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Oct 24 2012   9:36PM GMT

Haunted House

Colin Smith Colin Smith Profile: Colin Smith

This year I decided to go to a haunted house. I thought it would be a lot of fun and I was hoping that it would be scary as well.So I went to the 13th Floor here in Phoenix. This is supposed to be one of the better haunted houses in the country. I got some friends together and we all took off. My wife also joined us, she is a scaredy cat, so I thought at the very least it would be fun to see her scared. We bought VIP tickets so that we would not have to wait in line and it also included a second haunted house that is all Zombies.

We arrived and we all expected great things and perhaps that was the issue. I went in with High hopes and they were dashed. Nothing about it was scary at all, in fact one of the actors that should have been scaring me asked if I was having a good night. Nothing scary about a creature asking if you are having fun… ooo I was shaking. So we went through, and I will say that the sets they had were well done and even the actors, for the most part, did a good job. It just was not scary. It was predictable for one thing and they shove you in so close together that they do not have a chance on timing the scares correctly for ever group that is in the house. So if this is one of the tops in the country, save your money and rent a scary movie instead. I have been more scared after watching a movie then I was walking through the haunted house.

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