A horror house deemed too vulgar closes its doors at the Village Québécois d'Antan

A horror house deemed too vulgar is closing its doors in the Village Québé cois d’Antan

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The Village Québécois d'Antan located in Drummondville, in the Centre-du-Québec region, decided to close its horror house Hôtel 31 du Village Haunted on Thursday because of its concept which shocked several visitors.  

“The concept of this house addressed taboo subjects such as sexuality, sadism and vulgarity in order to surprise customers with discomfort. We are aware that this may have shocked visitors,” the Village said in a Facebook post on Thursday.

“Some opinions reported that this could be degrading for the image of women and know that the [Village Québécois d'Antan] absolutely does not endorse not that,” it was clarified.

Patrick Oligny visited the Village a week ago and experienced this horror house.

“As you walk in, there is a video where you see a man and a woman having sex. In the next room, an actress is standing in front of us, topless with a sex toy in her hands. Then there is another actress, her hands tied in the air with an actor next to her giving her very light whippings. The visit lasts a maximum of two minutes,” he said.

A horror house deemed too vulgar is closing its doors in the Village Québécois d’Antan

A house of horrors deemed too vulgar is closing its doors at the Village Québécois d’ Yesteryear

A house of horror deemed too vulgar closes its doors at the Village Québécois d’Antan

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A house of horror deemed too vulgar closes its doors at the Village Québécois d’Antan

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A horror house deemed too vulgar is closing its doors in the Village Québécois d’ Yesteryear

  • screenshots | TVA Nouvelles

A house of horror deemed too vulgar closes its doors at the Village Québécois d’Antan

  • screenshots | VAT News

A horror house deemed too vulgar is closing its doors at the Village Québécois d’ Yesteryear

  • screenshots | TVA Nouvelles

A house of horror deemed too vulgar closes its doors at the Village Québécois d’Antan

  • screenshots | TVA Nouvelles

“I was destabilized and uneasy, but I liked it, it was what I was looking for and I was warned. There were warning signs as well as a person at the entrance checking IDs to make sure people 17 and under wouldn't have access,” the visitor added. /p>

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While the Village d'Antan ended up withdrawing this concept, the Haunted Village was maintained for the next three weekends.

-With information from Jasmin Dumas, TVA Nouvelles