Freakling Bros., Las Vegas’ premiere haunted attraction, has announced that due to overwhelming demand, The Victim Experience will make its horrifying return this October.

The Victim Experience
The Victim Experience

The Victim Experience

Originally debuted in October 2013, The Victim Experience is a one-of-a-kind, terrifyingly realistic and utterly hellish experience for a special kind of thrill seeker. The Victim Experience will run Oct. 24 – 26 and Oct. 31.

Available for only four nights this October, The Victim Experience offers a terrifyingly realistic, traumatic and horrifying test of psychological fortitude for those who think they have what it takes. This experience is not for everybody. In fact, 80% of those who were brave enough to sign up for the initial Victim Experience in 2013, those who were actively looking to be tortured and victimized in what Theme Park University called “The most intense haunt ever,” were unable to complete the experience without using the “safe” word.

You’re not the voyeur in this experience. You’re the victim. Things happen to you. It’s a twisted, masochistic and utterly Hellish experience for a special kind of thrill seeker. Tickets are limited and can be purchased online only at Tickets are $120 for the Oct. 24 – 26 experiences and $150 for Halloween night. The experience includes safety training, orientation, a decompression period with complimentary drinks and a special edition “Survivor” shirt for those who make it through the experience. All victims must be 18 years or older and must be prepared to experience psychological, emotional and sensory torture, including physical contact and harassment, with zero retaliation.


Located at the Grand Canyon Shopping Center at 4245 S. Grand Canyon Dr. (Flamingo and the 215 Beltway), Freakling Bros. The Trilogy of Terror operates from 7 p.m. to midnight on Fridays and Saturdays and from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday – Thursday. Tickets are $12 for “Circus of Horrors” and “Castle Vampyre” and $15 for “Gates of Hell.” Line-pass t-shirts are available for $10 and are valid all month. Discounts are available for combining houses and multiple visits, including the $30 “Freak Pass” for all three haunts and the $40 “All You Can Scream” pass. To enter the “Gates of Hell” you must be at least 17 years of age or accompanied by an adult, and you must sign a consent form. Dates of operation for The Trilogy of Terror are Oct. 9 – 12 and Oct. 16 – 31.

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Established in 1976, Freakling Bros., creators of Las Vegas‘ premier haunted attractions, unveiled the city’s first free-standing haunted attractions in 1992, later introducing the industry’s first six-trailer, self-contained mobile attraction, paving the way for a new concept in haunted houses that would sweep the country.

In 2011, Duke and son JT Mollner introduced the first-ever R-rated attraction in “Gates of Hell” to the haunted experiences at The Trilogy of Terror. An experiment in serious, uncompromising, interactive horror, “Gates of Hell” helped The Trilogy of Terror earn top honors from The Scare Zone, earning a score of 6 on a scale of 0 – 5. The Trilogy of Terror was also named #1 in the Western United States. In 2013, JT Mollner represented Freakling Bros. on the “Extreme Haunted Houses” panel at the prestigious Scare LA convention in Los Angeles.

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