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Phobia offers a frightfully good time

October 6, 2006

Valdosta - Although Halloween is still a few weeks away, if you're got an itch for the eerie, Phobia at Wild Adventures is the place to be.  "We renamed it and made it scarier than ever, asking people to come out and face their fears.  Actually we are daring people to come face their fears," says Sara Sumner, Public Relations Coordinator for the Park.

Wild Adventures is scaring up Halloween park goers with spooky shows, child friendly frights, parades, scary attractions and horrifying haunted houses.  "It was very shocking!," The Henry Family exclaims!  " Lots of suspense.  I almost lost my breath.  I almost stopped breathing.  I'm out of breath!  I'm out of breath and broke a sweat.  Someone almost stabbed me!"

After a night of scares, this family will keep coming back for more and recommend it to anyone looking for a frightfully fun time this Halloween season.  "I definitely would.  I definitely would.  If you want to burn some calories, break out into a sweat, yes...go in!" They add.

With Phobia express, you can face you fears, without facing long lines.  "We have a ticket you can purchase to get yourself to the front of the line at the haunted attractions," Sumner says.

The tricks and treats at Wild Adventures will be going on Thursday through Sunday nights until October 31st.  All the haunted attractions are included in the price of park admission.

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