Please note: this review is for the 2003 season rather than the current season.
after attending on Saturday, October 18, 2003 at about 3 p.m.
Submitted: Monday, October 20, 2003
Signage / Visibility / Location
Road Construction was not as bad as the parking. Parking lot full and not very organized especially when your trying to leave and you can't get out because of the vehicles coming in. Poor organization.
Wait Area / Line Entertainment
Line to get tickets went fast enough. Only one spook running around trying to scare people. Line to get on train went very fast. Line to get into haunted house very long and slow. Not scary at all. It was a very long wait with not one scare. No scary music. Just heavy metal coming from the house. Graveyard next to line did not have any actors coming around to scare people or even set the mood. To make the night more scary, it would have helped to make the wait in line scary with spooks, special lighting effects, maybe a dead body laying here and there.
Took about 20 minutes to get through the actual haunted house. Should have been longer for $11.00.
The go-go dancers in the windows of the haunted house and the actors in the house did okay. Just not very scary. How scary are go-go dancers anyway??
9 years and over
We had a fourth grader with us that thought it was the best. Not scary for anyone older. The house itself was overpriced for the scary factor. The Terror people have to make this experience better before I'll go back. The biggest problem is with the wait to get into the house itself. They have to make the wait scary too. Spooky music would help. Rob Zombie is just not scary music. The wait has got to set mood for the house itself. Try cutting some of the lights too. Darkness and silence. What I experienced with the heavy metal music, go go dancers in the windows, and bright disco lights seemed more like a night out at the clubs than a haunted house.
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