It’s Friday the 13th – Do You Feel Lucky?

Friday13BlackSo, that special day of the week is coming around again, Friday the 13th. Are you feeling lucky? Sure, it’s probably just mere superstition, however, paraskevidekatriaphobia, or fear of Friday the 13th, affects people the world over, leading to responses ranging from mild dread to full blown panic attack whenever the two dates shall clash.

Should you be afraid? Just because the 13th guest at the Last Supper was Judas, the disciple who betrayed Jesus, and the Code of Hammurabi omits the 13th law for fear of it’s being evil, hey, who’s to say that’s bad?

Most hotels and many high rise buildings around the world have opted to skip the 13th floor. Traditionally, doomed prisoners climbed 13 steps to the gallows. And an old superstition says that those with 13 letters in their name are doomed to a life of misery. Think Charles Manson, Jack the Ripper, Jeffrey Dahmer, Theodore Bundy and Albert De Salvo. Apollo 13 was the only moon mission which failed, with near disastrous consequences. Still feeling lucky?

On Friday, Aug. 13, 2010, a 13-year-old boy was struck by lightning at 1:13 p.m. — that’s 13:13 hundred hours, in Suffolk, England. According to Rex Clarke, a St. John Ambulance team leader, “Suddenly there was this huge crack of lightening really close to the seafront and really loud thunder. Seconds later we got a call someone had been hit. The boy was breathing and was conscious.” The boy had only a minor burn. Clarke said, “It’s all a bit strange that he was 13, and it happened at 13:13 on Friday 13.”

History is filled with tales of horrific happenings that have occurred on Friday the 13th, such as the date of two fatal plane crashes, Friday October 13, 1972. Not only did the infamous Swiss rugby team end up battling for survival in the Andes (think “Alive”), but a much larger flight crashed that same day near Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport, killing all 174 passengers and crew.

While you may be tempted to stay home and curl up in bed in order to avoid the ravages of this unlucky day, history has proven that there is no safe place when Friday the 13th rolls around. Witness an unfortunate gentleman by the name of Daz Baxter, who attempted to bury his head beneath the blankets of his bed on Friday, August 13th, 1976 to avoid any possible peril. He was killed that day when the floor of his apartment building collapsed.

So what is there to do? Why not venture out, seize the bull by the horns, look fate in the eye and laugh like a maniac! Come on down to Cutting Edge Haunted House in Fort Worth and show the world you’re not afraid of any silly old superstitions! Laugh in the face of peril! Embrace the dark side! Open this Friday the 13th. We’ll keep the lights out for you…

It’s Friday the 13th – So What’s in a Number?

MaskWhy are we so afraid of Friday the 13th?  What makes it so different from Thursday the 12th, or Wednesday, the 11th?  Perhaps it simply stems from our fear of the unknown.  Up until the age of 12, our world is fairly finite.  We’re children.  We have a home and family. We think we know it all.  And then — that 13th year of life, things begin to happen.  We start growing hair in places we didn’t know it could grow.  Voices change.  Body parts metamorphose.  Hormones start to ricochet and we become that most terrifying creature of all, a teenager.

We’re simply conditioned to be afraid of the number 13.  Everything comes in 10s and 12s.  A dozen of something is good; 13, not so good.  Sometimes bad things happen and we just can’t explain why.  And that makes us afraid.  Maybe it will happen to me.  Maybe it will happen on Friday the 13th.

Instead of fearing the day, embrace it.  Go to the pound and adopt a black cat.  Black cats are euthanized all the time because few people want to adopt them.  Black dogs, although not considered particularly unlucky, share a similar fate, so how about making Friday the 13th the luckiest day of their life for some deserving fuzzy companion?

Throw a Friday the 13th party and serve Bloody Mary’s, show Friday the 13th movies and hold a séance to contact deceased relatives.  Dig out your old Ouija board and interrogate the spirit world.  Order a pizza and answer the door wearing a goalie mask when the delivery guy shows up.

Or if you just don’t feel that creative or motivated, don’t worry; we gotcha covered.  Come on down to Cutting Edge Haunted house for a Friday the 13th evening that nightmares are made of.  What better way to celebrate than laughing and screaming till you cry and wet your pants?  Why just watch scary movies when you can be right in the middle of one?  And don’t forget to bring a change of underwear…

Are You Afraid of Friday the 13th?

Top 10 Reasons Why Cutting Edge Haunted House is the Safest Place to Be this Friday the 13th

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If you’re inclined at all to be superstitious, you’re probably feeling a little anxious about the upcoming occurrence of Friday the 13th this weekend.  You’ve got paraskavidekatriaphobia, or fear of Friday the 13th; what should you do?  Should you call in sick to work?  That might get you fired, and that WOULD be unlucky.  Should you carry a lucky rabbit’s foot, wear your lucky underwear, carry a salt shaker, eat a clove of garlic for breakfast?  Sure, why not do all those things — except the garlic might be a little beyond the pale, but the rest won’t hurt.  But come nightfall, rather than hiding under your bed and waiting for the bell to toll midnight, we’d like to tell you why Cutting Edge Haunted House is the safest place you could spend your evening on Friday the 13th.  He’s our top ten reasons:

10.  No black cats, ladders to walk under, mirrors to break or cracks to step on.

9.  Our mummies all wear OSHA-approved fire-retardant wraps.

8.  Monsta Hearse has monsta-sized airbags.

7.  Our werewolves get annual rabies and distemper vaccinations.

6.  All of our zombies undergo regular chainsaw safety training.

5.  No faulty flight controls, exploding oxygen tanks or snoozing pilots involved.

4.  Likelihood of a tsunami: zero.

3.   No lead-based paint or Chinese drywall used on the premises.

2.  No one will shoot you for making too much noise or throwing popcorn.

1.  Studies show that 77% of accident-related injuries happen in the home, so GET OUT OF THERE! Save yourself, and come on down to Cutting Edge Haunted House in Fort Worth, where we take every precaution before SCARING YOU TO DEATH!

 

 

Top Ten Reasons to Bring Your Sweetheart to Cutting Edge Haunted House This Valentine’s Weekend

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As IF you needed a reason to load up the pickup and mosey on out to Cutting Edge Haunted House in Fort Worth this weekend, we’ve got not just one, but ten good reasons!

10. It’s cheaper than a box of candy and a dozen roses — have you seen the price of flowers lately?

9. It’s Friday the 13th weekend combined with Valentine’s Day; you might as well face all your fears at once.

8. She said she wanted a romantic candlelit evening — you can’t get more romantic than this!

7. You’re not likely to be embarrassed by any sappy proposals or over-the-top romantic gestures.

6. She’s always complaining you never take her anywhere that doesn’t involve an ice chest and a jon boat.

5. The Super Bowl is over and football season doesn’t start back up for six more months.

4. Chainsaw fumes are a known aphrodisiac.

3. If you don’t make Valentine’s Day plans quick — SHE will! (Remember last year? Nuff said!)

2. The “Tunnel of Love” lasts less than five minutes; this is a whole HOUR of groping each other in the darkness…

1. It’s the weekend and we’re open — do you need any more than that?!

So come on out for some Twisted Love, Friday and Saturday nights from 8 to 10 p.m. Buy your tickets online with the promo code “Twisted 33” and get $5 off!

Friday the 13th and Valentine’s Day; a Clash of Horrors

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As if Valentine’s Day weren’t fraught with enough perils and booby-traps for the hapless, lovelorn and completely clueless, this year it follows yet another day of dread and danger, Friday the 13th! To save you from making any grievous blunders on this frightful clash of pernicious tidings, we’ve compiled a short list of things to avoid, aside from the obvious black cats, walking under ladders, stepping on cracks and appearing on reality television shows.

First of all, stay off the computer. Resist the temptation to send your beloved one of those cutesy animated greeting cards. If your computer is infected with the legendary “Friday the 13th” virus, every program you attempt to run on Friday the 13th will be deleted rather than activated. First detected in Jerusalem in 1987 and also known as the “Jerusalem virus,” this program can hibernate undetected for years until the unlucky user inadvertently trips it on a Friday the 13th.

Most definitely DO NOT propose or tie the knot. According to old English folklore dating back to the 1800s, “A couple married on a Friday are doomed to a cat and dog life.” If that isn’t enough to convince you, try surfing around the Internet on the subject. You’ll find a plethora of YouTube videos and tales of woe around marriage proposals gone awry and weddings absolutely decimated on Friday the 13th; and don’t think Valentine’s Day will save you!

Don’t buy lingerie for your sweetie. With the collision of Valentine’s Day and Friday the 13th, it’s more likely to buy you a truckload of woe than a scintilla of affection, when it turns out to be the wrong size (too big or too little — either one is just as bad) or worse, she finds it in your closet and you’ve already removed the tags…

In fact, maybe you should just avoid the whole love-fest thing altogether. Seriously, any romantic Valentine’s Day plans have a strong possibility of backfiring this ill-fated weekend. This would be a good time to leave town; take a trip, just make yourself incognito until the whole thing blows over.

However, if you have a desire to take charge of your own destiny, to look danger in the eye and toss your head back and laugh like a deranged maniac, if you just can’t figure out what to get for your beloved Valentine, we have just the thing! Go online now and get your tickets for a fright to remember, an evening of Twisted Love at Cutting Edge Haunted House, where the screams are delicious and the ambiance is just to die for!

Friday the 13th AND Valentine’s Day at the Cutting Edge!

BloodyHeart2It’s official!  Cutting Edge Haunted House will be open for Friday the 13th and Valentine’s Day this February, in a special two-night presentation that will make you sit up and slap your mummy!

That’s right, folks, there’s no place more romantic than the Cutting Edge Haunted House for a Valentine’s Fright to Remember, and no better way to make your sweetheart cling to you like a wet T-shirt.

We’ll have candle light, black roses, chainsaws and more to get your heart pumping and your fear-amones flowing.

And, if you’re really brave, if you really want to tempt fate and dance with the devil, you’ll get your tickets now for the Friday night performance.  You guessed it, it’s Friday the 13th of February, 2015!  It’s hairy!  It’s scary!  It’s creepy and freaky!  It’s the most fun you’ll ever have on a Friday night with your clothes on!  So what are you waiting for?  Don’t delay — get your tickets online and come and be our guest for the evening — we devil-dog dare you!

 

Have a Howling Good Time at the Cutting Edge

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If the boss has been on your back at work, your better half has been salting your Cheerios, the roof is leaking, the washing machine’s broke, the car is making funny noises, your dog ran away and you just can’t shake the feeling that the universe is out to get you lately, then shake it all off and come out to the Cutting Edge Friday night to howl at the moon!

That’s right, the only Friday the 13th in 2014 coincides with June’s full moon, and the Cutting Edge is going all out with a Howl at the Moon party that’s guaranteed to make you forget the rest of the year so far. There’ll be werewolves and vampires, zombies and ghouls and more scary clowns than you can shake a chainsaw at, not to mention awesome music and mind-blowing special effects to beat the zombie marching band.

This is your chance to shake a fist at the universe, let your hair down, put your head back and howl at the moon like it’s 2049, which is the next time we’ll see a full moon on a Friday the 13th! So hide all the mirrors, stuff a handful of salt and a lucky rabbits foot into your pockets, scarf a garlic meatball sub and boogie on down to the Cutting Edge this Friday night for the greatest fearfest Fort Worth has ever seen. If you miss this one, you’ll have to wait another 35 years, and the Cutting Edge isn’t suited for walkers and wheelchairs!

It’s not too late to get your tickets online! Use the promo code “Friday” and save $5!

Full Moon on Friday the 13th: Are YOU Superstitious?

CEHH - Friday the 13th - Full Moon copyThe Full Moon of June will fall on Friday the 13th! This is a very rare event, the next time the Full Moon will fall on Friday the 13th will be in 2049! Are you Superstitious?

Do you cross the street when you see a black cat? Do you scrupulously avoid walking underneath any type of ladder? Are you always looking at your feet in order to miss the cracks in the sidewalk? Did you get a feeling of profound dread the last time you broke a mirror?

Folklore from all around the world is rife with superstitions, some of them quite peculiar. Did you know that many Turkish people believe that if you chew gum after sunset, you’re actually chewing the flesh of the dead?

Did you know that if you give gloves as a present, you must also receive a gift in return, or both giver and recipient will be plagued with bad tidings?

If you pass a graveyard in Japan, be sure to tuck in your thumbs to protect your parents. The word for thumb in Japanese translates as “parent-finger,” and so by tucking it in when passing a graveyard or in the presence of a hearse, you protect your parents from death.

What do you call a flock of crows? Not a flock, a murder. That’s the term for a group of crows. Next time you see a murder of crows, count how many are there to determine your luck. “One’s bad, two’s luck, three’s health, four’s wealth, five’s sickness, six is death. More than six? A murder, I guess…

Got poo? In Russia, getting torpedoed by a pigeon – or any other kind of bird, is considered to be a sign of impending good fortune. The more the poo, the more the money. Show us the poo!

Why do we knock on wood? Anytime you acknowledge your good fortune, you’re thought to be tempting fate. Ancient peoples believed that good spirits lived in trees, and so by knocking on wood you’re calling on those spirits for protection.

Mirror, mirror. Some people believe that mirrors are capable of capturing your soul when you look into them. And if you break one, all of those captured souls will bring you bad fortune.

If superstitions rule your life, you might want to think twice about coming out to the Cutting Edge Haunted House in Fort Worth this Friday the 13th!

Not only is it considered by many to be a very unlucky pairing of day and date, this Friday the 13th will also signal the rising of June’s full moon. From tales of werewolves and vampires to just plain old wives tales, the full moon carries a load of superstitious baggage all its own.

Many of those who work in police and emergency services will swear that a full moon brings much more activity than any other night, including a rise in crime rate and violence. Some believe that the full moon brings out inner madness in those who are susceptible. One thing is sure; a full moon means more light, so more people are likely to be out on the street, including more criminals who use the lunar glow to aid them in their nefarious activities.

Speaking of the moon, did you know the moon has “moonquakes” registering up to 5.5 on the Richter scale? They can last as long as 10 minutes, and according to NASA, cause the moon to “ring like a bell.”

Shadows on the moon are also darker than those on Earth, due to a lack of atmosphere. When taking those legendary first strolls on the moon’s surface, astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin found that whatever the sun did not shine upon directly was pitch black. Just stepping into a shadow caused them to lose sight of their own feet.

Party like it’s 2049

If you like creepy sensations, getting scared out of your wits and maybe even tempting fate just a little, come on out to Cutting Edge this Friday for a Full Moon Fearfest! We’ve got all the blood sucking vampires, brain-eating zombies and flesh-ripping werewolves you could ever ask for – and a whole lot more! Don’t miss this rare combination of Friday the 13th, the full moon and a rip-roaring, all-out Cutting Edge Haunted House throwdown. There won’t be another one until the year 2049! Buy tickets online with promo code “Friday” and receive $5 off!

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Friday the 13th at Cutting Edge Haunted House!

da1b0f58a40bcacfad9f61c5d61efad6In some cultures, Friday is considered unlucky. This is especially true for sailors — a long-enduring superstition holds that it bodes ill to begin a voyage on a Friday. Friday the 13th is considered to be especially unlucky, due to the conjunction of Friday with the unlucky number 13, sometimes referred to as “Black Friday.”

Heavy metal pioneers Black Sabbath took a chance back in 1970 and released their debut album on Friday, February 13th, striking another kind of metal – gold. The album reached number eight on the UK Album Chart, and went on to reach number 23 on the U.S. Billboard 200, remaining there for over a year and selling a million copies. The original songs on that album? Black Sabbath, The Wizard, Behind the Wall of Sleep, N.I.B., Evil Woman, Sleeping Village and Warning.

An English rock band originally going by the name of Earth, Black Sabbath was formed in Birmingham in 1968, by guitarist and main songwriter Tony Iommi, bassist and main lyricist Geezer Butler, singer Ozzy Osbourne, and drummer Bill Ward. What inspired these guys to incorporate occult themes with horror-inspired lyrics and tuned-down guitars during an era dominated by flower power, folk music and hippie culture? It all started with a movie. One night Geezer Butler observed people lining up outside the cinema across the street to see the newly released 1963 Mario Bava film, Black Sabbath, starring Boris Karloff. Noting that it was “strange that people spend so much money to see scary movies,” he was inspired to collaborate with Ozzy Osbourne on the lyrics for the song, Black Sabbath.

Drawing from the work of horror and adventure-story writer Dennis Wheatley, the song partly comes from a vision Butler had of a black silhouetted figure standing at the foot of his bed. The song features the musical tritone, also known as the “Devil’s Interval,” and its dark lyrics and ominous nature took the band in a much darker direction. Judas Priest front man Rob Halford pronounced the track “probably the most evil song ever written.” Inspired by the new sound, the band changed their name to Black Sabbath in August 1969, and the rest is history. Over the years, band members have come and gone, with the exception of main songwriter Tony Iommi, who remains with the band today. Black Sabbath’s 19th studio album, featuring three of the original members, was released in June of 2013, and is titled simply, 13.

Cutting Edge Haunted House in Fort Worth has a profound appreciation for the music of Black Sabbath and other heavy metal bands. We like to think they would truly appreciate our awesome stereo and sound tracks, macabre, twisted tableaus and totally insane visual effects. We’ll be opening Friday, for anyone brave enough to tempt fate, the way Black Sabbath did so many years ago!

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Friday the 13th: Famous or Infamous History

downloadFriday the 13th: Famous or Infamous History.. Here are a few fun facts that you may not know about the history of Friday the 13th.

Remember that Ethan Hawke movie, “Alive,” about the plane crash, where the survivors were forced to eat the flesh of the passengers who died in the crash? That was based on a true story! The plane was carrying a rugby team from Uruguay to Santiago, Chile when it crashed in the Andes Mountains with 45 crew and passengers on board. When they were finally rescued two months later, only 16 remained alive. The date of the crash? Friday, October 13, 1972.

All you can count on is death and taxes — who said that? It was Benjamin Franklin, only he phrased it thus: “Everything appears to promise that it will last; but in this world nothing is certain but death and taxes.” And he was waxing melancholy on Friday, November 13, 1789.

Blitzkrieg! During Hitler’s strategic WWII bombing campaign, five German bombs hit Buckingham Palace, destroying the Palace Chapel on Friday, September 13, 1940.

Friday the 13th just doesn’t seem to be a good day to fly. In the summer of 1952, a Swedish military DC-3 with an eight-man crew disappeared over international waters in the Baltic Sea, never to be seen again. Two Catalina rescue planes searched for the plane, and subsequently one was fired on by Soviet forces, leading to the designation, the “Catalina Affair.” Many years later in 1991, the Soviet Air Force admitted to having shot down the ill-fated DC-3 on Friday, June 13th of 1952.

Arguably the first big computer virus was unleashed on Friday, January 13, 1989, infecting hundreds of IBM computers across Great Britain, wiping out program files and causing considerable anxiety and even panic. What was it? The “Friday the 13th Virus,” of course.

Black Friday! Back in October of 1989, the Dow Jones plummeted 190.58 points in one day. Although today that drop wouldn’t even make the top ten of large drops, at the time it was the second largest drop ever. And that was on Friday, October 13th. They called it the “Friday the 13th Mini-Crash.”
Famous people born on Friday the 13th include Samuel Beckett – April 13, 1906, Margaret Thatcher – October 13, 1923, Fidel Castro – August 13, 1926, actor Steve Buscemi (the creepy guy from Fargo) – December 13, 1957 — and — Mary-Kate and Ashley, the Olsen twins, were born on Friday, June 13, 1986.

Had he survived, Master of the Macabre Alfred Hitchcock would have celebrated his 100th birthday on Friday, August 13, 1999.

Cutting Edge Haunted House in Fort Worth, Texas pays homage to this great day by opening up every Friday the 13th of the year. Don’t miss this one, otherwise, you’ll have to wait for Halloween!

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Fear of Friday the 13th: Do You Have Friggatriskaidekaphobia?

14f3f9204323863adbbbf89fad9161d3If so, then you’re not alone. According to the Stress Management Center and Phobia Institute in Ashville, North Carolina, nearly 21 million people in the United States are fearful of Friday the 13th.

What’s with the funny name? The day Friday was named after Frigga, a Norse goddess, and triskaidekaphobia is fear of the number 13. It’s also called Paraskevidekatriaphobia, which breaks down to Paraskevi, the Greek word for Friday, and dekaitreis, also Greek for — you guessed it, 13.

So what’s the big deal about Friday the 13th? According to Wikipedia, this superstition didn’t really pop up until the late 19th century. The earliest known documented reference comes from a biography of Italian Composer Gioachino Rossini by Henry Sutherland Edwards in 1869, which says of the composer’s passing:

“He was surrounded to the last by admiring friends; and if it be true that, like so many Italians, he regarded Fridays as an unlucky day and thirteen as an unlucky number, it is remarkable that on Friday 13th of November he passed away.”

While the Friday the 13th superstition may be relatively recent, the bad juju surrounding the number 13 goes all the way back to the Last Supper. It was, after all, the 13th guest who betrayed Jesus, who was then crucified on the following day – a Friday. Coincidence? We think not.

Since that time, having (or being) a 13th guest at any sort of affair is considered quite unlucky. Mark Twain was once the 13th guest at a dinner party. Warned by a friend not to go, he later reported to the man: “It was bad luck. They only had food for 12.”

President Franklin D. Roosevelt refused to ever host 13 guests at a meal (or to travel on the 13th day of the month). Both Napoleon and President Herbert Hoover were also triskaidekaphobic, with an abnormal fear of the number 13.

In Paris, if you’re stuck with 13 diners, you can always hire a quatorzieme, or professional 14th guest.

Airports often do not have a Gate 13, and endeavor to leave out the number 13 in anything to do with their operations. It is the real estate industry, however, that has played perhaps the most significant role in perpetuating the myth of unlucky 13 by deliberately skipping the 13th floor designation in many buildings. As many as 85% of the world’s high rises don’t have a 13th floor, according to the records of Otis Elevators. After all, how do you lease a 13th floor to a company whose employees — and clients — may have qualms about riding an elevator up to Suite 1300?

Then again, if you’re actually on the 13th floor and a fire breaks out, only it’s reported to the fire department as the 14th floor, and the boys in red arrive and count up 14 floors from the outside and proceed to try to rescue you, how unlucky is that?

Some people are so frightened of Friday the 13th that they refuse to go to work or even leave the house on that day, leading to a loss of $800 million to $900 million in business revenues each time the unlucky combination is perpetuated. Staying home or even staying in bed will not save you if your number is up. On Friday, August 13 of 1976, a New Yorker by the name of Daz Baxter endeavored to avoid disaster by staying home in bed. The floor of his apartment block collapsed in and he plummeted six stories to his death.

So you might as well come on out to Cutting Edge Haunted House in Fort Worth, and show the reaper you’re not afraid! 

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Last Chance to Vote!

This Friday the 13th of December is your final chance to vote in the Scare Somebody video contest sponsored by Cutting Edge Haunted House in Fort Worth!

To vote, go to the Cutting Edge Facebook page and follow the link to vote for your favorite. There’s $10,000 at stake here, so make your vote count!

And for a REAL scare, come to Cutting Edge for a very special Nightscare Before Christmas, Friday the 13th from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. Buy your tickets online and get $5 off with the promo code “Snowman.”

Come and make merry – or make scary, that is, with a colorful cast of characters you won’t see dancing the Nutcracker Suite anytime soon. There’ll be plenty of red and green decorations – well red, anyway, caroling (or screaming – what’s the difference), joy and laughter and goodwill toward zombies.

Tis the season for giving, so give yourself a delightful fright at the Cutting Edge this Friday, and we guarantee, that won’t be Jack Frost that’s nipping at your nose!

Dashing through the Dark at the Cutting Edge

Cutting Edge Haunted House in Fort Worth is ready to Jingle your Bells this Friday the 13th!

Forget sugarplums, candy canes, cheery Christmas music and sickly sweet smiles. Let the real SPIRIT of Christmas send shivers up and down your spine at Cutting Edge Haunted House this Friday the 13th of December at a very special Nightscare Before Christmas extravaganza!

And as you’re dashing through the dark, don’t forget to hum our little Christmas ditty, sung to the tune of Jingle Bells:

Dashing through the dark
Overwhelmed by fear,
See the chainsaws spark
Cutting Edge is here!
Hear the zombies play
A frightful melody
How they love to chase us all
In four part harmony!

Oh!
Cutting Edge, Cutting Edge,
We’re so glad you’re back!
We can’t wait to run and scream
And have a heart attack!

Oh!
Cutting Edge, Cutting Edge,
Scare us till we cry!
Haunt our nightmares and our dreams
Until the day we die!

Though it’s very dark,
I’m sure we’ll be okay.
But something touched my arm,
In a really creepy way!
We’re surrounded now,
There’s Zombies everywhere,
I’m so glad I thought to bring
A change of underwear!

Oh!
Cutting Edge, Cutting Edge,
We’re so glad you’re back!
We can’t wait to run and scream
And have a heart attack!

Oh!
Cutting Edge, Cutting Edge,
Scare us till we cry!
Haunt our nightmares and our dreams
Until the day we die!

Remember, nothing screams Christmas like a bloody corpse on a meathook!