Shallow Grave gives your creepy Valentine a Night to Dismember

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Suspense, guts and bloodcurdling screams – how else would you want to spend your Valentine’s Day weekend? The Shallow Grave, our pick for the best Halloween scare-to-dollar ratio in the area, hosts a special haunted house for all you creepy lovebirds out there. A Night to Dismember consists of two houses: Haunted Hills and ADHD (Attention Deficit Haunt Disorder). Each house should take about 20 minutes, but only six people are allowed to enter at a time. Saturday is a “Lights Out” event, forcing you to traverse the home of cannibal Thaddeus Van Buren and the nightmares of his victims with nothing but a flashlight. Ditch the flowers and drugstore boxes of chocolate this year and get your date’s heart racing the old-fashioned way: by scaring the ever-loving crap out of them. 

7-11 p.m. Friday-Saturday, Feb. 13-14 | The Shallow Grave, 701 NW 42nd St., Winter Haven | theshallowgrave.com | $13-$20


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