Please note: this review is for the 2003 season rather than the current season.
after attending on Friday, October 17, 2003 at about 3:30 p.m.
Submitted: Saturday, October 18, 2003
Signage / Visibility / Location
The place was easy to find. The directions were so clear only a blind person would get lost.
Wait Area / Line Entertainment
There were a few gouls out and about screaming and yelling at people attempting to scare them. There was a cassette recording that played over and over every 10 minutes or so that told a story of the place and welcomed everyone. There was a fog machine along with a cemetery made out of styrofoam blocks. Not bad overall. Waited about two hours.
Since the even was self-guided we took our time. Took approximately 15-20 minutes to go through.
I was impressed with the creativity and variety of the different scenes. However, it was just another "haunted house" to me. It had more decoration and and ornate details than normal haunted houses though. However, the method of being scared was the same throughout-people yelling at you from corners, loud noises, and sudden appearances. I'm one who doesn't get scared that easily and still didn't get scared.
Middle school and older
If you want to see some really cool scenes and things like that, go right ahead. However, I think spending five minutes in a graveyard when it was pitch black out would've given me a better scare than the Burial Chamber. I wouldn't spend another ten dollars to go also - not really worth it.
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