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Review: Dreamland mutates into Screamland with six sensational scare mazes

By Katie Davis

Dreams turn into nightmares at this year's Screamland, which has seen through its promise of being bigger and scarier than ever.

With a sensational six scare mazes, it's enough to get anyone's pulse racing.

The Brotherhood is not for the faint hearted, as a black hood is placed overyour head and all you have to guide you is a rope.

Do you dare to enter the mazes?
Do you dare to enter the mazes?

It takes you high and low with creepy voices sending chills through you.

If you're claustrophobic, The Legend of Crank Jack may not be for you as you enter the mysterious world through Jack's box on your hands and knees.

Once lured into his world, you'll become lost in a series of twists and turns with a strying of dead ends until you finally find your way out.

But the scare doesn't end there, as clowns and more punctuate the experience - jumping out, laughing and squeaking horns.

Screamland will be back at Dreamland in Margate for Halloween
Screamland will be back at Dreamland in Margate for Halloween

Festino's Festival of Freaks was my favourite, with Fetsino himself welcoming you into his maze full of freaks.

The jump factor is cranked up in this mazes, with twisted figures appearing out of no where, conjuring screams from all who pass through.

Even before you enter any of the mazes, creepy characters approach you, making you jump and putting you on edge for what may be ahead.

Other scare mazes are The Final Cut, which will see you become part of the action in an alien adventure, the Dead & Breakfast: Under New Management - Margate's worst hotel with something sinister lying within, and Puchninello's Revenge in a hall of mirrors.

This Halloween season is the perfect time to immerse yourself in the spooky experiences on offer as Dreamland mutates into Screamland.

Screamland runs from Friday, October 20 until Tuesday, October 31 and tickets include access to all scare mazes, unlimited ride use and access to entertainment.

For tickets, head to dreamland.co.uk

Beware - it's not for the faint hearted.

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