Stairway to Insanity starts with a woman dressed like a clown in the front, taking your ticket. Next room is an actor, and you get to spin a wheel where it decides the theme of your visit. I unfortunately got "more screaming," which then I instantly regretted.
You are then led in to a twisting and turning feast of the eyes, where you never know where the scares are going to come from. They had everything you would expect in a haunt, just on a smaller scale, but equally as scary. And, like I stated above, you never know where the scares are coming from. Some coming from the walls, some from random places you never expect in the room, which I definitely enjoyed.
I am keeping this vague intentionally, because I don't want to give away a lot of secrets, but they even have an inventive way to use the laser that goes across the room, hiding the actors underneath ready to pop out at you.
A lot of the actors in here are children, which helps make it a lot of fun, and helps them hide better, because the haunt itself is in an enclosed area, so the rooms are smaller and closer together than in a usual haunt, but don't let that make you not want to visit this house, because it was one of the more fun houses I have visited this season.
Stairway to Insanity is a great example of doing haunts on a budget, but still doing them really well. This is definitely a haunt to hit if you are on a budget, and definitely one of my favorite haunts of this season.
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