The Dent Schoolhouse Gets a Frightening Holiday Makeover as 'A Christmas Nightmare'

This time it's Krampus, not Santa, who is coming town.

click to enlarge A Christmas Nightmare features evil holiday demons - PHOTO: DENT SCHOOLHOUSE
Photo: Dent Schoolhouse
A Christmas Nightmare features evil holiday demons
The spirits of Dent Schoolhouse get in the holiday spirit when A Christmas Nightmare takes over the popular Halloween attraction with what they call "a haunted winter wonderland."

For two nights only, Charlie the Janitor is Santa Charlie in a scary attraction full of garlands, lights and twisted holiday monsters. Think Krampus, killer elves and really bad fruitcake.

As a bonus, they'll be offering hot cocoa while you wait and they have themed Christmas Nightmare shirts available for sale.

This event does sell out, but Dent says "as long as you are in line by the end of box office hours you will get to go through the schoolhouse."

6-10 p.m. Dec. 10 and 11. Online pricing is $25-$55 (for front of line). 5963 Harrison Ave., Dent, frightsite.com.

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