Signage / Visibility / Location
The location is easy to find, off Winchester road, east, then a right at the 'T' intersection, and you can't miss the two huge warehouses, all decked out with custom signage for the ticket area, not to mention the big logo / Burial Chamber on the side of the warehouse.
Wait Area / Line Entertainment
I happened to go for the VIP treatment, so my wait was 'zero'. Plenty of freaks wandering around in excellent make-up. Good old Michale Meyers,a Devil guy, a dude with a chainsaw, 'natch - all to good effect, well-played. Nice tasty treats and SWAG available, and the VIP room is cozy with a big screen to watch the teens freak out on their way through.
I'd say the Blood City rooms that were decked out for the stripper room and 'hair salon' room, while not scary, were unique, and you could tell they were having fun. Also, the toilet with the 'plumbing malfunction' was a first-time thing for me.
This, I would say, is the strongest point of this complex, in both 'Burial Chamber' and 'Blood City', but more memorable in Blood City, I suppose. (The other strength is the variety of 'scares' which keeps you on your toes).
Very creative characters such as these weird alien creatures, the, uh, 'stripper', the hair salon fellows, and your usual 'hallway-lurker-followers' hounding you 'til the end, and actors in 'scene rooms' fitting well into their area. Even as I saw some of the actors talking to each other, what's cool is they would STAY IN CHARACTER. I did not question the obsessive loyalty of these freaks at work.
Burial Chamber makes good use of UTTER DARKNESS. If pressed to compare, I'd say it's 'scarier' because you have no clue what's coming up next.
Blood City has PLENTY of scares, however. I really recommend doing both; it's a value at $20 for the two, especially compared to other, smaller, less inventive haunted houses.