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ONE OF THE UK’s scariest scream parks is moving from land to sea, with the news of their latest attraction.

Award-winning Psycho Path – which was recently named Rising Star of the Year at the annual ScareTour awards – will be back with a vengeance this autumn.

And along with all of the terrifying favourites, visitors will also be able to enjoy new features, including Cutthroat Island, a petrifying pirate adventure set on the high seas.

Psycho Path, which runs at Lintz Hall Farm, Burnopfield, has added attractions each year, with thrill seekers returning to enjoy experiences such as iScream, a clown maze and scary freak show, Cornered, a terrifying journey through a corn field and the ever-popular Psycho City.

And this time round the team behind the annual event believe they have created “our most exciting event yet.”

“From day one we always wanted to create an attraction that would surprise everyone every single year by adding new experiences,” said Christiano Crawford, one of the directors and creators of Psycho Path.

“We feel that this year is going to be our most spectacular one so far and we have taken the legend of the buccaneers of the Caribbean and created a really unique experience.

“We expect Cutthroat Island to be a huge – but absolutely terrifying – hit.”

Psycho Path 2022 opens on 30 September and will then run every Friday and Saturday night from 7 October and from 28-31 October.

Tickets are available at

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