For weeks, a cabal of vampires has been gathering in Los Angeles at The Count’s Den, an immersive lounge with an on-going narrative. Now, after members-only invites, they are opening their doors for their first ticketed experiential event: Remember Me.
In Remember Me, the clocks will be turned back as audiences are transported into the past to witness the rebirth of five of their vampiric residents. Focusing on their dark and twisted pasts, each experience will range from half an hour to full hour experiences as Countess Cora’s advisor, Hakan, acts as a guiding light into the past of a given vampire.
Each narrative is a collaboration between creator Rachel Foti and the residents of The Count’s Den, with an emphasis to ensure that each episode highlights the relatable, yet tortuous past of each vampire. Remember Me Germaine explores his dark and destructive past, while Elisabeth’s past focuses on her sexual trauma. Elle’s innocence hides a dark secret, Cora’s determination and strength permeates her experience, and Hakan himself explores the mysticism of his magic. These experiences will span generations and centuries, each providing a unique feel and shocking moments.
All experiences, however, will be darkly evocative with emotionally triggering content; after all, guests will be reliving the moments prior to one’s last mortal breath and facing the vampire that bestowed immortality on them.
This first experience, Remember Me Germaine, will occur over two nights on July 2nd and 3rd with five participants per show. This will be an extremely limited event with only 32 tickets available. The subsequent episodes will occur during the remainder of 2018.
Ticket prices include an after party at The Count’s Den with an open bar of beer, wine, and non-alcoholic beverages.
Tickets are available on their website at: http://www.thecountsden.com
We at HorrorBuzz have enjoyed Foti’s work since we initially tried HORROR ESCAPES LA, which featured some of the most fun we’ve had in an escape room before. Last year’s NIGHT SHIFT was also a blast. The Counter’s Den seems to take a much darker turn, and we are very excited to see how it pans out. We’ll have an interview with Foti about this in the coming weeks!
They remember their birth, will you?