Have a horror-filled Valentine’s Day at Talladega Frights

Tyler Goucher, Reporter

Scared that your girlfriend might kill you if you don’t make plans for Valentine’s Day? Why not scare her right into your arms instead. Talladega Frights, the Central Valley’s biggest haunted attraction, which is located inside the Kern County Museum, is hosting their second annual My Bloody Valentine event this Valentine’s Day weekend. Among the various haunted attractions, there will also be several contests and a dance party hosted by a professional DJ.

One of the contests that have been mentioned on Talladega Fright’s Facebook page is a costume contest with the theme of “Your Favorite Slasher.”

Contestants have the chance to win a Valentine’s Day package that will include dinner for two and a movie. Romeo, from The Romeo Show, of Hot 94.1, will also be hosting a contest that will award lucky listeners the chance to spend Valentine’s Day with special transportation and VIP access to the My Bloody Valentine event.

This year, approximately 80 new and returning cast members will be contributing to make your Valentine’s Day experience one you will never forget. Co-owner Dana Martin mentioned that this will be the last special event that Talladega Frights will be hosting until the Halloween season, so the turnout is expected to be grand.

Although the event is tailored around a “couples” holiday, there are more than enough reasons for single people and/or groups of friends to attend. According to Martin, “whether or not you have a date on Valentine’s Day, this gives everyone something to look forward to.”

This Valentine’s Day weekend, Talladega Frights welcomes everyone to have frightening good time at its second annual special event, My Bloody Valentine.

Cost per person each night will be $20. Special discounts may be available at www.talladegafrights.com