I Survived ‘Terror 29′ Haunted House
I have a love/hate relationship with Haunted Houses. Every year I end up screaming my face off!
Like everything else in the world these days, Terror 29 Haunted House is doing things a little differently this year to keep the visitors and actors safe.
First off, you can schedule a time and buy tickets ahead of time so you're not waiting in line.
Second, masks are required.
Third, the groups are staggered so that railings and surfaces can be cleaned in between parties.
Fourth, there is even a virtual option. You can get the crap scared out of you from the comfort of your own home.
Fifth, there are sanitizing stations at the beginning and end of the experience.
Personally, I enjoyed having a scheduled time. No waiting in line? Yes, please.
I've been to quite a few haunted houses in my time and I must say I've never been through one that gave me 3D glasses! There were some really cool effects in this haunted house!
Terror 29 has some of the most interactive actors in this Haunted House. I've never been talked to and followed so much in a haunted house ever! These actors basically stalked me through the whole thing. It didn't help that I ended up at the back of our group so I got followed out of every room. It was fine. I'm fine. Everything is totally fine.
I want to tell you about my favorite part, but I don't want to ruin the scare! You'll just have to check it out for yourself.
Terror 29 is located at 25753 Cottonwood Avenue. It's basically out in the middle of nowhere, which just adds to the scariness of it all.
For more information, you can check out their website or Facebook page.
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