Prism Research Group, a Fortune 500 biotechnology company, franchises out do-it-yourself “MiCRO” laboratories to would-be home scientists. In 2019, we invite guests into MiCRO Lab 2 to participate in experiments aimed at the betterment of humanity. We soon find out that the overseeing Doctor’s vision of “betterment” may differ from that of the common ideal.
2019 – Escape Your Prism
Prism is back in a big way! We’ve expanded the haunt to 7+ rooms and ~10 minutes of horror. In sticking with our Prism roots, each room is themed on a color of the visible light spectrum; red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet (ROYGBIV). This year, terror comes in all shades.
You’ll encounter live actors, dead actors, and possibly some in-between as you wind through our 7 unique rooms and try to avoid the Doctor’s “advanced humans.”
We’re also ratcheting up the special effects, with home-grown animatronics powered by Raspberry Pi’s and Arduinos. Ever enter a fleshy room enveloped in countless, randomly-twitching eyeballs only to have them pause and focus their attention on you? You will at the Prism Haunt.
Thrown into the mix are a multitude of cinema-quality, pre-recorded special effects including character videos, monster projections, and world-building advertisements for the big-bad parent corporation, Prism Research Group.
We’ll be open for 5 nights during the 2019 season: Oct 18: 7-9 PM Oct 19: 7-9 PM Oct 25: 7-9 PM Oct 26: 7-8 PM Oct 31: 6-10 PM
2018 – A Haunt To Remember
During our inaugural year in 2018, we opened to the public for a total of 3 nights and 7 hours. During that time, we had 750 terrified guests experience the haunt and most lived to tell the tale. Prism was a passion project designed by two friends, David Fefferman and Andrew Ducote, as a free-to-attend haunt for the community. It was a resounding success in every category except for number of gray hairs generated. The two are gluttons for punishment, and this year they’re back with a haunt more than twice the size and triple the time as last year’s.
About The Haunters
David Fefferman has a background in design and technology and focuses on set design and construction of the physical haunt.
Andrew Ducote comes from the world of film and focuses on pre-recorded scenes and haunt documentation.