Inside Story: Fright night
Shaking up grown adults mightn't seem like a great way to shake them down for cash, but a few have made it their gory business writes Oliver Callan.
A gaggle of teenagers begin to huddle as a sense of foreboding overtakes the mood. Distant screams and deep thunderous groans reverberate from inside the gloom of the centuries-old warehouse. A wan-faced girl at the head of the queue asks a security guard: “How do
you get out?” He shrugs nonchalantly. “There is no way out,” he says, before ushering the petrified mob into the darkness.
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