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I Can’t See – A Must See

I Can’t See – A Must See

Are you and your friends looking for a good scare this Halloween season? Are you brave enough to take a chance? Can you follow simple instructions, such as “Don’t Die”? If you answered “Yes” then I Can’t See is the must attend event for you this Halloween season in New York City. 

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Psycho Clan, the creative team behind many well-known NYC immersive productions, opened I Can’t See, an all-new heart pounding immersive horror theater experience just in time for the Halloween season.  Inspired by The Toll House, the classic British ghost story by W.W, Jacobs, I Can’t See is created by Psycho Clan original members Timothy Haskell and Paul Smithyman and will run September 25th through November 3rd at 133 Greenwich Street in Manhattan. Performances are Tuesdays – Sundays at various times. Visit www.nightmarenyc.com for complete details.

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Imagine if you will being alone in total darkness in the middle of NYC. You can hear people around you and things moving in the area and in the distance as well as, yes, things that go bump in the night, some way to close for comfort. Visitors are double blindfolded after signing the insurance safety waivers. Wireless headphones are placed on their ears. With zero sight and all sound supplied the producers create a truly immersive horror experience.

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One of a dozen or so actors is seen helping guide a visitor through this incredible immersive horror experience. Photo by Brian Hester

All in all I would have to say this immersive horror experience is NOT for everyone; Those with pre-existing heart conditions, weakened hearts or phobias of any type are best advised to stay home. If on the other hand you see yourself as a brave, strong, adventure seeking adrenaline junkie then by all means this event is for you. Just a word of advise – “Don’t Die”

It’s all Halloween Fun until you find yourself alone in total darkness in New York City. Photo by Brian Hester

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Brian Hester is a New York City based freelance photographer covering any nature of event including but not limited to; breaking news, sports, entertainment, fashion, nature and whatever may catch his wandering eye. Since 2011 Brian, has been covering community events and high school sports for North Jersey Media Group and their successor Gannett USA Today. His clients include Rutgers University and Monmouth Athletics. ​You can see more of his work at www.brianbehindthelens.com

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