You would normally run a mile from these ghoulish figures...
But Magna is hoping the blood-curdling zombies will draw in the crowds.
The result of human experiments gone wrong, trapped underground in the terrifying Bunker 13, these creatures have taken to gnawing on human flesh. Will you be next?
A new attraction at Magna Science Adventure Centre in Templeborough, Rotherham, takes visitors into the nightmare world of a forgotten Cold War facility where anything can happen.
Bunker 13 - a world of hideous creatures and macabre experiments gone wrong - has just opened at Magna and will run until October 31.
More than 20 live actors, detailed sets and special effects promise a whole new level of horror, with sound and lighting effects building the fear.
Gary Crompton, creative director of G&G Entertainment, who created the attraction, said: “This year we are taking the terror underground and your fear to new depths.
“On a larger scale than our previous scare attraction Hybrid-X, Bunker 13 will include more themed locations, pitch black corridors and hideous creatures to hunt you down.”
Magna’s managing director Matthew Beck said: “We are all very excited to welcome the G&G Entertainment team back for a second year.
“Last year’s attraction was a huge success and has recently been awarded a finalist for Best Tourism Experience at the White Rose Awards.”
Small children can also enjoy a spooky Halloween adventure with a treasure hunt inside the mysterious Bunker 13.
And for the bravest of souls, a special over-18s scare night will be held on Friday, October 28, and Saturday, October 29.
For the over-18s event, open until midnight, people are invited to attend in fancy dress, although no masks or props will be allowed inside Bunker 13.
n Visit www.bunker13-live.co.uk/prices.php to book tickets.
n Meet the winner of The Star Halloween story competition and read some of stories: See Class Act on Tuesday.
n Halloween events: P16-17