|Scare Factor: Very High | Atmosphere: Very Good|
Visibility/Location: I am not sure how people have trouble finding it. If you have Mapquest or a GPS you will find it. The building is very large and if you looked at any info at all about this haunted house beforehand, you will recognize it. Besides the fact that there are squad cars out directing traffic..
Wait Entertainment: It was okay. There were about two, sometimes three characters out at a time. One of them did a really great job, running up to people and chasing them. A character on stilts, didn't do anything but just walk down the line and ignore everyone. I thought he could have done a better job.
Length of Event: My phone died, but it appears we got in there around 10, and left around 11. We were on the ultimate package.
Actor Performance: Most of them did an excellent job. They all stayed in character, and tried their best to freak you out.
Patron Flow Inside Attraction: We didn't run into the people in front of us, but the group behind us caught up with us several times.
Appropriate Ages: Yes, I would say with a parent.
Props / Special FX: One thing that kind of disturbed me was hanging on the ticket booth, was a pair of little girl's underpants.. I think that's a bit inappropriate.. Even for a haunted house.
Costumes / Make-up: The make-up on some of the characters was just plain awesome.
Summary: Overall, I found it to be a really fun night there. The line looked long, but it really didn't feel too long. I don't think I have ever been to a haunted house that lasted longer than twenty minutes either. It was nice how there was only one main line to wait in, which was the line to purchase tickets and enter the attraction, combined in one. I thought each room was also well-crafted, including the dark crawl spaces. They had plenty of scenes for everyone's different fears.. Bugs, chainsaws, clowns, claustrophobia, gore, etc. I would definitely recommend it for anyone looking for a good scare.