Killer Camp is ITV2's brand new Halloween reality TV event - meet the cast below.
Killer Camp will air across five nights leading up to Halloween, beginning tonight at 9PM on ITV2.
The series sees 11 unsuspecting contributors dropped into an 80s inspired lakeside lodge.
They signed up for what they thought was a new summer TV show but after an explosive twist, they learn it’s not the Summer Camp they’d envisaged but a Killer Camp with a secret murderer amongst them.
ITV explain: "The aim of the game is to earn cash whilst avoiding being killed and therefore eliminated from the game. Over five bloody nights the murderer will bump off their fellow campers in ever more extreme, hilarious and inventive ways; it’s the job of the innocents to work out who is responsible before it’s too late...
"Can the innocents find the killer amongst them and walk away with a big money prize? Or will the killer remain undetected and steal their cash?"
Meet the cast of Killer Camp on ITV2 below...
29-year-old Car Dealer from Essex
"I wanted to do Killer Camp for the experience and to meet new people. I wanted to out-wit the Killer!" says Carl. "I was excited to take on the challenge! I was looking out for who was trying to be inconspicuous."
22-year-old Content Executive from Chichester
"I wanted to do something fun and adventurous," says Eleanor of signing up. "It was really fun but really crazy, no hour was the same. I tried to get to know everyone as much as possible so I could pick up if they said anything that might give them away."
26-year-old Nanny from London
Feargal says: "I absolutely love horror! I did my dissertation at University on horror, I’m a huge fan. The idea of a game show that has this twist to it, I was well up for. Also I love the idea of adventure and travel.
"I loved the idea of the twist and the reality game show aspect, it’s adventurous and challenging. Also the underlying dark twist of who knows what your fate is going to be got me excited."
19-year-old Barista from York
Holly says: "Finding out that I was actually on Killer Camp was a bit of a shock at first but I had the time of my life! I thought it was so much fun, it was like being in a real life horror movie, like a Cluedo. It was the best time ever. I loved making new friends even though the Killer obviously was not on the same side as you… It was quite tense at times!"
22-year-old Wine Tasting Host from Cheshire
"I saw the opportunity come up and wanted to do something different, to make friends, be social and have a bit of fun," says Jacques. "It was the best and worst experience I’ve ever been a part of! By the end, I was absolutely gutted that it was over."
23-year-old Pianist from Bath
Nurry says: "I was going through a time of wanting to do things completely out of my comfort zone. I was in the middle of my Masters studies and was feeling very free and wanting to explore different things. I thought this was a perfect opportunity!"
28-year-old cinema worker from Devon
Says Rob: "I enjoy adventure and I like being outside of my comfort zone. I was excited by the big old twist in there! I get bored very easily, I’m a ‘Yes’ man so I do things that I think will be a good story or that will entertainment me for a while."
21-year-old Healthcare Assistant from Peterborough
On signing up, Rosie says: "It looked fun and I thought it’d be nice to win something. I was excited for the experience. I was completely taken out of my comfort zone. We only had each other to talk to, only the show to talk about and no comfort from our outside life so Killer Camp became our entire world."
27-year-old Chef from Poole
Says Sam: "The show sounded like something different to anything I’ve done before and it was a chance to meet new people. I’m a competitive person so when I found out it was a game show as well as reality, that enticed me too. I was taken away from my day to day environment to do something different and I loved that aspect of it."
25-year-old Beauty Therapist from Doncaster
Says Sian: "I signed up for Summer Camp as I like to challenge myself and push myself out of my comfort zone. It looked like an adventure show and I thought it sounded cool, I like challenges so I thought ‘I’m game for that!’ I didn’t see the twist coming at all! I was literally clueless."
26-year-old Eyewear designer from Chester
Warren says: "I wanted to do the show to bring myself out of my comfort zone and to test myself. I’ve always believed I’m a good judge of character and the show sounded like the perfect opportunity to test my skills and it did just that."
Killer Camp airs on ITV2 at 9PM from Sunday 27 October through to Thursday 31 October.
You can watch episodes online via ITV Hub.