The theme of the house is haunted nursery rhymes. The first room you go in is “Mary had a Little Lamb,” complete with a little kid dressed as a little lamb. Then there is a dark corridor, and the second room has a girl on a swing singing nursery rhymes, then a dark corridor, then the third room has a house in the middle, that you have to walk around. After another dark corridor, the next is room is “Little Miss Muffett,” complete with web parts hanging down and suspended by, I believe, bungee cords so that all the web parts bounce. You then walk through a room that has a giant pumpkin in it, where a monster lives. After a dark corridor, the next room is, I believe, “Three Billy Goats Gruff,” complete with a troll on the bridge. After another dark corridor, you then walk through a black mass room, where people monsters pop out at you all over the place. From there you have a room made up to look like a kitchen, where there are several monsters ready to cause havoc. The last room is set up like a playground, with several more monsters
The house itself is designed and painted by the adults and children, and it shows. But I don’t mean that in a bad way. Some of the room are painted amateurishly, but you can still tell the kids tried to put extra care in the rooms. All the actors in the rooms are kids, but they still tried to be as scary as possible, and you can tell they are having a lot of fun being monsters. The rooms have some really good areas for actors to pop out as well. My one problem with the house, is that, in almost every room, the actors, after they pop out and scare you, follow you through the room and try to scream in your ear throughout the rooms they are assigned. My ears were ringing a lot once I left the house, but, overall, I enjoyed the house a good deal.
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