A HORROR attraction is set to return to the region as organisers welcome the freak show to town.

Terror in the Trees 3.0 is back for 2019 and is ready to unleash Beamish’s very own freak show, as the ring master and his experiments join an industry leading cast of live actors and sets built from scratch.

A group of lonely walkers will stumble across a decaying carnival in the middle of the County Durham countryside.

A battered sign reading “Beamish Valley’s world of wonders” will intrigue the walkers to investigate further into the mold infested house.

Once inside the lone walkers are bagged, tied up and strung upside down.

Amy Tocu, managing director, said: “Terror in the Trees consumed everyone in the North East last year, scaring over 30,000 thrill seekers from the offset. We can’t wait for everyone to experience the new and improved Terror in the Trees 3.0, we’ve made sure the scares and frights will have guests checking under their beds for months to come. We have massive plans for this year, including constructing permanent sets that will be used throughout the year in various events, increasing the fear experience. This year’s theme will be bigger and bolder, welcome to our freak show.”

The event will take place at Beamish Hall Country House Hotel, near Stanley.

For tickets and more information visit beamish-hall.digitickets.co.uk