Chambers of Poe 

The Chambers of Edgar Allan Poe (1100 Santa Fe, 816-474-3845) is the thinking man's house of horrors. The terrifying yet very erudite facility translates the writing of American author Edgar Allan Poe into the idiom of "chambers," which are like rooms, only way scarier. Built around such popular pathological terrors as claustrophobia (fear of enclosed spaces), taphophobia (fear of being buried alive) and ornithophobia (fear of nihilistic ravens), the Chambers of Edgar Allan Poe doesn't forget the tight corners and enclosed spaces of a traditional spook house.

— Chris Packham


Fridays, 7:30 p.m.; Saturdays, 7 p.m. Starts: Oct. 1. Continues through Nov. 13, 2010

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