|Scare Factor: High | Atmosphere: Good|
Visibility/Location: Very easy to find. You can't miss it with all the lights!
Wait Entertainment: They were really good. There were a lot of characters roaming the crowd.
Length of Event: Maybe 15-20 minutes inside.
Actor Performance: They were good. Most stayed in character. I hate clowns, so the clown room really got me good! It felt like the clown room went on and on ... I had to have my eyes closed the whole time we were in the clown room! The girl clown that was above me scared me real good! The other ones felt like they were right at my head.
Patron Flow Inside Attraction: We didn't run into any other groups, but the people in front of us were going really slow!
Appropriate Ages: Maybe 13 & up.
Props / Special FX: There were some cool effects. I definately don't like the air mat coming down on me, it makes it really hard to breathe when you have asthma. The fog machine & lights were cool tho. I also liked a lot of the props. Some of the props were hung too low tho, because they were hitting me in the head & im short.
Costumes / Make-up: The costumes were really good. The old guy that looked like a patient with a trancula (or however you spell that) had really good makeup. It looked so real.
Summary: I would recommend the haunted house. I definately thought it was going to be scarier then it was but it was still good. I think you should let smaller groups go in at a time, because having 20-30 people go in at a time makes it not as much fun for the people towards the middle/back. We didn't get to see all the stuff as much. If you had maybe 8-10 people go in at a time, it would have made it better. The actors did really good tho. The ones outside were kind of creepy tho when they were picking their nose & eating it, and when they were moving their tongue in a seductive way. I didn't care for those things. But other than that, it was really cool! The guy on stiltz with the extra head was cool & freaky! He definately got my friend scared!!! I will probably be returning within the next few years.