Please note: this review is for the 2011 season rather than the current season.
by Truebie31 (Newbie Review Crew Member) after attending on Friday, October 7, 2011 at about 3 p.m.
Submitted: Monday, October 10, 2011
This haunt was exactly all that I expected & more! I attended with my 13-yr old & her friend on Friday the 7th. It was very easy to find using the map on my cell phone. There was plenty of parking & the lady shriners not only pointed you in the right direction, but also wished you luck & hoped you made it out alive! You can purchase the general admission for $15 or the RIP admission for $25. I highly recommend the RIP because you get a few nice perks, including getting bumped ahead of the general admission line, a cool Green Bay Fear t-shirt & before entering, you can enjoy a local band & sip hot cocoa. After being admitted into the woods by a big, ugly clown, you will meet plenty of evil creatures lurking about. They will continually harass you (in a good, fun way) until you reach the point where it splits into the RIP & general admission lines. Upon entering the RIP area, where your wrist band gets checked again, you are given your tshirt, $5 off coupon to Halloween Express & a cup of hot cocoa. We sat by one of the fires & listened to the rock music for about a half hour before heading on the path to the house. Groups of people are lead up the stairs to the porch to wait for the "butler" to usher you inside. By the way, his mouth is sewn shut but he still tries talking to you. This is a 3D haunt, so you are then given your 3D glasses which you must wear throughout the entire walk. There are a lot of twists & turns & plenty of good scares. When you think you have reached the exit, it just leads you through an iron maze outside & back into the house through another door.