|Scare Factor: High | Atmosphere: Very Good|
Visibility/Location: Fieldcrest subdivision, right off 167th Cicero. A little hard to find, look for a sign at 166th Cicero, tells you to turn left, then 3rd left to haunt.
Wait Entertainment: Proprietor spends much time mingling with guests and demonstrates torture devices used in the Mideval times. You just walk around and listen. No wait
Length of Event: Could see everything in about 15 minutes
Actor Performance: Some nights Ghouls pop out of unexpected places. Some nights are "tours"
Patron Flow Inside Attraction: People generally mingling talking to others
Appropriate Ages: Depends on kids. My 5 year old loves it!
Props / Special FX: First rate. No K mart masks here. All are professional.
Some homemade torture devices that are made to scale
Summary: Good place to check out in the far south suburbs, get out and walk around, theres lots of detail that will be missed by just sitting in car. Owners Glenn and Julia Wilson are real nice folks who spend a lot of time showing their creations. I hear they are serving hot dogs again on Halloween afternoon!