Dont get the good reviews. Ok I have heard this on used to be better and there are not many recent reviews so maybe thats it. Now, this is a big waste of $, Not scary at all. props and scenes are great, but that is not my thing at all. there are not many actors at all, just scenes. I did give it two strars because the vary few actors that were there, dd a really good job.If they would add some actors, and i mean lot more, then this place would be great. as it is though it was about the worst one i have been to, i would not have even given it two star if i would not have been so impressed by the few and very few actors.
Worst haunted house I have been to in a long time!. It wasn't worth the $12. There was a long slow moving line and it seemed like there was only 4-6 actors through the whole thing. The rest was just props. There was also a small maze thing in the middle. I didn't get lost once and found my way through it in 5 minutes. The place was huge, but it only took us 20 minutes to get through it. I only got scared once and that was because a little girl had an outfit that blended in with the wall. My advice would be to go to Slaughter House which is maybe 10 minutes away, way scarier and two dollars cheaper.
Death row was amazing!. this was an amazing haunted house. it really didn't scare me that much except for one scene that made me uncomfortable. the actors interact with you. i wore a nirvana shirt, and one of them sang "turn the lights out, this is dangerous!" if you are obviously not scared, andthey can see that you won't be scared, they will joke around with you. that's a con, i guess if you don't want the actors to be nice. i have so many funny stories to tell about it, i wont even begin. for a normal person this will probably freak you out. i loved seeing the people in front of me scream! i highly recomend this!
Death Row Best Haunted House In Middle Tennessee!. I found death row to be the best haunted house around I've been to a few so far. But this one takes the cake. I love the characters the make up and every thing. I do love the fact of how the characters put their best effort into it to scare you and you can tell that by looking at them. I love the scenes also in the haunted house they're very spooky and they fit perfectly. When I went to death row the had jig saw on a lil tricycle funny thing is that the guy playing hin is a grown man lol That's why I say this haunted house is better than the rest!!!
Don't go ALONE!. Well I am not bias but I can say that Death Row Haunted Prison is worth the 10 bucks. It takes over 1 hour at peak times to get thru line, pay ten dollars, wait 15 more to go to the Judges Chamber, and then here we go... hope you brought a change of clothes. You will laugh, cry, scream, and possibly *** your pants! Although it used to be in an actual prison back in the day, the building that it is in now has a connection to the prison. If you only knew the history. I have read other people's views and I can say that you can't beat 45 minutes of terror for 10 $. Alot of haunted houses in Nashville have not changed their scenes in over 10 years. Death Row changes them almost yearly. That's alot of hard work and dedication. If you think that it was lame, you should have came between the hours of 7 and 10 when the actors are in their prime. People do get tired from time to time. Geez. Anyways I think everyone should check it out this season. Tuesday and Wednesday are the last days of this season. BOOOOOO!
HORRIBLE! WASTE OF MONEY! NOT SCARY!. BIG WASTE OF MONEY!! there is nothing scary in there.. its all dolls in like torture chambers.. nothing interesting or even real looking.. they have maybe 10 people that walk through or try to jump out at you and they are not even scary!! and even though it comes up with searches on haunted prisons in nashville it is not a prison.. it is a building in an industrial park.. BIG BIG BIG BIG BIG LETDOWN..
Don't waste ur money. I'm sorry but this haunted prison or whatever it's suppose to be sucked. I haven't been to a huanted house in 5 1/2 years. I had always heard goods things. Well I guess those people that I'v heard it from are scardy cats cuz I walked threw the whole things and didnt get scared once. Come on I'm sure ya'll could have done better. There was to many props and not enough actors. I believe I had read a sign at the entrence that the actors wouldnt touch us as long as we didnt touch them. Well plaese tell them they need to keep their hands to them selves.
WHY BOTHER?. Two words...DON'T GO!!!!! The actors did not EVEN attempt to scare you, but the clowns and their horns were cute! The actors just seemed to stand there and ignore every opportunity to scare you. Basically, don't go unless you're just seeking exercise...that I did get for my $10. No frights...plenty of walking!
death row on friday night. I went with some friends on Saturday 9/29/06. I have never had so much fun at a haunted house. The props and the actors are great. I was leading the way and I had my arm held out so that the girls could link on to it. Well, there was a guy standing in the corner in a long black robe and he actually took my arm and showed me where i was supposed to go. It was scary and exciting at the same time. Im usually not that brave. I was mad at myself the whole night because I didnt even ask him his name or anything. That was my second time going. I am going back again. It is one of the best ones i have been to. If anyone that works there reads this my e-mail is gjdb@aol Please contact me asap!
This haunted house (at the old prison) was really haunted!. I worked at Death Row: The Haunted Prison in the 1996 season. My name is Evan Adams. Here was the first and only time I've ever witnessed a ghost. There were many workers/actors at the old prison who also witnessed very strange, ghostly activity. A friend and I were working in a hallway, waiting for people to come down a stairwell so we could scare them (below the electrocution scene room). All of a sudden, we hear these chains rattling that were on one of the cell doors very loudly and pretty close to us where no one was. We freaked and ran. I have no doubt that what we heard was a ghost of some kind. I will never forget it. Many other workers/actors heard and possibly saw ghosts, as well. One woman (the loud cafeteria lady) was crying outside one night after seeing what she described as a floating "person" coming toward her with a pig-like face. She was absolutely terrified. I think I would have been equally as frightened.