The Park after Dark starts with walking through the locker room of a Chicago Park District building. A child in a mask makes you follow him through the locker rooms. I don't think that was part of the haunt, because once you go through, someone meets you to take your ticket to go in to the real house, but that part had a certain eeriness to it.
Once that happens, you walk in to a house setting. You walk in to a piano room, then in to a room full of typewriters, which I enjoyed because it wasn't the usual rooms you see in a house setting. Next was a bed with a skeleton in it, then another room with a skeleton that had a clown in it for some reason.
From there, you go in to a creepy baby's room, which then leads you in to a doctor's office, followed by a dissection room. After that room, there was a cage maze with two little girls that just screamed at you the whole time. I kept worrying about their vocal cords by the end of the night!
That then leads you outside in to a lattice maze, followed by a plastic drum area with some very good scares. After that there is a woodsy area set up like a maze. There might be an actor or two following you out to make sure you make it out alive....or dead!
The Park after Dark was done on a budget, and most of the actors in there were children, but don't let that deter you from going to this house. They still had some pretty good effects, and some good scares.
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