Welcome to the 366th Annual Convention of Curses – held at Ancient Egypt this year. Practitioners of the dark arts have reunited in this bazaar of exotic oddities, peddling their skills and enchantments for any willing buyer.
About this Scare Zone
Convention of Curses is in a few words, highly entertaining and more fun than scary. It can definitely be described as an upgrade of Bizarre Bazaar. While the nice canopy is gone, the Convention is a lot larger and didn’t have any crowd issues that were very problematic last year.
It is certainly an international convention – we have wizards and witches from all over the world, and a lot more props than scattered coffins and body parts this time (The keen-eyed might recognize minor similarities from last year’s bazaar) Not to mention actually interesting stalls to visit and very strange scare actors to meet. It’s a perfect venue to take (free) photos and interact with the scare actors.
A few steps into the fog and you’ll encounter some mischievous goblins – hoping to pull a few fast tricks and hexes.
The Nightmare Reaper is here to help you with your dreams and nightmares. Even if he didn’t actually help, he’ll throw in a few jokes for free.
Watch the Nightmare Reaper’s antics here:
Need something to be removed permanently? With the power of plants, you can.
The Raven Queen
The gorgeous Raven Queen presides over the Coven Celebration(s), which occurs several times each night. As a powerful goddess, she is intensely worshiped by the Goblins and other attendees roaming around Ancient Egypt, so do not cross her.
Coven Celebration at the Tree of Death
Before the Coven Celebration, there will be a fire acrobatic performance. Yanika and Hiro are back again at Ancient Egypt!
The real ritual is a three-part performance: a ritual dance, a sacrifice, and a full flash-mob number at the end. Watch it now:
The show is not yet over – it has another act: Contact juggling and chinese top spinning.
Other Convention Attendees
There are two schools of magic here (sounds like Hogwarts) but it seems to be competing factions from the Blackart School of Witchcraft and Black Magic.
Witch of the Orient
The Witch of the Orient – purveyor of spiders of all sizes and other apothecary essentials.
Check out this booth if you’d like a live demonstration on how to raise the dead.
An alchemist awaits at the edge of Ancient Egypt, with promises of quick riches.
Of course, the is a price for everything.
Now then, watch the walkthrough video:
And that’s a wrap!
I hope you enjoyed the features and photo tours of Halloween Horror Nights 3! This is the last entry of the HHN3 Event Coverage series. I had a great time covering HHN3 in great detail.
I would like to once again thank Resorts World Sentosa for inviting Dejiki.com to the media preview. That one night gave me to opportunity to document many incredible aspects of the event. It has also significantly helped plan my other photoshoot trips to the park.
Actually, it has been very tiring coming up with all these features – really, people visit the park for fun and I’m there taking photos, for all of you! I guess it’s worth it when readers totally love the HHN series (once again, the response was incredible!). It’s also nice to have the hard work and amazing talents of the Singapore HHN team are properly recognized.
See you in Halloween Horror Nights 4!
The last HHN3 Weekend! Hurry up!
Want to meet more dark arts practitioners? Visit the Convention of Curses at Halloween Horror Nights 3! Get more information about HHN3, including event hours, attractions and ticketing.
Before Dark 1 | Before Dark 2 | First Impressions (HHN3 Sneak Preview)
Halloween Horror Nights 3 (HHN3) Review
Survival Guide: Halloween Horror Nights 3 Tips and Tricks
Sisters of Evil | Forbidden Forest | Attack of the Vampires | Convention of Curses
Possessions | Songs of Death | Adrift
Halloween Horror Nights 2 (2012)
Before Dark 1 | Before Dark 2 | Before Dark 3
HHN2 Trip Report, Review and Tips
Special Features: House of Dolls | Total Lockdown | Bizarre Bazaar | Final Night
Halloween Horror Nights (2011)
Before Nightfall | HHN Trip Report and Review
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