|Scare Factor: High | Atmosphere: Very Good|
Visibility/Location: Easy to find - right off of Route 47 and there were signs directing us and it was the main street of town.
Wait Entertainment: About 20 minutes in line but there was outside entertainment which was really good and there was a tent where refreshments could be purchased.
Length of Event: It took us about 30 minutes to get through because we like to take in every detail.
Actor Performance: Excellent - I come to this Haunted House every year and every year it gets better. Had several high energy rooms this year and the actors played the parts great.
Patron Flow Inside Attraction: We didn't run into another group but another group ran into us but we like to take our time going through to take it all in.
Appropriate Ages: I wouldn't think anyone under 8 or 9 would want to go in but I guess it depends on the kid.
Props / Special FX: This was amazing this year - I know it's only an optical illusion but the girl with all her guts hanging out was awesome. The dentist with the drill and the patient he had in the dentist chair that he was holding down was really cool. The red & white room was so cool, it took us forever to find the door to get out.
Costumes / Make-up: They have come along way with this as well-I noticed the costumes are much more detailed and I noticed more make-up this year.
Summary: Kudos to the actors this year. The blonde girl climbing on the table to get at you, the girl with her guts hanging out, the dentist and the girl patient, the insane room - this was by far the best yet. The Dungeon of Terror for $7.00 is definitely worth the drive. Don't miss it.