|Scare Factor: Very High | Atmosphere: Very Good|
Visibility/Location: It's not that hard to find, but could be confusing if it was after dark and you weren't familiar. Since Clinton is such a small town if you were lost, you could ask just about anyone for directions and they would get you there easily, though.
Wait Entertainment: There were two guys dressed up in jump suits and masks walking around and going through the lines. They caught me off guard and my first scared was outside waiting in line!
Length of Event: about 15-20 minutes.
Actor Performance: Everyone stayed in character and the house looked great
Patron Flow Inside Attraction: We didn't run into any other groups. The spacing was perfect.
Appropriate Ages: depends on maturity of child but I would say 10/11+
Props / Special FX: I loved the blood in the sink. It looked realistic! The rules part from the TVs was VERY cool. It was a great way to start off the house. The elevator was also a very nice touch.
Costumes / Make-up: I am always impressed with the costumes and make up. Even though most are store bought the Terror on Washington crew does a great job making each character look authentic.
Summary: I am a Clinton resident and have worked in Terror on Washington street before. Even after being behind the scenes before I was still scared. The Terror Staff does a great job making the house look new every year and always has created an exciting and new atmosphere