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Halloween Harvest, or “Howl-o-Scream Lite.” Busch Gardens is sticking with its “reservations only/limited attendance” events with Halloween Harvest during October. This is sort of “Howl-o-Scream

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A Night at Busch Gardens' Christmas Celebration Busch Gardens Williamsburg is pushing on with its limited attendance/reservations-only events schedule with an abridged version of their extremely

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^Ha! Didn't know that. Well, BGW had pretty good luck with Sea Dog Cemetery a few years ago--we'll see how this one turns out.

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Definitely looking forward to Howl-O-Scream this year. I found out I'll be there for two days so thats enough to check out everything.

 

As for putting another coaster in Drachen Fire's spot, that would be awesome and I'd love to see it happen. I wouldn't mind seeing a GCI or RMC in that area.

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I have what may be a stupid ticket question, but I just want to make sure before I buy...

 

For the BGW Fall Fun card, does that include all-day park admission AND haunt? On the website it says "Pay for a day and get unlimited visits to Howl-O-Scream." I have to believe that this also includes park admission outside of haunt hours, but KD has separate haunt/park ticket options, so I wanted to make sure that wasn't how BGW worked too...

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^Howl-o-Scream is not an upcharge attraction at BGW--it's just part of your park admission (or season pass).

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^They're supposed to make some sort of announcement concerning 2014 this Saturday as part of Passholder Appreciation Weekend. The only thing I know of for certaib is that a new show is going into the Globe Theatre and that it might be themed to British pop music (Madagascar has been kicked around, too).

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Ahoy! Thar be a new pirate-themed store fer Howl-o-Scream this year, swabs.

 

X MARKS THE SPOT FOR PIRATE TREASURE AT BUSCH GARDENS®

 

WILLIAMSBURG (September 3, 2013) – Busch Gardens® is making it easy to get into the pirate spirit during Howl-O-Scream® with the introduction of Captain Barghbie’s Booty™, a pirate-themed store in the park’s new Ports of Skull™ Terror-tory™.

 

Captain Barghbie’s Booty will bear little resemblance to Bella Casa Gifts, the shop’s prior iteration, after its piratical transformation.

 

“We’re very excited about how the store is going to look,” said Phil Barbie, the park’s merchandise director and the store’s reluctant namesake. “It’s going to be like you’re actually on a boat. You walk into one area and it feels like you’re in the belly of the ship. In another spot we’ve filled the captain’s quarters with treasure. “

 

In addition to traditional Howl-O-Scream items, the shop has a vast ocean of new riches to offer, including nautical-themed gifts that are perfect for the whole year as well as pirate-themed plunder for purchase.

 

“There are going to be great toys for kids including pirate toys and some dress-up accessories to help you transform into a fearsome pirate,” said Barbie.

 

For buccaneers 21 and over, Captain Barghbie’s Booty will also offer a select sampling of adult beverages. During the day, guests can still enjoy wine tastings. In the evenings, guests can enjoy a selection of rum-based drinks.

 

“We’re also offering gold by the inch, so you can pick your chain and a charm,” said Barbie, “Since it’s by the inch, you can decide whether or not you want something a little more fitted or more of a pendant.”

 

Busch Gardens’ artisans will have a selection of Capodimonte jewelry and sculptures including the famous “eyeball rose” that has become symbol of serious scares at Busch Gardens.

 

To help guests immerse themselves in the frightening worlds created in the Terror-tories the store will also have face-painting artists “so pirates young and old can come and get their faces transformed.”

 

Ports of Skull is one of four new Terror-tories that will transform Busch Gardens into a much darker place. France, Italy, Germany and England will be transformed into an over-the-top thematic experience that transports guests to another time and place full of startles and frights. Enter murky waters haunted by swashbuckling pirates in Italy, stroll through London’s East End on the trail of Jack The Ripper or face vampires and underworld creatures in Germany and France.

 

Purchase a Fall Fun Card and enjoy unlimited admission to Busch Gardens Williamsburg, including Howl-O-Scream, for the price of a one-day admission. Howl-O-Scream opens September 13, and terrifies weekends through October 27. For tickets and more information including shopping, visit www.howloscream.com/va.

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For buccaneers 21 and over, Captain Barghbie’s Booty will also offer a select sampling of adult beverages. During the day, guests can still enjoy wine tastings. In the evenings, guests can enjoy a selection of rum-based drinks

 

Best part of that press release! Busch is certainly going all out with the pirate theme this year, hoping more and more I can get down there in October.

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^It all starts on September 13. They used have the Sea Dog Cemetery maze where the Forest of Fun is now, and, frankly, they have nowhere to go but up after two years of the Fear Fair maze in Festa Italia (that one never quite worked). They seem to be beefing up the dining options for HOS this year, too.

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Looks like we have a replacement for Pirates 4D.

 

It's supposed to be a theatrical-esque show that focuses on British rock music. Being a big fan of classic rock, I'm very interested to see how this show is next year.

 

Not sure if this is one of the buses from the 70s, but it's still pretty cool.

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LONDON ROCKS!

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^Speaking of that . . .

 

Busch Gardens is holding their annual Passholder Appreciation Weekend, and the first 1,500 passholders to make it to the Festhaus this morning were treated to some announcements about Christmas Town, Howl-o-Scream, and the park's new show for 2014 (London Rocks).

 

Christmas Town--For the price of a one-day ticket to the event this year ($30), passholders can buy an unlimited Christmas Town pass. In the past, you had to buy a discounted one-day ticket. But between now and October 31, passholders can purchase these Christmas Town passes for $25 online (just login into your passholder account online).

 

Howl-o-Scream--This event kicks off on September 13 (yes, Friday the 13th). Passholders can bring a friend for free from September 13-16, and these free tickets can be obtained online. That's one free ticket per "active" pass, and only for opening weekend. Although there is one new maze this year (Cut Throat Cove in Festa Italia), the park is emphasizing dining during HOS. Three separate, themed dining experiences are available: Blood Banquet in Germany (with Count Vlad and other bloodsuckers as your friendly hosts), Buccaneer Galley in Festa Italia (with scurvy wenches and pirates, of course), and Fright Feast in Ireland (with a mad scientist and monsters). They're really pushing the four "Terror-tories," as well: Ripper Row (England), Vampire Point (Germany), Demon Street (France), and Ports of Skull (Italy). They've ramped up the "adult" beverage offerings, too. Another new feature of HOS will be "Torture Hill" in Italy, where you can partake of such piratical sports as being placed in the stocks or walking the plank.

 

London Rocks--This is the show going into the Globe Theatre in England. They gave passholders a little taste of it today.

 

Jack Hanna was there to do some animal shows, too. Here's a look at what went on at the Festhaus and elsewhere today.

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Yes, it's all about us today.

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First stop, the Festhaus.

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They're setting up for the HOS Casket Club show--no oom-pah-pah today.

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Scott Gasparich, the park's entertainment director kept trying to talk about Howl-o-Scream . . .

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. . . only to be interrupted by pirates, . . .

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. . . a Victorian woman of questionable virtue, . . .

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. . . demonic entities, . . .

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. . . and vixens.

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This is the Demonic DJ, and he'll be calling the musical shots on Demon Street (France).

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Meet the sparkliest vampire of them all . . .

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. . .Count Vlad!

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Orlock, the lord of the Casket Club, is not pleased that the Blood Banquet will also be coming to Germany.

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I imagine you'll be encountering Count Vlad and his bloodsucking guests at the Blood Banquet.

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Finally, they gave us a look at the new show in England. I think these giant balloons look like shortbread cookies--or maybe I'm just hungry.

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Sing it! "I need somebody!"

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They played all sort of British pop and rock while flashing these projections on the balloons.

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Everything from "Hard Day's Night" to "Start Me Up" to "Our House."

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Then something blew up.

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I think the show may have to do with British pop music; of course, I could be mistaken.

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I pity the poor clean-up crew--the UK just puked all over the Feshaus after downing too much Guinness.

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Remember--that's London Rocks.

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This bus did not come from London.

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OK, how about a look at some other HOS stuff?

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Yep--pirates.

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They've put up the set for the "Dig It Up" show in Italy.

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Blow like an Egyptian . . .

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Arr, I think ye can get yer fruity rum drinks here, mateys.

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But beware of scurvy bungee pirates!

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And look out for Count von Count!

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Punkins. That's all.

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You can find jello shots and naughty nurses here.

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No Europe in the Air during Howl-o-Scream--what bad luck.

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Boogie, boogie, boogie!

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France is slowly being transformed into Demon Street.

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Even New France is getting into the act.

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"Velcome to Vampire Point. Haf you been helped--or sucked?"

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Hmm--looks like some scare zone stuff is being set up.

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Here's a piece of Ripper Row in England.

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Terror waits behind this door!

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Why don't we finish up with some of Jack Hanna's adorable animals?

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Always end a report with a cute little kitty--that's all.

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The Princess Anne/Virginia Beach tag tells me they borrowed the bus from the air museum.

 

Also, had you panned slightly more to the right on this shot I would have been in it. I was sitting next to the guy in the "Why I Don't Ride" shirt.

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^Last three years:

 

BGW: 1 new coaster and 1 new drop tower

BGT: 1 new coaster and 1 new drop tower

 

Busch Gardens Williamsburg is already an amazing park. I trust their decision making on when they will add their next major addition.

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^Last three years:

 

BGW: 1 new coaster and 1 new drop tower

BGT: 1 new coaster and 1 new drop tower

 

Busch Gardens Williamsburg is already an amazing park. I trust their decision making on when they will add their next major addition.

 

Same. It's not unusual for BGW to go for a few years without a new "major" attraction. These things are planned out years in advance. Entertainment and food seem to be their focus at the moment.

 

There are rumors that the tiger side of Gwazi will be heading to BGW.

 

Er, dubious, at best.

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I can not believe there is no new ride again this year. The last 2 years no new ride or new attraction. Wonder why Tampa is getting a new ride and we get nothing. Where is all our money going???

 

Better to plan out something good and spectacular than just start plopping down rides and coasters anywhere they please. This is what puts BGW above Six Flags in so many ways.

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^I wasn't expecting any earth-shattering announcements for 2014, but 2015 will probably be a different story. The new show hasn't exactly been a "big secret."

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The park sent us a little more Howl-o-Scream info today.

 

BUSCH GARDENS® PRESENTS A TERROR-TORY™ TERROR-STORY: RIPPER ROW®

 

WILLIAMSBURG (September 9, 2013) – Ripper Row® is one of four unnerving Terror-tories™ awaiting guests when Howl-O-Scream® opens Friday the 13th of September. This immersive area will greet guests when they enter Howl-O-Scream through what was once a quaint English village, but now resembles another time and place. Loosely based on the terrifying reign of the Whitechapel Murderer, Ripper Row envelops guests into a cinematic experience infused with new horrifying plot twists and turns. As the main attraction in Ripper Row, beware or become the Ripper’s next victim during this autumn of terror.

 

Ripper Row: The Story

 

Tendrils of fog curl lazily around those who walk the dark streets and cling to tattered bits of black parasols, forlorn reminders that the denizens of this forsaken place are in mourning. The wailing keens of those who’ve lost someone dear punctuate the air of a city shrouded in darkness and despair. Shadows lurk everywhere. Everyone is a stranger and no one can be trusted. The yellowed newspapers plastered on sides of buildings shout the dire news in bold headlines: patrons of the Ten Bells Pub are disappearing. Whispers permeate every shadow-filled corner and foreboding alleyway, rumors of a dark figure stalking the streets plucking unsuspecting souls who fall victim to his nefarious whims.

 

Bobbies rush in and out of Scotland Yard, their brows furrowed with anxiety and their eyes averted from the citizens they are helpless to protect. Their efforts to warn away potential victims has all been in vain as more and more people seem to flood the streets each day. The locals are starting to call it the Autumn of Terror and no one knows when the horrors will stop and England will be safe once more. How do you save people from a villain with no known identity? For weeks he has been taunting the police by mailing them grisly notes detailing his murderous crimes, all signed with the same shudder-inducing name: Jack the Ripper. One thing is clear, this is his city now and the suffering is far from over for those who visit Ripper Row…

 

The horrors of Ripper Row and three equally-frightening experiences await those brave enough to become the main characters in Howl-O-Scream’s thematic Terror-tories where spirits and fiends walk amongst the living. France, Italy, Germany and England will be transformed into an over-the-top experience that transports guests to another time and place full of startles and frights.

 

There’s plenty to see and explore during Busch Gardens’ Howl-O-Scream. The mad doctor returns in Fiends at Ireland’s Abbey Stone Theatre®, along with Dig It Up! in Il Teatro di San Marco and the coolest night club this side of the afterlife, Night Beats™, in Das Festhaus®. Cut Throat Cove™ joins the line-up of haunted houses that offer frightening surprises at every turn. Busch Gardens’ selection of spooky shops offers up a scary array of gifts to help guests relive the thrills of Howl-O-Scream long after the terror-filled adventure has ended, including new store Captain Barghbie’s Booty™.Visit the Open CASKet™ bar, Demon Drinks Inoculation Station or Pirate Baarrrgh™ for drinks that will makes guests’ blood run cold.

 

The frightening fun begins this Friday. During the day, Busch Gardens is full of fall fun for families, but at the stroke of 6 p.m. the park becomes a seriously scary place. Guests are advised to consider the park’s elevated scare factor when deciding to visit Busch Gardens with young children during the event.

 

Purchase a Fall Fun Card and enjoy unlimited admission to Busch Gardens Williamsburg, including Howl-O-Scream, for the price of a one-day admission. Howl-O-Scream offers scares and thrills weekends through October 27. For tickets and more information including shopping, visit http://www.howloscream.com/va.

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I am personally excited for the new show in England. Being a big fan of British Invasion music, I am sure that I will love it.

 

Kings Island did one last year when we were there on Labor Day that was quite good...I expect that BGW will blow that one away!

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I am personally excited for the new show in England. Being a big fan of British Invasion music, I am sure that I will love it.

 

Kings Island did one last year when we were there on Labor Day that was quite good...I expect that BGW will blow that one away!

I went to Kings Island on Labor Day weekend last year and saw British Invasion too, and this reminded me of that show. I thoroughly enjoyed it, and this is coming from a guy who doesn't like the shows at theme parks. If we go next year I can't wait to see it!

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Howl-o-Scream Opening Night Media Event

 

Yesterday was Friday the 13th; therefore, 6:13 pm was the perfect time to kickoff Howl-o-Scream 2013 at Busch Gardens Williamsburg. The park held a short reception over at the picnic area for theme-park Web sites and bloggers to talk about what's new for this year's event.

 

Scott Gasparich, vice president of entertainment, talked about how, over 15 years, HOS has gone from one maze, one attraction (the Transylvania Express train ride, if memory serves), and one show to becoming a true, "all-in" park event. This year, every aspect of the park, from entertainment to landscaping to food, is deeply involved in HOS. Here are the new offerings for this year:

 

Cut Throat Cove--This ghostly pirate maze has replaced last year's Fear Fair, and I think it's an improvement (evil clowns have sort of run their course). Wend your way through a port and aboard a ship that have been taken over by mutinous pirates.

 

Terror-tories--Guests will a accosted by Scotland Yard inspectors, ladies of "dubious virtue" (some of whom are headless), and maybe even Jack the Ripper as they enter the park via Ripper Row in England. Pirates have taken over Italy and turned it into Ports of Skull. Besides the new maze, other features of this Terror-tory include "Torture Hill" (get your photo taken walking the plank or being clapped in irons) and "Pirate Baarrgh" (get yer grog here, mates). You know, even bloodsucking fiends from Hell need a vacation now and then, and Vampire Point in Germany is just the resort they're looking for--relaxing and full of victims. Paris is burning and the fiends are partying over on Demon Street--but watch out for chainsaw-wielding monsters while you're checking out the Demonic DJ and his vixens in France.

 

Themed Dining--HOS is featuring "character-dining" options this year. Dine where the vampires feast at the "Blood Banquet" in the "Vampire Point Hotel," and you might get to meet the owner, Count Vladtastic, among other friendly denizens of the undead. Your hosts at the "Fright Feast" at Castle O'Sullivan in Ireland is a mad scientist and his demented creations, and share a mess hall with pirates at the "Buccaneer Galley" in Festa Italia. You can also score some adult beverages at the "Open Casket," "Pirate Baarrg," "Demon Drinks," and "Inoculation Station" (complete with Naughty Nurses).

 

Last year's shows, that is, "Fiends" (Ireland), "Night Beats" (Festhaus), and "Dig It Up" (Italy) are back, as are these mazes: 13: Your Number's Up (Ireland), Catacombs (France), Deadline (Italy), Bitten (Germany), and Root of All Evil (Germany).

 

You can also purchase a $72 Fun Card, which will get you into HOS all season (it's already part of an annual pass). Howl-o-Scream runs on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays through October 27.

 

One other point: Howl-o-Scream is not meant for young children. The park gets scarier and a bit more risque after 6:00 pm. You have been warned.

 

Shall we go in? Don't be afraid. I won't leave you behind--unless some monster kills me. Then you're on your own.

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We begin with the horrifying waterfall! In the picnic area!

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Terror has come to this stack of maps.

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Arr! These two scallywags be residents of Torture Hill over in Ports of Skull. They be "social directors," ye might say.

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What would an HOS media event be without a big snake?

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Scott Gasparich discusses the thinking behind the new Terror-Tories: "Everybody has to go along a pathway." In other words, there's no escaping Howl-o-Scream.

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Aye, even scurvy pyrates enjoy Coke products.

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Speaking of pirates and swag, the park gave us refillable HOS cups, "London Rocks" bags, vouchers for "Blood Banquet" and a free face painting, and a comp Quick Queue for Cut Throat Cove. (The last one came in very handy as the line for that maze got a bit long.)

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Meet me new mate. Now, off to the park with ye!

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Which way to go?

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The Dark Side of the Gardens shop is open for all your Halloween needs.

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Nosferatu, old buddy! How the hell ya been?

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Vampire Point had some nice, homey touches.

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Be very careful of who you meet in Vampire Point. The life you save could be your own.

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Fort New France was "spooked up" with spider webs and werewolves.

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Backstage tours are available.

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Is something burning?

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This line for Catacombs only took about 20 minutes.

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Here's the entrance to Catacombs. This is a maze I rather like, thanks to its unique atmosphere.

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Either Paris is burning or this is a "designated smoking area."

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Yo, Hellboy! What's happening?

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Hmm--is there anything in the Bible about demons carrying chainsaws?

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If you keep picking at that it'll never heal.

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Aw, isn't that sweet. Satan is out walking his dragon. I hope he brought a plastic bag.

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"And, lo, a Demonic DJ will stand atop a flaming skull." (That has to be an old Black Sabbath lyric.)

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Keep an eye open for Vixens. More to come.

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