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  1. GrahamSHAZAM

    GrahamSHAZAM Rookie

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    Yeah, it's a fun experience. I agree that it can be a bit pricey but I definitely want to go back again some day.
     
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    Jakemeister Premium Member

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    Something that I thought was really cool was right before you go upstairs there was this picture with some haunt icons on it. Leatherface, Freddy, Jason....and JACK! No kidding. Go the house and check it out.
     
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    It was a entertaining little haunt, however, we did the house on the Hauntcon Tour and I am sure it was way understaffed at 8:00 in the morning.
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    Jakemeister Premium Member

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    It was kinda understaffed at 8pm on a Monday too. There couldn't have been more than 2 actual actors doing the scaring if not just one. Which means that guy gets even more kudos from me.
     
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    Thanks for the reviews, everyone. I've walked by the Haunted Grimm House dozens of times and I always consider checking it out. Now that I know it's worth a visit, I may check it out during my next visit. :thumbs:
     
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    How much was it? I might check it out next time I'm down there
     
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    $12.50, $10 with the coupon on their website.
     
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    From Screamscape:
     
  9. pankthesnake

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    Not sure about the sling shot, but the Skycoaster is part of Fun Spot next door. Prices are $40 for a single rider, $35 each for two or $30 each for three.
     
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    2010: Wizarding World of Harry Potter...

    2012: New Fantasyland...


    2013: NEW TOWN (now with extra crunchy corn dogs)
     
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    Wow, the new ride at Fun Spot America is insane looking:

     
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    Teebin Legendary Member

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    Head Rush or Mouth Puke 360?

    Some of the attractions that some of you find attractive astounds me.
     
  15. maxairmike

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    Meh, it's just a different manufacturer's production of a HUSS Frisbee that goes all the way upside down, basically. I've been on a similar, non-inverting version at a county fair, and while they do run a little faster (because they have a decently smaller swing radius), the feeling wasn't all that different from maXair or Delirium. I imagine this wouldn't be much worse, if at all, compared to those two rides. Maybe I'll have to head over and give it a spin sometime.
     
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    LOL. I am so focused on another thread, I thought this was a clever analogy regarding American or British politics! Sorry for the disrupt.
     
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