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Nightmare on Tropical Street

To celebrate Halloween, Southville International School and Collages students from AB Communications and Multimedia Arts collaborated to create a huge Halloween night for students, faculty and guests to come in for an evening of horror and mystery on the 27th of October 2017, on the third floor of the tropical building.

Organized by Ms. Myles’ fourth year Communications and Multimedia Arts students for their Multimedia Business class, there were several types of activities with different themes to keep the guests on their toes for Php300 for all of the activities. “The Little Girl” was organized by the communication 4 students, where guests go into a creepy house haunted by a little girl’s spirit. “The Asylum” is a room set up with several mental patients, and you have to find your way through the room avoiding the mental patients. “Room 303” was set up so that guests are left in a room with a serial killer, but the challenge is that they are chained to a wall, and must find a way to escape. The Amazing scare was said to be the evening favourite. Guests come across a dead body with clues next to them, and order to escape the maze, they must enter the maze to find the key and take a picture of who they think is the killer. If they take a picture of the wrong person, however you will be chased in the maze without a way out!