Creepyworld needs zombies.
The "screampark" has nine different and unique haunts and claims to be the biggest haunted attraction in Missouri. Halloween Productions is co-owned by Jim Kelly and Larry Kirchner, who also own The Darkness in Soulard and The Haunting of Lemp Brewery, which is inside (and underneath) the actual historic brewery in St. Louis.
If you want to join the actors who go bump in the night, auditions are being held on Tuesday and Friday for Creepyworld at 6 p.m. at 1400 South Old Highway 141.
Actors are not required to bring a costume to the audition, but if you have one or can do impressive makeup, you are welcome try out in character. All actors should bring an ID and their best scare face.
Creepyworld is also hiring parking lot attendants, security, animation repair workers as well as monsters and zombies.
This year Creepyworld will add paint guns to the haunted hay ride and allow customers to shoot the zombies.
Creepyworld's attractions include the Drive Inn 666, Ravens Mansion, Hornbuckles Pig Farm and Corn Maze, Silo-X, Twisted Torture 3D, Demons Dominion, Grisly's Gore Zone and the Zombie Town themed haunted hayride.