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Necromanor returns for another year of screams… sweet dreams!

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  • Joel Rodgers

Looking for a good scare this Halloween? You’re in luck.

Necromancer Haunted House has a completely new show for 2018, and they say it’s their scariest show to date. 

Located inside the Louisiana Boardwalk, Necromanor is open 18 days this season, October dates: 5,6,7,12,13,14,19,20,21,26,27,28,29,30,31. November dates 1,2,3.

Monday October 29 7pm-10pm

Tuesday October 30 7pm-10pm

Wednesday October 31 Halloween 6pm-12am

Thursday Nov 1 7pm-10pm

Fridays Oct 5,12,19,26 Nov 2 7pm-12am

Saturdays Oct 6,13,20,27 Nov 3 6pm-12am

Sundays Oct 7,14,21,28 6pm-10pm

Tickets are $15 online and at the door.

 $5 re-entry available.

Discounts this weekend (October 20, 21) If you’re planning on seeing the new Halloween film this weekend bring your ticket stub by Necromanor and receive $2 off your ticket! Good for this weekend only! Show starts this Friday at 7pm!

The story behind Necromanor:

Welcome to the Necrotic Sideshow! Inside you will find many bizarre and terrifying things designed and created by the proprietor of this

establishment Professor Necross otherwise known as Sawbones. He received his nickname during a stent as a field surgeon in an unpopular war

in which he became proficient in the art of battlefield amputations. Returning home he began to obsess over the idea of reanimating dead tissue. Pioneering several techniques in this field with only limited success he turned to the study of robotics as a possible way to help with the regeneration process.

After some time his combination of reanimated tissues and automatons began to yield undreamed of results, so it was only natural that he would

expand his horizons in the field of genetic research. This brings us to the opening of the Sideshow and the unveiling of his ghastly abominations. 

But why a sideshow? Here are the facts as they were revealed to me. It was while the professor was perfecting his skills, the he 

happened upon a traveling carnival or they happened upon him. Whichever the case may be he decided to see if there was 

anything he could use towards his cause. While making his way through the flea ridden, dust heap of a show he came upon the 

sideshow tent. There were unparalleled grotesqueries to behold inside the tent, and it was at this time my benefactor realized the potential 

for such abominations. Soon after Professor Necross purchased the carnival, he quickly dispatched the clowns save one, the fire breather, the

one called Scorchy  for his obvious talents. He had special plans for this one. He worked his way through the camp using up it’s residents

in his dark and often fatal procedures…

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Joel Rodgers

Joel Rodgers joined RealShreveport.com in January 2018 as a reporter/journalist. Prior to joining our team, Joel spent the previous 5 years as a morning show reporter, entertainment reporter, and sports reporter for a local television station. At 6’5”, he's the tallest reporter in the history of Shreveport, but it’s more than just his height that makes this Shreveport native stand out. His editing skills combined with his love for storytelling makes for a creative and talented addition to the RealShreveport team. After attending and graduating from Evangel Christian Academy, he earned his Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism from Northwestern State University. Joel is very active in the Shreveport community having won several competitions in recent years. In 2017, he danced his way to victory in the annual Susan G. Komen event, “Dancing for the Cure." He’s also won the “Mudbug Madness” Crawfish eating contest in back-to-back years and was named the top celebrity chef at the “Louisiana Food Prize” cooking competition. If you have a story idea, news tip, or just want to say "hey" - you can do so by emailing Joel Rodgers at jrodgers@realshreveport.com

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