Farm shock for presenter Jonathan Ross

Pictured: Jonathan Ross encounters the sinister mime artists in Twisted, one of the six Hallowe'en attractions at the Tulleys farm Shocktober Fest Scream Park. Photo: Stephen Candy
Pictured: Jonathan Ross encounters the sinister mime artists in Twisted, one of the six Hallowe'en attractions at the Tulleys farm Shocktober Fest Scream Park. Photo: Stephen Candy

TELEVISION presenter Jonathan Ross and his family dropped in to visit a Shocktober Fest Scream Park at Tulleys Farm at Turners Hill on Saturday.

Farm owner Stuart Beare said:“I don’t know who got the biggest fright - Jonathan or our monsters who got the shock of their lives when they set out to scare the next group of visitors only to discover they had jumped out on Jonathan Ross!”

Jonathan, his wife Jane Goldman and their children went through the six attractions at the Scream Park, which claims to be the biggest Hallowe’en attraction in the UK and has been voted best Hallowe’en attraction for the last two years running.

In ‘Hell-ements’ the Ross party had bags put over their heads to go through the attraction where visitors have to follow a rope through the scary attraction and encounter water, wind and a dramatic fire finale.

They were set upon by clowns and sinister mime artists in ‘Twisted’, and took a ride on the ‘Haunted Hayride.’

The Scream Park is open until November 3.