Douglasville haunt brings “Nightmares” to life: There’s an outbreak at Nightmare’s Gate Hospital, as a terrifying disease spreads way too fast for doctors to control. Some will survive…some will not. Will you make it out alive?
That’s the horror movie come to life at Nightmare’s Gate, a Douglasville haunted attraction open now through Halloween. The haunted house is located at 4179 Vansant Road in Douglasville, and is a walk-through attraction geared toward fright-loving adults. According to the walk-through attraction’s website, “from the time you are through the door into the attraction you are living in a horror movie for the next 30 to 45 minutes” – and this year’s horror movie follows the CDC’s Dr. McGavock who is fighting back against the strange infection sweeping through a hospital, turning patients and staffers into monsters!
Nightmare’s Gate is open this Friday through Tuesday night, and admission is $25 per person. Good Day Atlanta’s Paul Milliken wasn’t brave enough to visit the attraction at night, but he did spend the morning exploring the hospital (and, unfortunately, meeting a few of the patients!).
Food Network Guy's Big Project: Contestant Lindsay Greene is the brains behind the popular food blog The Hunger Diaries. Lindsay Greene is stops by Good Day Atlanta to talk more about Guy's Big Project and to share a pizza mac n cheese in a pumpkin recipe. For more information click here.
10 oz. log of goat cheese
1 c. shredded fontina
1 c. grated parmesan
1 q. heavy cream
½ stick butter (salted)
1 tsp. kosher salt
4 mini pumpkins, hollowed out
1 c. approx. of shredded mozzarella cheese
½ c. approx. of tomato sauce
Thank You For Your Service movie screening in Atlanta the first 25 servicemembers per location with valid government issued ID who request a ticket will be given one free admission to the 7:00P.M. preview screening. For a list of which AMC theatres are participating click here.