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Creep LA is back to haunt your dreams with AWAKE, a fully immersive horror experience that takes you deep into the twisted darkness of nightmares.

 Creep LA is back this fall to haunt your dreams with AWAKE. A fully immersive, multi-sensory walk through horror experience that takes you deep into the twisted darkness of nightmares.

Los Angeles has many haunted and immersive events. Creep LA is one of these premiere events, and Morbidly Beautiful went inside with our new event correspondent, horror actor Noel Jason Scott, to check it out.

(The original music score for this video was provided by Chris Hannan. Be sure to check out more of his music at https://www.melodiesofthemacabre.com/.)

Creep LA: AWAKE is a truly unique immersive experience that explores what creeps in the darkness of your mind. At night. While you sleep.

They say if you don’t sleep, you die. Or is it if you die in your dreams, you die in real life? Everyone’s had a bad dream they just can’t shake or a dream that’s so real it feels like you’re awake. What happens if your nightmares keep repeating, night after night? And what happens if you’re too afraid to close your eyes at night…afraid of what’s inside your mind?

This year Creep LA: Awake will take place at Row DTLA – 777 S. Alameda, Los Angeles, California, in a 60,000 SQ FT space where thrill seekers are invited to step into an altered world where nightmares become reality.

The show runs nightly through October 5th through November 4th, with 6 shows per night.

Each performance allows 25 brave souls inside an imagined universe. A 75-minute walk through experience within a dynamic and diverse environment of moody rooms, intimate encounters and terrifying scenes.

There are still tickets available. Go to the Creep LA website now!

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