A POPULAR North Ayrshire visitor attraction has unveiled details of its latest Hallowe'en event - inspired by the Purge movies.

The experience at Kelburn Castle will place attendees in a world where all crime is legal for four hours.

Visitors will be tasked with delivering information that could destroy the government - whilst determining who is part of the resistance and who is working for the government.

Kelburn Castle’s general manager, Alison Burke, said: “Kelburn is known all over the country for its terrifying Hallowe'en and people travel from far and wide to experience the unbridled terror of Kelburn’s Haunted Forest.

“There have been some truly terrifying themes over the years with plague infested zombie takeovers, hill dwelling cannibals, demonic carnivals, and secret risualistic cults.

“Kelburn’s Hallowe'en is not for the faint-hearted!”

Beginning on October 14 and running until Hallowe'en itself, tickets cost £13.50 plus a booking fee while the preview on October 13 will cost £8 plus a booking fee to attend.

Sessions will consist of groups of around 10 people and will last for four hours, beginning at 6.30pm.

You must be 14 years or older to attend, and those under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

Visitors are advised to wear warm clothes, outdoor footwear and waterproofs.

The castle has issued warnings for gore, strong language, graphic violence, gunfire, suicide and self-harm, jump scares, and flashing lights.

Parking will cost £5 which can be paid for on site by card or cash.

For more info and to book a ticket visit Kelburn Castle's website.