I thoroughly enjoyed Hopper's Haunted House. From purchasing my ticket, to meeting a member of the Hopper crew. To the very end of the haunt when we were walking out, where the owner's son actually was taking the time to speak to patrons and see how they enjoyed the event. The haunt was very well setup, from the scenes, to the actors spaced throughout. Also, my personal favorite, I don't remember any chainsaws being inside the house. Super happy about that. I can't really think of anything about Hopper's haunted house that I didn't like. I do have to confess though, the blackout maze was fun, and frustrating. The fact that it was able to be built and be completely pitch black was awe inspiring and aggravating. So kudos Hoppers, very rarely can a haunt irritate me to no end. You have succeeded. As I was all by my lonesome, I met a grandpa with his almost 11 year old granddaughter, and they became my “group”. Walking through there her and I were going back an forth as to who was going first. Somehow it managed to be me and she had the back of my hoodie to keep track of me. There was no rule's room. Which isn't too common for a haunt, however there really wasn't one needed. Hopper's did so incredibly well with the group spacing and the way the haunt was setup. There weren't many rooms as much as their were hallways. Which kept the actors and the patrons at a good distance. I really appreciated that, from the catacombs, to the not so many clowns. Overall, this would be one that I would go to again. Just to see if they've come up with anything else to terrorize their patrons.
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