|Scare Factor: High | Atmosphere: Good|
Visibility/Location: Location was good but it was difficult with the ticket purchase. They were at the PF Village Hall and the event was in another area. Once purchased then it was ok.
Wait Entertainment: While we waited they had cupcake sales and free hot chocolate and chocolate chip cookies supplied by the Girl Scouts! Nice touch on a cool night!
Length of Event: 10-15 minutes
Actor Performance: Performance starts right at the beginning with a toxic waste scene. It is a great turn on the room rules concept.
Patron Flow Inside Attraction: It could get loud but the pace was good and a some points you could hear the others ahead of you. However, our group never bumped into others.
Appropriate Ages: Some kids were running out as soon as they walked in! Parents should decide on if their child should go through.
Props / Special FX: Fog, green slime, snakes, spiders, a forest scene and more. The different "nightmares" were good--all equipped with a fortune teller with a crystal ball who tells you are going to die!
Costumes / Make-up: Not a lot of latex makeup but some good masks, and acting. Looked like a variety of ages within the acting bunch.
Summary: This was a great haunted house that was not for profit but helped with food donations to area pantries. We were shocked to see all that this haunted house offered for $5 to
$8 depending on if you came with canned goods to donate to charity. We came without food tonight and the magic hand at the entrance informed us that we were to come back with food but tonight our horrors will begin! Our group plans to come back tomorrow night with food! By the way, a group of 10 was only $40.
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