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 on: October 08, 2017, 12:45:21 PM 
Started by NCHadmin - Last post by NCHadmin
Midway Wicked Woods
Date attended: 10/07/2017
Submitted by: k2quiere

Scare Factor: 4/5
I know there were a lot of great scares by way of others in my group, but being in the back of a group of 6 kind of ruined it for me. All I caught were the after effects of the startles when the actors were walking back to their spots and would growl at us or something.

Actors: 4.75/5
The actors were very good and tried their best with multiple tactics to either get the startle scare or the creep factor. The possessed girl was awesome and truly into her character! Our group of 6 was a little too large for the tight spaces of the house, so half of us missed the scares, but the actors tried to accommodate. I also appreciated having actors in the maze this time. They got between the members of our group, which was creepy, and they even redirected some of us, so we weren't all in the same places at the same time. The clowns at the beginning definitely enjoyed their job, and we got a lot of attention as the last group. Smiley was a lot of fun.

Set Design: 4.75/5
The clown car looked better and was more animated than the last time I saw it a couple years ago. The house is well-thought out as always. As I mentioned before, some of the spaces were too tight for a large group because we missed some of the animatronics that couldn't reset fast enough for us to even see them, other than as they returned to their spot. The best one was the dead woman who raised off the bed and broke the group in half because we couldn't get through. I do have one concern about the state of the maze. The floor feels like it's weakening in areas. As much as I have always loved the maze, as a heavier person, the floor made me legitimately nervous rather than nervous for being in the dark.

Value: 4.75/5
Midway has always been one of my favorite haunts, and I could tell that had our groups been smaller, it would have been just as awesome this year.

Length: 4.5/5
I hate to keep harping on the size of our group, but they were initially going to separate us into groups of 3. When we got out of the tunnel, the first thing I asked my group was whether or not they felt the trail had been much shorter than in years past. Those in the front of our line said no, that it felt just right. I, however, was disappointed at having missed much of the enjoyment.

Other:
They've started charging $2 for parking, so be prepared.

Overall Impression: 4.5/5
I love Midway still, but this just wasn't my best visit. If I get a chance, I would love to go back this season and try again.

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 on: October 08, 2017, 12:42:55 PM 
Started by NCHadmin - Last post by NCHadmin
Darkside Haunted Estates
Date attended: 09/28/2017
Submitted by: k2quiere

Scare Factor: 4.5/5
There was so much to see that the sets helped with the distraction factor, so the actors could do their jobs. Some of the timing was a bit off because it was early in the season, but for the most part, everything was executed so well.

Actors: 5/5
Every actor stayed in character and obviously enjoyed his/her job. Our clown friend was so much fun; he showed us all over and seemed to always be where we turned. I also want to give a shout out to the actor who comes out from underneath the car...fantastic!

Set Design: 5/5
The scenes are so elaborate that there is something to look at from every direction. Even the scenes on the hayride where there weren't any actors were complete sets with no details missing.

Value: 5/5
With the 4 haunts in 1, and each so well done, it is definitely worth the $20 entry.

Length: 5/5
You travel at your own pace for the majority of the haunt, so you make the length what you want it. The hayride is much longer than expected and full of things to see and do throughout. There are 4 different parts of the haunt, not counting the dungeon or escape room, so even though the Asylum felt short, the other parts made up for it with enough momentum to keep things interesting the whole time.

Other:
Things have changed so much that at first I didn't recognize I had been here to see Slaughterhouse Horror when they were separate haunts. The amount of work that has been done is truly amazing and made the 2-hour drive well worth the trip.

Overall Impression: 5/5
We truly had an awesome time here. From the props, staged scenes, actors, sections, escape room, etc. It was all just so well done!

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 on: October 08, 2017, 11:40:38 AM 
Started by NCHadmin - Last post by NCHadmin
Midway Wicked Woods
Date Attended: 10/07/2017
Submitted by: Screaming_Diana

Scare Factor:  5/5
Midway has always been one of the trails I get anxious about every year.  Anxious because I know how scary this place can be.  I never know exactly what to expect but I know no matter what show they put on it will be terrifying.  This is a very in your face kind of haunt.  Your personal space will be invaded.  The scares come almost immediately starting with the wagon ride and don't end until the vortex finale.  Their biggest focus is clowns and what is more terrifying than clowns?  NOTHING!  The fact that this haunt takes place in a campground also makes it a bit eerie.  There's just something about old RV campers that give me the creeps.  I often feel the wagon ride and initial house are the strong points and scariest of the haunt but this year I felt the entire trail was equally terrifying.  It was rainy and slightly foggy the night we went but that didn't slow this crowd down they were there to scare and scare they did. 

Actors:  5/5
These actors are an aggressive, in your face, not backing down kinda of crew.  If you show fear you're in trouble because these folks seek out the weak and thrive on their fears.  The more fear you show the more riled up they get.  I avoided looking at them for the most part but the few actors I did see had on very scary masks or nicely detailed makeup.  There were plenty of pop scares but also a lot of stalking and interaction from the actors.  Actor numbers were plenty.  This is a longer haunt and there was a creature or five in every scene.  There was someone around every corner quietly waiting for the right time to make his startling appearance.  I was in the front of our group and received plenty of in your face scares but I also heard screams from the back of our group so it seemed they were also getting plenty of attention.  Once an actor gathered group members names you could here them being chanted all through the woods by actors.  Your name would carry from set to set as the actors happily let their haunting cast members know you were on the way.  Smiley introduced herself in a soft kindhearted voice but don't be fooled as even she would get a bit hot tempered when you didn't follow her exact orders.  I didn't feel safe looking anywhere as actors popped up from everywhere.  I encountered a clown dangling his feet high above my head and several creatures that slithered across the ground.  Several times I was distracted by an animatronic when suddenly an actor would come out of nowhere and scare the pee outta me.  Intense is about the best way I can describe this bunch.

Set Design/Props/FX:  5/5
The haunt begins with a wagon ride to the top of the trail that meets up with the cutest little neon clown car around.  However what's inside that car is anything but cute.  Don't worry you'll get to meet the cars inhabitants up close and personal.  The mean old clowns put on a show and even let you ride on their merry-go-round but it's an evil trick to disorient you just prior to sending you off one by one.  Don't worry you're quickly able to reunite with your group or if you're like me I held on to my friend so tightly they eventually sent us out together.  No way I was going out there alone.  I've been through those woods before I know the scares out there are no joke!  It seemed there were a lot more animatronics along the trail this year.  I usually find good actors much more terrifying than animatronics but I was startled by several of these animatroincs.  They were well placed and a great distraction for an actor to sneak up and finish a scare.  I really like their use of laser lights and their 3D clown room is one of the best.  You must watch where you're going or you'll lose your footing.  I encountered moving floors, a vibrating and moving bridge, and several other squishy and hard to pass floors.  You never know where your next step could lead you.  Their maze is one of the tougher ones to figure out.  It seems as if they can keep you here as long as they'd like.  The maze is pitch black and inhabited with monsters and hanging objects.  My friend said the walls would occasionally shock him as he used his hands to guide our group through the maze. I just held on tight to the back of my friends shirt and hoped for the best. 

Length:  5/5
It's a long haunt.  It took us about 45 minutes to do the entire haunt.  We didn't have a long wait in line but even if you do you'll be frightfully entertained the whole time.  The clowns at the top of the trail make sure of that. 

Value:  5/5
Midway has increased in price to $25 per person or $35 for past pass tickets.  Even with the slight increase in ticket price you are getting a lot of scares for your buck.  Fast pass does allow you to skip the lines but you'll also miss out on a lot of screams as the clowns tend to hang out and terrorize the crowd as they wait to enter. 

Other:
Parking is $2 cash per car.  They do offer concessions at the end of the trail.  We didn't partake in the concessions this year but I heard last year their fried oreos were to die for.

Overall Impression:  5/5
Every year Midway is a destination haunt for our group.  The haunt has an old school feel with some modern props and animatronics mixed in.  This place is alive with some of the most startling and aggressive actors I've encountered at a haunt.  It's a tough crowd to say the least.  You never know quite what to expect.  One member of our group was threatened to be castrated with a tiny bear trap.  I can't say with certainty but I am fairly sure he did not expect that!  This haunt is more adult themed than most so parents beware.  Young children may find it too scary and never sleep alone again.  I've slept with a nightlight on since my visit!  If you're tough enough Midway is a haunt you should make a priority on your must visit haunt list.  Stop in and see if you can survive as the clowns send you off one by one to venture the Midway Wicked woods.

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 on: October 07, 2017, 10:22:09 AM 
Started by SouthernJack89 - Last post by SouthernJack89
Last night i pulled a double and went to both Spookywoods and Trotterville since they just a few miles apart. This review will be for Trotterville

Scare Factor: 5/5 This haunt definitely gets your blood pumping! There is quite literally a scare around every single corner. Each time you think that you have a split second to catch your breath another scare is right there to keep that adrenaline going. Just the sheer number of ghoulies they had packed inside every scene was enough to make anyone scream.

Actors 4/5 The initial scare was definitely there but sometimes the follow through was a little off, sometimes silence is better than trying to carry on a conversation with the customers. With that said Id have to say that 90% of the scenes had amazing screamers and committed actors, something you love to see in any haunt

Set Design 3.5/5  Just the location of this haunt is enough of to creep any haunt enthusiast out. The scenes ranged from hillbilly exorcisms, corn mazes, to clown rooms, All of which had good design and thought but lacked detail that more of your heavy hitters can afford to put up.

Props Special FX 3/5 Some good makeup in places but masks for the most part

Length4/5 35-45 minutes, great length for any haunt

Other 5/5  no charge for parking, not a long wait and super friendly staff

Overall 5/5 Of the two haunts in the Archdale area my vote is definitely for Trotterville, no it doesnt have the hollywood type build and makeup, but what they lack in set design they more than make up for in heart and effort. Nothing beats flesh and blood monsters making you wonder whats around the next turn and afraid to turn around to see if that thing is still following you. I walked away inspired by the performance that the folks at Trotterville put on last night and i will be a repeat offender this year and take a larger group.

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 on: October 05, 2017, 09:38:11 AM 
Started by packbacker - Last post by hauntednorcak
Looking into this as well. Would like to go to a large haunt this year...thinking Netherworld but open to other ideas. Would like to go somewhere with a few good haunts close to each other

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 on: October 05, 2017, 09:21:02 AM 
Started by MrBones - Last post by hauntednorcak
Date Attended: 9/30

Scare Factor: 5/5
Lake Hickory Haunts gets scarier and scarier each year. This year was no different. Lake Hickory Haunts's 2017 production is the scariest incarnation of LHH yet. The location is eerie in itself. The old gas station ticket area gives off a eerie, creepy vibe. The entrance to the haunt and the descent into the midway gives you an awesome overlook of the haunt that allows you to get a preview of what lies ahead. The minute you walk down the path you encounter actors in the midway looking to scare guests before they get into the haunt. The scare factor is intense immediately after entering the haunt. We went in as a group of four, which kept the scares evenly distributed throughout the group. The scares stay consistent all the way throughout the house. There is a good mixture of scene oriented scares in the buildings and more pop scares on the outdoor parts between set scenes. There is no down time away from scares between each set, as there are plenty of actors to terrorize guests between scenes.

Actors: 5/5
The actors at Lake Hickory Haunts are a talented bunch. The actors with speaking roles do an excellent job of portraying their character and scaring patrons. Actors that have pop scares don't just pop out for a quick scare, they follow up and continue to torment people when they see their fear. The clown actors continue to be the highlight for me. The clown outside the clown house was excellent and delivered quick ad-libs (all while walking around on stilts). Actors here do not settle for just simple scares, they follow up and make sure to do what it takes to scare people. Nobody broke character or seemed unenthusiastic. The number of actors here continues to increase. In earlier years, there were dead spots without actors between scenes but this has been addressed in a dramatic fashion as you cannot go more than 20 seconds without encountering an actor anymore.

Sets/Props/FX: 5/5
Lake Hickory Haunts has some incredibly detailed scenes and always has. The lake provides an eerie backdrop for the whole haunt as you circle around it. The animatronics all throughout the houses are excellent. The indoor scenes are incredibly detailed even down to the smell. The use of smells here is something not done in a lot of haunts and it adds an incredible amount of realism to each of the different scenes. For me, Lake Hickory Haunts has always been exceptional in this department. They spend lots of money on props and it shows. The sheer amount of props and detail throughout the haunt is incredible. Each year they just keep adding more and it gets even better.

Length: 5/5
The whole haunt took us about 40 minutes to go through and we moved at a normal pace. The trail circles around the lake and is very very long. The amount of time you spend here can vary because there are plenty of things to do in the midway and you can make a full evening out of the haunt if you want to. Wait times, however do get long. We arrived around 8:00 and waited about an hour and a half before going in, so come early to avoid long waits.

Value: 5/5
$25 on site or $23 online which is a great price for a haunt as extravagant as Lake Hickory. Fast passes are available for $35 which would definitely be worth it late in the season when I could see wait times getting really long. For $50 they have a VIP ticket which I am not sure of all the details of but I am sure it would be worth it.

Other: Parking is $2. There is a wide variety of concessions and merchandise available for sale in the midway.

Overall: 5/5
There is no shortage of scares at Lake Hickory Haunts. Lake Hickory Haunts continues to grow at an incredibly fast pace and is on par with the top haunts in the state after 6 or 7 (?) years in operation. This trail will definitely leave you scared to death or thoroughly entertained. Lake Hickory Haunts is a destination haunt and worth a trip. They continue to grow each year and in a few years Lake Hickory will be the biggest haunt in the state. They change up the haunt each year and it is worth coming yearly to see the changes as well as the growth that occurs each season. LHH is one of my favorites in the state and they will not disappoint. Overall, Lake Hickory Haunts is a great experience and should not be missed for any haunt fan.

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 on: October 04, 2017, 09:06:37 AM 
Started by NCHadmin - Last post by ngbomb2872
Ok, thank you!

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 on: October 04, 2017, 08:58:06 AM 
Started by NCHadmin - Last post by NCHadmin
Darkside Haunted Estates
Date attended:  9/30/2017
Submitted by: packbacker

Scare Factor: 5/5
Screaming, running, and a bit of urination....our group experienced it all!  Within just a few minutes of entering the trail we had one group member isolated between two actors running back and forth and asking to quit.  It only got more intense from there.  Scares this year were extended and instead of a simple pop scare we had actors running and crawling after us in nearly every scene.  If you're not scared you will be thoroughly entertained by the beautiful sets, gory props, and wonder of what's ahead.  Neither The Asylum nor the Slaughterhouse let up on the scares.  In actuality I think the tightest scares of the entire attraction are found in The Slaughterhouse where actors re-appear time and time again to freak out patrons all while animatronic props are triggered left and right.  The hayride section elicited a few shrieks from our wagon-mates but it was a good warm-up for the frights we found at the rest of the attractions.   

Actors: 4.5/5
Darkside has made tremendous strides in their actors since last season.  It used to be that seemingly half the actors were very small children who didn't take scaring people very seriously.  This has changed radically.  The actors on the hayride section are still the least polished group with some timing issues and not enough to give a startle to both sides of the wagon.  That being said, it is an improvement from years past.  The biggest change, however, is on the fright trail.  I didn't notice any young children (guess they all grew up into more hardcore haunters!) and there was palpable difference in their ability to scare groups.  We were chased through entire scenes, had a lot of verbal interaction with multiple actors, and experienced impeccable timing by the pop scare actors.  It was a much more intense experience than in years past.  A lot of the heavy duty actors are in the other two attractions- The Asylum and The Slaughterhouse.  You have several dedicated screamers in the Asylum and every family member in The Slaughterhouse sells their role with flair.  This category is a giant improvement across the board and makes the trail that much scarier!  I should also add a disclaimer that our visit was on only the second night of their season so I even though we had a great show I expect things to ramp up the further we go into October.

Sets/Props/Fx: 5/5
Darkside Haunted Estates may have the best exteriors/facades of all the trails I've visited.  The hayride doesn't just go by dark areas in the woods but rather it traverses an entire old west ghost town.  The trail itself goes through chapels, mansions,  Santa's workshop, a giant clown area, and more.  While the exteriors are fantastic the interiors are just as well decorated.  Darkside features the best bottomless pit I've ever encountered and even though I know it's coming my knees buckle a little bit walking over the bridge.  Costumes are solid and there are some great animatronics.  The Asylum has deliciously decorated medical sets and a great elevator.  The Slaughterhouse one hundred percent captures the essence of a backwoods cannibalistic family.  The circling meat hooks, Grandma rocking back and forth, and the telephone gag make me smile in fanboy delight. 

Length: 5/5
Count on at least an hour to ride the hayride, walk the half mile trail (I swear it's longer!) and then hit up the two smaller attractions on the midway. None of this is accounting for lines which tend to swell later in the season.  You're going to spend some time at this haunt but trust me it's gonna fly by in the best way!

Value: 5/5
Tickets are $20 with a $2 off coupon readily printable from the website.  Note that the coupon is not good on certain nights.  A general admission ticket grants you admission to the main hayride/fright trail and two other stand-alone attractions: the asylum and the slaughterhouse.  Upgrades are available for fast passes or VIPs as well as tickets for the midway attractions.  Twenty bucks goes an incredibly long way here as you're going to spend close to an hour without major lines to hit all three of the attractions.  You just can't beat that!

Other:
Parking is now $2 but is much easier to access and is well lit.  Darkside offers a full midway experience with a walk in gift shop, extended concessions menu, multiple photo opportunities, side attractions including an escape room, zombie paintball, etc., as well as a stage for performances.  From the midway you can access the three attractions covered by a general ticket: the asylum, the slaughterhouse, and the hayride/fright trail.  There are also numerous actors roaming the area for quick scares and photos.  You can easily spend an entire evening here partaking of all their various options.  We visited the escape room which is a very cool tie-in to Mudcats baseball while still remaining seasonal as well as the Dungeon of Torment a quick walk-through haunted area. 

Overall: 5/5
We visited Darkside Haunted Estates on the second night of their season.  Instead of kinks and rough edges we found a highly polished show that one of our group members deemed the scariest yet of the year.  Darkside worked from top to bottom for me.  The midway area is a delight with its various offerings and roaming actors.  You can choose to do the three attractions in any order you'd like so you can avoid lines as needed.  The walking trail is long, well appointed, and significantly scarier than years past.  You still get to experience two additional attractions for the one ticket price and neither of those decrease the scare factor.   With all of the things to see and do at Darkside Haunted Estates it's a fun, easy, and frighteningly fantastic way to spend a fall evening.  Check 'em out!

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 on: October 04, 2017, 07:41:22 AM 
Started by NCHadmin - Last post by NCHadmin
Darkside Haunted Estates
Date attended: 09/30/2017
Submitted by: Screaming_Diana

Scare Factor:  5/5
Darkside was given a huge makeover this year and is bigger and better than ever.  We arrived just before dark and at first glance Darkside appears to be a cheerful place with actors running about in laughter through the midway.  There's a delightful jack-o-lantern propped above the welcoming entrance.  All seemed good until darkness came.  There's a drastic change in mood once the sun fades away. The laughter dies and screams take its place.  Our journey began with a wagon ride through an almost abandoned old western town.  While we experienced plenty of scares along this ride the real terror begins when you're dropped off at the edge of the woods and left alone to travel the woods of Darkside on foot.  Things get pretty intense out there and get even more harrowing once you discover the end of the trail isn't the end at all but the beginning of three other haunts, the Asylum, Dungeon of Torment, and the Slaughter House, each more terrifying than the last. The trail harbors countless buildings each with a different theme so you're sure to run into at least one of your biggest fears.  What are you afraid of? Are you afraid of the dark, clowns, chainsaws, dogs, the dead, those that were once dead but have risen, funeral homes, bridges, trains, planes, Christmas, heights, bathrooms, demons, fire, guts, or elevators?  They've got it all and so much more.       

Actors:  5/5
One of the biggest improvements I found at Darkside was their actors.  In years past they've had a ton of children actors but this year they've amped up their game and have some very talented more mature actors. There's a very noticeable difference in the skill level of the actors this year.  With that said kids still have their place in the haunt world and Darkside knew exactly how to add in the creepy little children at just the right place and time. Pop scares were around every corner but there's also a lot of actor engagement. They'd give you a riddle to answer, chant in laughter at the scaredy cat in the group, or heed warnings about entering their dwelling.  The actors are definitely on point this year.  The make-up, masks, and costumes that I saw all looked fantastic but honestly every time I would open by eyes to take a peek something terrifying was right in my face so I would duck back to safety behind my friend.  Unfortunately, due to my fear, I missed a lot but I did see the costumes of the midway actors and they all looked amazing.  The actors working in the sets by the midway would occasionally pop out of their sets and come terrorize people hanging out in the midway.  While in the midway I met several characters including a demon guarding the Dungeon of Torment, a completely insane clown that I couldn't get away from, and Cousin Levi who bolted out of the Slaughter House and scaring me so bad I left a puddle behind.  It's very obvious these actors are having a good time and truly enjoy what they do.       

Set Design/Props/FX:  5/5
Their sets and props are spectacular from top to bottom.  The church and cathedral facades are some of the best I've seen.  A couple of my favorite optical illusions can be found here.  One being a narrow bridge that appears to be thousands of feet above the ground and the other is an elevator shaft full of mangled body parts. Santa's workshop is brilliant with the colorful lights and creepy little elves however we were disappointed Santa Clause was nowhere to be found in the North Pole.  However we did meet up with Santa later.  He was out spreading his Christmas fear in the midway.  Detail, detail, detail, these sets are detailed.  There's a room that's upside down where everything that should be up is down and everything that should be down is up.  I was very confused and just as I was trying to decide if I was upside down or the room was wrong side up an actor pops out and I was outta there and on to the next terrifying section.  The fog was so thick in areas the only chance you had to escape was to use your sense of touch and feel your way to the exit.  It was terrifying because I wasn't sure we were alone in that fog. If you have a weak stomach you're in for a real treat because things can get very gruesome, bloody, and gross especially in the butcher shop and slaughter house.  I heard members of my group talking about how awesome the slaughter house looked but I only looked up twice I think because it was truly horrifying in there.  I saw someone being sawed in half and I saw blood, lots and lots of blood everywhere.  Oh and be careful with the bell at the checkout counter in the slaughter house.  Ringing that thing leads to nothing good.  I met Justin Beaver and learned all about chitlins.  Things can get fairly nasty when they're dealing with their chitlins.  The Asylum has many sets and props with the elevator being one of their bigger hits.  However I think what makes the Asylum so good is the actors within it.  Many of these actors have speaking parts and do a fantastic job making you feel like you've just entered an old institution with mental patients roaming the hallways.  At one point severed heads started dropping from the sky and bouncing off the ground around us.  I love the lighting throughout the old western town and their use of jack-o-lanterns throughout the haunt.  There's also a real train parked in the town and that's just cool.  We crossed over uneven floors, passed by disorienting walls, and walked through dark mazes all while being stalked by creatures of the night.  They have a ton of things packed into this haunt.   

Value:  5/5
You get a lot for your money here.  Regular adult admission is $20 or you can upgrade to fast pass tickets for $30.  They also offer a $40 ticket package that includes fast pass admission, a t-shirt, and midway tickets.  For other options and discount tickets such as children, group, military, student, and teacher discounts visit their website.

Length: 5/5
This one's gonna take you a while.  You've got a haunted hayride, the walking trail, the Asylum, the Slaughter House, and a ton of things to do and enjoy in the midway.  You could spend all evening here if you'd like.

Other:
Parking is $2 but they offer a $2 ticket discount online so print that coupon out and that will make up for your parking fee. 

Overall Impression:  5/5
I'm not sure there is anything else to do in Middlesex, NC but it's worth the drive out there just for this haunt.  We drove 3 hours and I would've driven further for the amazing experience we received here.  The haunt is super scary but also a lot of fun.  When you come plan to stay a while as the midway is hopping with things to do.  There's an entertainment pavilion that was showing a hula hoop performance while we were there plus there are games, a short escape room, concessions with picnic tables available, a store with merchandise available for purchase, many photo ops, and of course plenty of scary actors roaming about to keep you on edge.  As I was running out of the final house one of the staff members gave me a celebratory high-five for making it out alive.  Darkside is a scary haunt but also has some funny aspects too.  Where else are you going to hear "just like an STD I'm back"?  I experienced a lot of fun, fear, screams, and yes lots of urine.  I can't encourage you enough to check this place out.

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 on: October 04, 2017, 07:40:06 AM 
Started by NCHadmin - Last post by packbacker
ng- check the facebook page for nchaunts.com    I think the majority of tickets will be given away from there this year but stay tuned both here on the message boards and through facebook....

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