|Scare Factor: High | Atmosphere: Very Good|
Visibility/Location: easy to find!! love the construction info sign on main road
Wait Entertainment: FANTASTIC stuff to do I LOVE THE BRITISH PUMPKIN GUY. the older man with the bed pan was great!
Length of Event: got lost in top floor puzzle so took me 1 1/2 hours!
Actor Performance: for the most part it was good. but at the end on the attraction. there was a girl playing her game boy and talking around the door, they didn't even try to scare me when i came out she just looked at me oddly and hissed! if some of these kids art serious about working there then they shouldn't! the woman at the beginning made some lady do the "chicken dance" to get a confiscated flash light back! and the man with the top hat and chainsaw scared the daylights out of me! and thats hard to do
Patron Flow Inside Attraction: great until the dark maze. but it changes at the stairs. where people are split up again
Appropriate Ages: 12 and up
Props / Special FX: theres something that moves on a bridge near the ladies with the lab. when that happened i thought i was going to break the bridge!! and that moving hallway was a perfect touch! along with when i was leaving i saw a REAL ambluance and rescue team (i think) eather way. nice touch!
Costumes / Make-up: costumes and makeup are great. every year i come to haunted houses expecting to see store bousht masks but this reminded me of house on haunted hill!
Summary: over all this haunted attraction was beautiful! besides the girl in the end with the gameboy. my wife (who died in 2007 of a brain toumor) loved haunted houses and we loved traveling in the centreal/southern part of the state going to haunted houses. i went to ashmore estates every year besides 2007 since they opened and it just gets better and better every year! the only thing i would change is to get people who are serious about working at a haunted house and cut down on the kids who thinks its just playtime for them. also with the pumpkin dart toss they should have a station where you can carve them (great way to get kids more involved!)