Hangman’s House of Horrors Invites Graffiti and Street Art Festival Attendees to Investigate the Mysterious Shipping Container

FORT WORTH, TX, March 05, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ — We are sure you have heard about Box Office Warehouse Suites, Fort Worth’s first business park made entirely out of converted shipping containers, but sources hint there is more to that story.

This business park has used over 150 recycled shipping containers and turned them into business buildings that feature retail space and office space for lease. Despite their bright and funky colors, there is talk that this business park has a lot of activity at night. Once the workers go home, it’s not quite lights out. Some have reported they have seen mysterious flashes of light that light up the night sky, while a few brave people that have ventured out to the construction site claim to have heard unusual noises coming out of what is known as “Pod 9.”

“We noticed when the containers started arriving that a few showed up that weren’t on the manifest,” said Ron Sturgeon, Box Office Warehouse Suites’ founder. “We put them to use among the expected containers and didn’t think much of it, until strange things started happening around here.”

Sturgeon also added that no one has been inside of said Pod 9 since the disappearance of an entire overnight crew.

That is all about to change and it is happening faster than most realize it. Box Office Warehouse Suites has partnered up with many sponsors to put together a one of a kind arts festival on Saint Patrick’s Day, better known as the Graffiti and Street Art Festival. This festival will benefit SPCA of Texas, as 100% of the event’s proceeds will be donated to pawed friends in need.

Actors from Hangman’s House of Horrors will be giving away free food to those brave souls that dare venture into pod 9 at the festival and some lucky winners will even receive complimentary tickets to the top charity-benefitting haunted house in the world, Hangman’s House of Horrors.

No matter if you are seeking thrills, adventure, looking for pet and family friendly activities or you are passionate about art, the arts festival at Box Office Warehouse Suites will not disappoint. Along with Hangman’s House of Horrors, this festival will feature a battle of the bands, live art, a street market with local vendors and businesses and so much more.

The alien-based survival game Hangman’s is organizing for the event in Pod 9 at Box Office Warehouse Suites is a teaser escape room like for upcoming events.

About Graffiti and Street Art Festival

Graffiti and Street Art Festival is a celebration of the vibrant colors and fun of street art. The contest will feature five national graffiti and street art artists competing to win a cash prize. The winner of the contest will be announced on March 17, 2018 at a family friendly, fun-filled day at Box Office Warehouse Suites at 1953 Golden Heights Road, Fort Worth, TX 76177.

To purchase tickets in advance, visit www.boxofficewarehousesuites.com.

About Box Office Warehouse Suites

Box Office Warehouse Suites is an innovative commercial real estate development in the fast-growing Alliance / Golden Triangle area north of Fort Worth. It offers tenants exceptional value and the ability to add square feet to their space in small increments. For more information, visit BoxOfficeWarehouseSuites.com. To inquire about leasing, contact Jim Eaton at (817) 439-3224 or [email protected].

About Hangman’s House of Horrors

Hangman’s House of Horrors is featured annually on the Travel Channel’s “America’s Scariest Halloween Attractions.” The house was recently named as a “Best of Fort Worth” Tourist Attraction by the U.S. Commerce Association and high-lighted as one of the country’s “Halloween Hot Spots” by Family Circle magazine. Hangman’s celebrates its 30th year as the top charity-benefiting haunted house. Net proceeds from Hangman’s House of Horrors benefit local charities, all of which are non-profit 501c-3 organizations. Hangman’s beneficiaries include a Wish with Wings and Victory Therapy Center. All funds remain in the area for local programs and services.

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