|Scare Factor: Very High | Atmosphere: Good|
Visibility/Location: It was very easy to find. There were signs to follow. It threw me off though that the ticket booth looked like a "haunted house" and was VERY small.
Wait Entertainment: They didn't have much in wait entertainment for which I was disappointed. There was a girl selling items, but that was about it.
Length of Event: The total amount of time that I was in the haunt was around 30 minutes I think. I don't remember the exact time, but I do remember about 3/4 the way through thinking "will this thing never end"?
Actor Performance: The actors really made the evening a great experience. I knew this was their first year so I didn't know what to expect. What I got from the actors was nothing less than outstanding. There were three of them that really stood out. One was a carnival guy that scared me and my girl so bad that she didn't want to go on, the next was right after that, there was a guy in a hockey mask (I know, no one gets scared at those) that really got to my girl friend when he "wanted to wear her flesh". Then there was a guy in a kitchen looking place that really just freaked me and my girlfriend out. I won't say any more so I won't ruin anything.
Patron Flow Inside Attraction: The flow was really good. I never met up with the group ahead of us and I didn't feel pushed by the group behind us.
Appropriate Ages: I would say that this is NOT for younger kids. At the very least they should be around 13 or 14. They say 9 year olds can go in, but I wouldn't reccomend it.
Props / Special FX: They had the usual, lights, fog, music. The real effects though were the actors and how each of them built a story off of the other one. Really cool.
Costumes / Make-up: Costumes could have been a little better. Most of which could be found at the local Wally World or some other shop like Spencers. The makeup though was very good.
Summary: I would have to say that my overall experience was AWSOME for a rural town. I have been in some better in St. Louis, but this is their first year. I can't wait to see what they do next year!