted on the ride.
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