|Scare Factor: High | Atmosphere: Good|
Visibility/Location: It was very easy to see. It's right off of Main St. The building is pushed back but the flashing lights and red light on the ship makes it visible.
Wait Entertainment: The ladies up front kept you talking. They asked how we heard of their Haunted House and then it was time for us to go in.
Length of Event: It was a good tour, lead by guides. About 35 minutes long.
Actor Performance: Actors stayed on mark, there was a lot to see. I think there was more rooms than it was stated on this sites description.
Patron Flow Inside Attraction: It was a guided tour. I know there was people in front and more came up as we were headed in. Although we could hear some of what was going on on the building, we never saw another group.
Appropriate Ages: 10 and up
Props / Special FX: Lots of props, I am sure I did not see every thing there was to see. I loved one of the FXs outside, it made me very oriented.
Costumes / Make-up: There were not a lot of masks. Lots of make up was used. I wondered how long it took to get it done. The costumes were of the typical variety, though not all store bought.
Summary: I had a super time in this Haunted house. There was almost literally something around every corner. The outside decorations were fairly simple. The Pirate Ship had to take some time to get up, I think if I would have had a camera I would have gotten my picture in front of it. The actors were great and on their mark every time. It is a very dark tour, and I am not sure how the guides knew where to go. I have gone through this haunt before and this was my favorite yet. They were also selling shirts, but I did not bring extra money with me for this.