• Containment Haunted House derails at Atlantic Station

    By: Nelson Hicks


    ATLANTA - There's a new haunted house in Atlanta, one that involves visitors walking through shipping containers. It's Containment.

    "Along the CSX rail lines, all the shipping containers containing all these haunts and creatures and everything derailed," co-creator Steve Guy told wsbtv.com's Nelson Hicks, explaining the premise behind the haunt. "Next thing you know, they all got dragged over  to Atlantic Station. It's going to be very impactful and very scary."

    Photos: Walk inside Containment

    Containment includes over 40 live actors. Combine that with 25 support staffers, 35 animatronics and electrical effects, and Containment is a haunt that Guy thinks Atlanta will love. 

    "With this haunt, we have gone through and pretty much put startle around every corner," Guy said.

    Guy is part of a crew that got its start at Six Flags creating Fright Fest back in the '80s.

    Why shipping containers? Guy noted the containers are mobile, so they can be brought back year after year. Plus, each shipping container offers creators a chance to create a new scene.

    Containment is open nightly through Halloween.

    Check out Containment on the web for more info on ticket prices and times.

    Check out Nelson's News on Facebook to see more haunted houses around Atlanta and fun things happening across the state.

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