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Published On: Fri, Oct 23rd, 2015

SLAUGHTERHOUSE: Halloween Haunt At The Erotic Heritage Museum

Slaughterhouse“What Happens In Vegas, Dies In Las Vegas” The Erotic Heritage Museum presents their annual sexy and horrific Halloween attraction.

Halloween at the Museum, the Erotic Heritage Museum that is, is a grand sexy ghoulish affair. What started four years ago as a sexy haunted “Cannibal Night” attraction, paying homage to 50’s and 60’s film makers, has grown to be an annual seminal event celebrating All Hallows’ Eve in Las Vegas.

This year, the tricks and treats will flow aplenty across the two floors of the EHM. For a nominal entrance fee, gutsy attendees will enter the “Slaughterhouse,” a meat-locker maze of hanging carcasses and naked, blood-soaked zombies wielding chainsaws through fog and lasers (the EHM makes the Walking Dead undead look like amateurs!). Las Vegas natives Fans of Jimmy Century will provide the soundtrack for the evening playing live, welcoming anyone who likes, to ‘play’ upon the two beds that will be set up right in front of the band.

Certainly the weak of heart or pregnant women are being warned to stay clear, but for the sexually adventurous, or those who like a good old-fashion scare, there isn’t a better haunt than what lies within the EHM’s walls for Halloween. EHM President/Executive Director Dr. Victoria Hartmann, Ph.D./M.P.H. warns “Last year we had a line wrapped around the block, this year we are anticipating even more people…line-up early!”

The Erotic Heritage’s SLAUGHTERHOUSE happens on October 24th, with doors opening at 9pm, an admission of $10 and a cash bar inside.

For more info visit http://www.eroticmuseumvegas.com/slaughterhouse-oct-24-erotic-heritage-museum/

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