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This Halloween, The London Bridge Experience and The London Tombs present Phobophobia, a Halloween experience like no other. Derived from the word meaning 'a fear of phobias, or a fear of fear' on the 30th and 31st of October prepare yourself to come face to face with your deepest and darkest fears.

Taking you on a tour of the most common fears and phobias, The London Bridge Experience challenges you to control the terrified inner workings of your mind as you are confronted by the evocation of arachnophobia, claustrophobia, hemophobia, wiccaphobia and many more. Whether a roomful of spiders sends a chill down your spine, bloodstained walls or echoes of ghostly voices get your heart racing, you'll find the embodiment of that very fear in the dim and dismal interiors of Phobophobia. Do you dare to go beyond your fear threshold?

London's newest scare attraction consists of two horrifying experiences, The London Bridge experience and The London Tombs, which have a dark history of their own. Housed in the original vaults of London Bridge, the dark catacombs and tunnels are known to be haunted sites, where builders renovating the area explained of missing tools and unexplained events taking place, resulting in many builders refused to carry on with the job. The London Tombs lay where a pit of skeletons were excavated, known to be a 14 century plague burial site. Children's voices have been heard, ghosts have been seen and their presences have been felt in the dark and gloomy passageways of the London experiences.

The London Bridge Experience is renowned for being one of the most scariest dwellings in London, so what better place to spend All Hallows Eve the celebration of all things spooky than on an interactive quest to explore true terror?

The London Bridge Experience will be showcasing this unique event on the 30th and 31st of October, Phobophobia has been given a '12' rating, under 11s must be accompanied by an adult, but there are also special daytime shows running on the two days from 10am-7pm, based on the history of Halloween which is perfect for a family outing, advanced booking prices is 10.98 for the 10am slot, 16.95 for any slot after and 21.95 on the door (adult price), 64.95 for a family ticket bought on the door. The real horrors commence in the evening, when Phobophobia is released upon its guests from 7pm-2am.

You are invited to: "Touch the bloodstained walls, taste the lifeless ridden air and feel your way through the most terrifying ordeals the human body will ever endeavour."

But remember, this experience isn't for the faint hearted, if you suffer from a nervous and jumpy nature don't attempt to tread through Phobophobia, you never know what abject horrors may come your way.
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Why? It's darn good fun to scare yourself silly!
When: 30th and 31st of October 09, 7pm-2am
Where: London Bridge
Cost: 15 advanced ticket price, no on door option
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