Was the Exorcist not scary enough for you? Do you often find yourself screaming survival tips at the television while watching The Walking Dead? Do you thrive off of adrenaline in stressful situations (while simultaneously enjoying it)? If you answered yes to all of these, you are probably the type of person who laughs in the face of danger. Congratulations, that quality puts you at an advantage in the Great Horror Campout. What’s that, you may ask? It’s as if all of the bloodthirsty characters from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Hills Have Eyes, House of 1000 Corpses and The Descent were isolated in one secluded setting and throwing a “party.” Now imagine yourself crashing that party with the intent of winning a scavenger hunt. It’s challenging, chilling and terrifyingly awesome. The 12-hour camping event begins at 8 p.m. at Vierra Farms (3010 Burrows Avenue, West Sacramento) and concludes at 8 a.m., during which time you will be confronted with a multitude of activities and a variety of scare-levels. The best part about the experience? You get to create your own adventure. The brave can opt for the black, orange, green or red zones. If you choose to camp in one of these areas, prepare to be kidnapped, caged, sacrificed, taunted and chased all night long as you complete your scavenger hunt; these areas are considered “fair game” to the camp’s creatures. The yellow zone, however, is for those choosing to opt out of the scavenger hunt, but includes just as many adventurous possibilities as the others. Some of which include watching horror movies, telling ghost stories, roasting marshmallows, arts-and-crafts and participating in campfire sing-a-longs. The event tickets range from $99 to $139, depending upon your tent size (which are provided) and can be bought online at Greathorrorcampout.com. Your ticket price includes parking, food, lodging and prizes, amongst other things. You have two dates to chose from, July 18 or 19, but get your tickets soon! Tip for the wise: bring extra underpants… you’ll probably get more scared than you think.