WHAT HAPPENED TO THE OLD PRISON?.
I was very disappointed! What happened to the old prison? That was always my favorite
"house" to go to. The new one just isn't worth the time or money. No where near the effect of the real "Prison".
The former Prison for the Criminally Insane becomes a haunt you will never forget..
Iron bars. Concrete floors. Sounds like the perfect Friday night date, or maybe just a good excuse to hold hands. If your imagination has ever taken you to the jagged edge of the unthinkable events that take place on death row, satisfy your darkest curiosities at the Sanitarium of Slaughter. But don't eat off any metal plates sitting around on the floor. Unless, of course, you're hungry for your last meal.
the job was done. My boyfriend and I went last Sunday at about 7:30 pm and let me tell ya we both got scared. Since we went at that time no one was really there and we walked alone instead of a group. Everytime that someone jumped out, we didn't expect someone to be there. I was really afraid during the chainsaw part, b/c I HATE chainsaws....Sound, Smell, Sight, and just the feeling of being around them period. I have to admit that he did a good job of scaring me but he took it TOOOOOOO far. I was crying like a baby and he still kept on. I was to the point that I couldn't breathe and he wouldn't stop. that was the only reason I will probably NEVER go back
Not recomended!. When hyped about this place I was under the impression i was going to a profession Haunted House, like the one down town, Slaughter House. Instead when I get there and pay my 10 dollars, I am reminded quickly of when my middle school try to make a haunted house in the gym. The actors where not only bad, but when I wasn't scared they called me vulgar names. Granted the clowns were funny but sadly not scary.
Death of A Legend. This place has only gotten worse over the years. This year, it took a nosedive as the old prison was torn down and the haunted house had to be relocated. It now goes on in a "factory" which appears to be an old production line because you can easily see the tracks on the ceiling. Whoever said It was more like a museum was dead-on. The clowns were good, but that was about it. There was no maze, no freddy, or michael myers, and the 2nd (original) tunnel is missing. Truely a waste of $10
boooo!. Boooo! The only boo, you'll hear in this haunted house is the booos from other unsatisfied customers walking through the endless, museum like haunted house. You walk for over an hour looking at scenes of fake dead bodies. For the most part, the people who were dressed up just walked around. The were not having anyfun trying to scare any body, with the exception of a few spooks. If you have little kids, they will enjoy it, its not too scary.
Unbiased first timer. Went to Death Row and then to Slaughterhouse, both good. I rate Death Row at 8.5 and Slaughter House at 7. You will have fun at either, especially, from what I observed, if you have a date that screams easily. I doubt that any of these houses will be better than Death Row if for no other reason than you get a good solid hour of fun at Death Row Haunted Prison. It is huge and great atmosphere run by police. Slaughter House about half hour.
Death Row. Oh my goodness! This haunted house was one of the worst! It wasn't even scary..It didn't have many actors..and it was so crowded you could barely walk through it. I hope they improve!
Crazy for the Insane. Every year my friends and I make it a priority to check out haunted houses. This year our favorite was the Haunted Prison. It was great. It wasn't too crowded, the service was great, and it was definately a thrill! I wanted to go through a second time!