Fright in Falcon 2017 Season Update
We are sorry to have to report that the Fright in Falcon haunted house will not be open for the 2017 Halloween season.
The Fright in Falcon family is dealing with medical issues this year that have prevented us from putting the 100% effort into improving the haunted house that we think that you all deserve.
We don't want to put on a substandard show. That's not who we are.
Rest assured that we are planning to come back next year, for the 2018 Halloween season, bigger, better, and scarier than ever and with a few surprises for our loyal fans. ‹evil grin›
Thank you for your understanding.
If you would like to be a part of the Fright in Falcon team in 2018; designing, building, technical support, security, scaring the crap out of unsuspecting victims, please drop us an email at [email protected] and we will keep you in mind.
We will keep you all updated here, and our Facebook page!
Have a great Halloween!
Fright in Falcon Presents:
Eastonville Research and Containment Facility (E.R.C.F)
For years, the government has maintained a number of facilities located throughout the country whose purpose is to keep and study a variety of rare and extraordinary creatures. The long vacated town of Eastonville, Colorado contains one such facility, transporting these creatures by way of the Meadow Lake airport in the dead of night.
Though the government does its best to keep these facilities secret, the E.R.C.F. was discovered by a group of Colorado Geocachers, who quickly spread the word about their find. Upset citizens in the surrounding area grew anxious and vocal, concerned about the activities that might be taking place there.
Given the number of creatures kept at the facility, and the substantial monetary investment involved, relocating the facility was not an option. However, the increasingly frequent and disruptive protests made continuing operations very difficult. In an attempt to ease tensions and return operations to a steady and predictable flow, a public relations campaign was devised, allowing concerned citizens to tour the facility and witness the activities within.
With multiple layers of security utilizing state-of-the-art technologies, numerous fail-safes, and an elite staff with extensive training in combat and containment procedures, safety of the visitors is absolutely assured.
Nothing could go wrong.
Keeping with tradition, Fright in Falcon will be accepting donations of non-perishable foods for the "Will Rogers Elementary School Food Pantry" when you purchase your tickets on-site. In exchange for your kind donation, you will receive a discount of $1.00 off per ticket (only one item per ticket).