Estate of Mind presents its inaugural Halloween immersive-theatre experience, “Frightinsville, Friday, Oct. 27 and Saturday, Oct. 28 at Estate of Mind, 120 Hill Street, Whitinsville. “Frightinsville” is a first-of-its-kind immersive-theatre psychological thriller. Guests are warned to buckle up for a safari-style haunted hayride through the supernatural, without ever leaving their vehicle. Guests can tune their car stereos to a War-of-the-Worlds–style radio broadcast to catch world-building narrative context for the unnerving scenes within. Reality unravels into odd dimensions, as guest cars creeps through the twisted creations of world-class interdisciplinary-artists, with special effects, pyrotechnics, gorey makeup, fire spinning, choreographed dancing, sound & lighting design, sculptures, projection art, custom costumes, murals, and more, woven together by a writing team that thrives on spinning up terrifyingly-realistic satire. A chilling and unforgettable impact is guaranteed—for anyone who lives to finish the ride. All ages. Rated PG-13. Rain or shine. Advanced purchase required. Tickets will not be sold at the door. Vehicle passes can only be purchased by a minimum $36 donation. Vehicle passes admit everyone in the vehicle at a dedicated time slot. For more information, including bios of the contributing artists visit frightinsville.com. Estate of Mind is a volunteer-run, donation-based collaborative creator co-living community, and pay-what-you-can arts and lifestyle event venue with a world-class visiting volunteer program, based in the historic Oakhurst Manor complex.