From the outside, this place looks pretty impressive! The exterior is very nicely decorated, complete with an old creepy stagecoach/hurse type vehicle. We went in the front lobby to the ticket booth where the actor (in costume -- and the ONLY actor as we noticed during the tour) was having a casual conversation with the guy in the ticket booth. Neither seemed to even pay attention to us when we walked in, and it was several minutes while they finished their conversation before the guy in the ticket booth even acknowledged us. Then we were in for the scare of our lives - the price. Even with a military discount, we still paid $10 per person. We walked into the first room, where we were supposed to "find" a "secret passageway." However, the "secret passageway" door was already open (I guess they forgot to close it back after the previous customers?) Then we started being stalked by the one and only actor (the same guy having a casual conversation with the ticket booth attendant). We saw him periodically throughout the house, and he did mildly frighten us a couple of of times, so I will give him credit. However, the house itself was too short. It only took us about 12-15 minutes to get through and since my husband and I were by ourselves (no other customers at the time) we took our time to look at all the scary decorations and animatronics. At the end, the actor let me get a picture with him, so that was nice.
So, it was an average attraction, at best. It would be greatly improved by simply lowering the price by a couple of dollars.
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