Overall this haunt left a lot to be desired. Finding it was a pretty big challenge as none of the addresses have been changed online to the mall 20 minutes away from the old address. Once we arrived at the right location, we couldn't find the haunt at the mall because there were no signs pointing to the back side of the building.
Once inside, the waiting room was pretty sparsely decorated. There weren't any actors walking the lines and there wasn't any music or other entertainment to keep people preoccupied. When our group entered the haunt, we found that the maze construction included the use of black plastic material and cardboard.
The actors ages averaged at about 12 and the primary scare tactic involved actors loudly shrieking at customers walking through. There was a crawling area in the dark that was neat but not scary. For a haunt that advertises that it is for adults, it left quite a lot on the table. The kids obviously worked hard building sets that weren't terrible, but just weren't up to snuff compared to a lot of other attractions within 30 minutes. If you are looking at taking your children to their first serious haunt, this may be for you. It is filled with other children working hard and I think a kid's group might find this spooky and fun. Those of you that are looking for a haunt for teenagers or adults, I would not choose The Scream Haunted Adventure. It is very reminiscent of a Jaycee's old-fashioned haunted house.
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