Social Justice Warrior Attacks Hanukkah Themed Haunted House

An angry email sent to NYZ Apocalypse expressing concern about the venue’s holiday experience Horrible Hanukkah has drawn confusion to the marketing department and staff.

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Escape the Dark: Horrible Hanukkah's last performance is December 18th.

Photo by: NYZ Apocalypse.

Deer Park, NY - December 14, 2016 - An angry email was sent to NYZ Apocalypse days ago expressing concern about the venue’s holiday experience Horrible Hanukkah that’s drawn confusion for their marketing department and staff.

NYZ Apocalypse has been offering “survival horror experiences” to customers who are looking for something scary to do during the holiday season. The experiences are Christmas and Hanukkah influenced and are all ages.

What is troubling about the email is that it makes demands the show be discontinued and that it is offensive to those who celebrate the Jewish holiday.

When asked about the email, NYZ’s Marketing Director said:

“I’m still confused by the email, I can’t tell if it is a joke or not, but we take every email a seriously as anything. It’s a fun show and there is nothing offensive about celebrating Jewish culture through creativity and that is what the writer did.”



Reviews have been positive for the experience and NYZ plans to continue offering the show for people interested to enjoy. Tickets are on sale now at www.nyzapocalypse.com

Escape the Dark: Horrible Hanukkah's last performance is December 18th.