In the wake of several strange events around the country that some said resembled zombie attacks, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention actually had to issue a statement saying they don't really exist.
But on Thursday night, there was a den full of zombies on the City's Northside, in an old warehouse near Concrete Street Amphitheatre. It's Corpus Christi's latest Halloween-style attraction: the Fright Night House.
There's all kinds of hideous creatures, and they're straight from hell. The national zombie outbreak has finally reared its ugly head, and you can actually get in on all the flesh-biting fun; that is, if you can get past the monster standing guard at the front door.
The Fright Night House has been around for years, but for this year's Halloween, everything inside has been revamped and zombiefied.
"This is kind of a sneak peek of what we're going to bring in October for the Fright Night Haunted House," owner Brandon Gonzalez said. "This is our Zombie Outbreak. Zombies are real popular right now in Corpus Christi, and everywhere, you know. So we wanted to give a little sneak peek. We've had a lot of people calling us and asking us about it."
The place opens up to the paying pubic from 7-11 p.m. Friday, July 13. Presale tickets are $10 if you purchase them from the Fright Night Haunted House Web site at www.iamnotgoinginthere.com, or you can pay $12 at the door.
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