The All American Haunting : A Theatrical Seance
As seen on America's Got Talent
"A Ghoulish Good Time" - SummitDaily
"A Unifying Human Experience. Enough To Spook Even The Strongest Of Skeptics." -JackCentral.org
"Relentlessly Entertaining." -Westword
Inspired by seances conducted by fraudulent Victorian mediums, The All American Haunting is a blend of Illusion, Psychic Mystery, Horror, and Theatre.
It had been said that the theatre was haunted, but you brushed it off as superstition. However, recent supernatural activity has terrorized the tenants. The Haunting is Real.
To help investigate and perhaps eliminate the ghostly disturbances, paranormal investigators Anthem and Aria have been called in. Hopefully they can supply answers and solutions.
However, when things go wrong, the investigation turns dangerous. Everyone must work together to put the dark spirit to rest with a seance.
Who are The Psychic Soulmates
Connected by their mutual love of the supernatural, Anthem and Aria tour internationally spreading macabre mystery and a message of cosmic connection. Working as equal partners they read minds, summon spirits, and touch hearts at colleges, on cruises, and in world class theaters. You've seen them in Las Vegas showrooms and on Hulu and America's Got Talent. Awarded Mentalist Of The Year, Best Variety Show, and the Lance Burton Award Of Excellence, you can expect a chilling and stunning night of ghostly illusions.
The All American Haunting may involve pitch darkness, loud noises and bangs, blood, flashing lights, sensitive topics surrounding death, and unexpected spirit phenomena. Recommended for ages 12 and up.
River North Media
3410 Blake St, Denver, CO 80205
Entrance: Please enter through the back doors from the alley off of 34th between Blake and Walnut streets.
Parking: There is some parking in the lot at 35th and Walnut, street parking, and the parking garage across the pedestrian walkway at Zeppelin Station
Accessibility: The entrance from the alley is wheelchair accessible,
Admission: You must show your ticket confirmation or purchase a ticket at the venue; all seating is general admission, audiences will wait in a queue before entry to the show