Please note: this review is for the 2014 season rather than the current season.

Burial Chamber Haunted House Complex

by Wiscare after attending on Saturday, October 4, 2014 at about 8 p.m.

Fun Factor: High Fear Factor: High


Signage/Visability/Location: The Burial Chamber is located just off Hwy 41 which makes it an easy find. The building is hard to miss as you can see Burial Chamber painted on the side of the first building. They also have parking attendants so it's hard to miss.

Wait area/ Line entertainment: Burial Chamber offers 2 large video screens for your viewing pleasure while in line. They also have a few ghouls roaming around the grounds.

Actor Performance: Solid as usual. When you have 100+ actors it's hard to control them all but they do a good job.

Scenes/Sets/fx: Outstanding. The attentions to detail and props they use are phenomenal.

Length: Adrenaline was about 20 minutes, Insanity was about 20, and Phobia was about 15.

Crowd Control: Nothing out of the norm. Parking attendants parking cars and such. One thing I suggest is that you have customers not smoke in line. We stood next to a bunch of kids who were smoking and it was gross.

Most Memorable Moment: Where do I start. When we went through Adrenaline my friend kept picking me up by my jacket which had me laughing the whole way through.


Summary: This was my 3rd time going through Burial Chamber and it is always good. However, they don't change that much year to year. With a slower night you would expect them to let you go in smaller groups. Groups of more than 4 kind of ruins the experience since you don't see everything especially if you're in the back. At the end of our trip through Insanity there were probably 15 of us in a line.

3 haunts for $30 is a deal for what they offer. I recommend this haunt for any haunted house fan.

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June 6th, 2020 2:40 a.m. CDT 11.11d