The beginning of the house starts out in line, they take you to the front area where they set you up and give you the low down of the house. The way the house starts is very inventive, and all I will say is that, to enter the house, I hope you enjoy the ride!
There are several rooms well done with great attention to detail to start the house. It starts out in a library, then goes through several other rooms in a house, with each room having their own actors ready to scare you. You then go through a couple of the areas where the sides close in on you. Make sure you pay attention because there are a couple back to back. It then goes in to a cage maze area with a couple of actors climbing around and through the bars.
You then go through a dark maze, which leads in to the clown area, sure to scare everyone, which leads in to another dark maze, which is sure to confuse the senses. This soon leads in to an elevator, which takes you through some twists and turns in to another maze. That sends you in to the mannequin room, where you donít know which are real and which are not.
After that, you go in to the hillbilly house, with all the usual
rooms. This leads in to another maze, this time made of wooden slats. Soon after, you go in to a swamp area, which leads in to a crypt area, both with good animatronic monsters, as well as actors ready to scare you. Soon, you enter what looks like a minerís area, which leads in to a final maze.
Overall, the rooms are very well done, and the actors are very committed to their characters. The cage maze is always a little disconcerting, and I love the pitch black maze areas that they have set up in there. There were several times that the actors popping out really caught me off guard. I would definitely rank this as one of the better houses in the area.
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