Halloween's Night of Horrors a hit for the Rose City

HALLOWEEN lovers had their fill of horror as the team at Video Ezy presented their Night of Horrors event on Saturday.

From 6.30pm the poultry sheds at the showgrounds were transformed into horror mazes, while laser skirmish, a jumping castle and movie screening gave younger visitors something a little more family friendly.

Video Ezy owner and mastermind behind the event Jeff Clark said the event had been well supported by the local community.

"We had around 150 people coming through the Abandoned Warehouse and Asylum Escape mazes," Mr Clark said.

"The magician Joe You was kept busy back at the Video Ezy store with around 200 people visiting the store and seeing him perform live.

"We had about 40 people participate in the laser skirmish as well.

"All up, it was good to have people in the community support the event with somewhere safe to spend Halloween."

Mr Clark said the success of this year's event has his team looking hopeful for another Halloween horror event in the future.

Baillie Garing, Rhiannon and Enzo Rampling and Panayotis Spirithon Tsalmas at the Warwick Showgrounds.
Baillie Garing, Rhiannon and Enzo Rampling and Panayotis Spirithon Tsalmas at the Warwick Showgrounds.

"We are looking to build on these numbers next year," he said.

"However Halloween is on the same weekend as Rodeo next year, with the showgrounds being unavailable and too much to ask of the community to support the both events. This has prompted us to look at conducting a Friday the 13th Night in May next year instead."

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