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Stay The Night At ‘The Texas Chain Saw Massacre’ House This March

It looks like fans of the original horror classic The Texas Chain Saw Massacre will be in for a special treat this March. It’s been revealed that Kenny Caperton’s “On-Set Cinema” will be placing a screening for the iconic 1974 horror film in the actual house used for The Texas Chain Saw Massacre that now belongs in Kingsland, Texas.

The screening will begin on Sunday, March 29 and Monday, March 30, 2020, according to Bloody-Disgusting. Although only a limited number of fans will be allowed to attend the event. However, fans that are able to make it to the event will also be allowed to spend the night in the house.

Here’s what Kenny Caperton had to say:

“I will be setting up a TV inside the room where the infamous dining room scene took place and we’ll have a Texas Chain Saw-a-thon all night long! …we can watch the original on repeat, or the entire series from start to finish …OR just skip everything and watch The Next Generation over and over again. Fans will be able to hang out and sleep wherever they want inside the house …in the hallway where we first see Leatherface emerge from the doorway and smash Kirk in the head with the sledgehammer, or in the room that was filled with bones and chicken feathers discovered by Pam just before she gets snatched up and hung on the hook, or even upstairs where Sally finds Grandpa in the rocking chair. There will also be games (horror games, board games, video games, etc) and of course a BBQ dinner with headcheese on the side! So fill up your chainsaws and get ready to join the family!”

In order to attend the event you must be age 21 or older and pay the admission cost of $475. The event includes one overnight stay at the iconic house where check in will be held at 4:00 PM and then guests will check out at noon the next day. The event will feature games, film showings, a BBQ dinner, drinks, snacks, and even a goodie bag from On Set Cinema. Guests are also expected to bring their own sleeping arrangements such as blankets and pillows, and while the house does have restrooms – there aren’t any showers available.

You can purchase tickets for the event at the iconic Texas Chain Saw Massacre house here, and remember only 13 people are allowed per night.

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