|Scare Factor: High | Atmosphere: Very Good|
Visibility/Location: Clintons Terror on Washington Street was easy to find once you found Washington Street. I didnt see any signs on the way into town but the roads blocked off and scary blowups in the middle of the street were very visible.
Wait Entertainment: While waiting outside of the haunted house there were chainsaw welding maniacs and many creatures and ghouls outside acting with the crowd. My person favorite was a couple of t.v.s that allowed you to watch others in the house and actually scare them by remote control from outside.
Length of Event: 15 minutes of thrill
Actor Performance: All actors inside of the house seemed to be right on que. Perfect timing.
Patron Flow Inside Attraction: Our group ran into another group inside the attraction. You were able to purchase glow in the dark necklaces outside that really helped you navigate your way threw a dark maze.
Props / Special FX: My favorite Special Effect in Terror on Washington Street was a very scary elevator that takes you to another floor and has a huge suprise at the end of the ride. Dont want to ruin it for everyone. There were also many foggy settings and animated props inside of this attraction. I really enjoyed a kitchen scene with refridgerator, cabinets, bloody water running into the sink, and a stove that flys open with a prop lunging out at you.
Costumes / Make-up: All actors inside of the house really fit into there settings. While walking threw a tomb in egypt, there were many mummys flying out from secret panels in the walls.
Summary: Terror on Washington Street is having another great year. They always keep me and my family coming back. I enjoy seeing all of the new settings and animations that they have every year. They really seemed to step up there scares from the previous years I have gone. All of there monsters inside the house really seemed alot more matured than previous years. I dont know if its only me, but when someone twice as tall as me jumps out from a secret passage its alot more intimidating than a elementary school sized monster. Another great year for Washington Street. Cant wait for the next.