Terror on Washington Street crew really put together some great
new scenes this year. There was one that imitated the
movie “The Ring”, with a girl in a well. The cockroach room was
nice as well, with a plethora of cockroaches covering the walls
and a girl sitting in a closet screaming that they were eating her alive.
One of the most interesting areas is one that I will call the
"Hell Hallway". This was a narrow path, with crumbling
walls on either side of the walkway, with demonic red light
shining through and fog drifting out of the exposed wall
boards. On the other side of the walls, actors were
taunting you. What a great concept! That is where the
Terror on Washington Street crew excels, using their creativity
to construct innovative scenes. Besides the many
interesting scenes, there were some great dark hallways, as well.
The actors in this attraction performed well. They were very energetic and in most cases, on target with their attacks.
They were very determined to scare and they stayed in
character. In most cases, you couldn't see the
scares coming. There were a number of places inside the
attraction where an actor would come bursting out of a hidden
panel to surprise you. The only scare that was really
"telegraphed" was at a point near the end, where you
got a whiff of gasoline, so you knew a chainsaw-wielding maniac was near.
I have always been impressed by their creativity. Being a
fairly low budget event, they always manage to put together a
very entertaining show. With the amount of time you spend
exploring this attraction, the admission price of $6.50 is quite
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