Based on the classic ghost story "The Toll House," Psycho Clan's new immersive horror experience takes place in complete darkness.
From the show:
Can’t See is a new immersive horror theater experience from Timothy Haskell and Paul Smithyman, original members of Psycho Clan. Inspired by the W.W. Jacobs classic ghost story, The Toll House, I Can’t See is experienced in complete darkness. As you arrive you are greeted by the Optecs team who wire you up and “download” the experience into your mind. You are there to challenge your own courage by becoming a character in own horror story. You will find your way through this intense and terrifying experience while wearing audio headsets and reaching for the “umbilicals” to help guide you. As you listen, the physical world is manifested in real time as things happen in the story. I Can’t See is a sensory assault, using all senses except sight.
"Everyone involved is sweet, the guiding hands are soft (at least mine were), and the…experience…is less chilly than the weather outside. Unless you're claustrophobic…you, like me, may find 'I Can't See' more quietly amusing than soil-your-pants creepy. Not quite the desired effect, I'd say."
"'I Can't See' reminds me of those DIY 'haunted houses' you might have created as a kid…even smells come into play. But for some reason, only the gross ones...Psycho Clan would be good to remember that their audience-who are blindfolded-might be more vulnerable than they would imagine."