Please note: this review is for the 2007 season rather than the current season.

Terror on the Fox

by majorxpsycho after attending on Friday, September 28, 2007 at about 5:45 p.m.

Fun Factor: High Fear Factor: Medium


Signage / Visibility / Location

They are located at the railroad museum in Green Bay on Broadway. There are no signs directing you, so you do have to be certain you know where you are headed! Once you arrive at the location you will see a large lit up sign and people directing you into the parking area.

Wait Area / Line Entertainment

Since it was opening night and we arrived later in the evening the wait to get on the train was about 10 min. The wait to get into Torment was about 5 min. and the wait for the main haunted house was 15 min. While waiting for the train they have a projector displaying 'haunted scenes' ... I asked the gentleman working the line where the scenes were from and he replied "I don't know"?!? The music certainly added to the excitement. There were spooks while waiting for the train as well. They had a gift shop with all sorts of goodies and a snack shop as well. I highly recommend a cup of hot cider while you are waiting YUM! They have dancers at the front of the main haunted house dancing to Heavy metal and another projector displaying large graphic scenes

Most Unique

Obviously the haunted train ride is a signature for this haunt I have never been to another haunt that has this. And the 'claustrophobia' part of the Torment was creepy and I'm not even claustrophobic.

Actors' Performance

I don't know if it was late in the night, or the actors were bored ... but ... there was a lot of casual talk from them which really ruined the experience. And I'm not just saying a 'little small talk' I mean everything from flirting with haunt goers to just chilling in the corner of their room having a casual conversation with each other!! However I definitely have to give props to a few actors especially the schizophrenic woman and her dr. GREAT ACTING!!


Torment - A new addition, although much smaller than the main house, offers everything "phobic" ... from spiders,snakes,clowns, to fear of heights! VERY CREATIVE!
The Main Haunt ... it is amazing the amount of work that goes into the prop's in this house. You'll rarely ever find yourself simply walking through a dark corridor. The scenes are well thought out and graphic, the make-up/costumes are also very well done!!
Now if they can get the actors performance in sync with the rest, I think this could be one of the better haunts to visit!!

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April 22nd, 2024 8:26 a.m. CDT 24.01