My daughter and I stayed there expecting to relax
Well Little George kept us up about every night
Shaking our beds, slamming doors ,running and longs stares accompanied by an earthy smell ...
I have NEVER EVER experienced "Ghost" and believe me now I won't laugh nor doubt when others share their "Ghost stories"
Good Bye Charleston this was exhausting and a bit traumatic
Now *that's* spooky!
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"...a headless torso in room 8 which will wake people with his moans and heavy breathing..."
Let's talk about this for a second...
Lane is correct. I will not go this waste of cash. I went with my wife a year or two ago and it was not scary at all. You need to step out to Hollywood at St. Pauls haunted hayride for the real scare, although I think it is now over with unfortunately , and this was the final year.
An absolute waste of time and money. Don't think I could have been any more disappointed. Way to run a racket providing no scare at all at outrageous prices.
www.nightmareontheharbor.com offers $500!
I experienced the Boone Hall Fright Night in 2008, The House that Saw Built and the other two attractions. I cried like a baby I was so scared. I screamed to the point of losing my voice. By the last half of the second "house" I buried my face in my Mom's hoody and didn't look up until we were out. It was my 30th birthday, I will never, ever go to Fright Night again. That being said, it was THE BEST "haunted" houses and hayride I have every experienced. This team really knows how to make nightmares a reality.
Damn that's a painful read.
Well don't do us any favors by going through ALL of the attractions before giving your shitty review. Maybe you should stick to writing about celebrity weddings...
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