Please note: this review is for the 2006 season rather than the current season.

Terror on Rural Street (CLOSED IN 2020)

by jaymx after attending on Saturday, October 21, 2006 at about 4:15 p.m.

Fun Factor: Low Fear Factor: Medium


Signage / Visibility / Location

Very easy to find, plus I am from the area so i know where it is.

Wait Area / Line Entertainment

Nice wait area with a snack stand. It is set up for heat, but id be very surprised if the heat was going. Pretty chilly in there

Most Unique

The house is put together very well and has very good potential aside from some of the poor acting. This house is known for its special effects which i must say they never cease to amaze me and they definitely lived up to that this year.

Actors' Performance

Mediocre, some monsters were really doing well and putting their all into the haunt, whereas some others just jumped out with a half-hearted scream and pointed us where to go. it seemed as though they were more concerned about getting us thru as quick as possible rather than scaring us. and some of the the actors...well unfortunately were just bad actors, but were trying.

Appropriate For



I have always liked this house and to be quite honest i was frankly: DISAPPOINTED. I didnt get scared once, didnt even feel like i might get scared. It seemed extremely unorganized, there was one monster walkin around the wait area while in the past there has been more. They were pushing groups thru way too quick and we ended up running into the group in front of us therefore allowing the group behind us to catch up. I worked in a haunted house for 2 years and i know how it is not to have time to reset your room before the next group comes. so props to the actors in those rooms for doing their best. there much of a feel of a theme or generalized idea behind the house like usual. All-in-all this house could be scary if they could put it all together, but they need some work. i still have faith

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May 18th, 2021 3:32 a.m. CDT 13.5