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Scarywood 2017 Photo Trip Report from our October 13th Visit!

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Well folks, after a brief hiatus in 2016, the Roller Coaster Alley crew made it out to Scarywood this October. Scarywood's ninth iteration certainly packed a punch, as we've come to expect, especially with the brand new Planet Zombie attraction. You'll read more on that later...for now, on with the photos!


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The entry banner over the highway tunnel now dons the Scarywood logo.



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Approaching the entry plaza, even this decorative gazebo is decked out with fog machines and creepy lighting.



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We'll start out with a few of the scare zones. Clown town is always a favorite of ours, and this year was no different. The props and scares start right as you enter Country Carnival.



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As in past years, the entryway is guarded by all the hanging clown animatronics.



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The park does a great job with the lighting and immersive feel to this scare zone.



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More lighting throughout the scare zone.



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Over by Panic Plunge, the Scarecrow Alley was very well themed, as usual.

We weren't able to snag many more good shots of the scare zones, but for good reason. The entire park this year seemed so incredibly englufed in fog from all the fog machines, it was often impossible to see as much as the person in front of you! This added tremendously to the great atmosphere throughout the entire event, and was noticably better than in years past. Thumbs up on excellent scare zones and tons of fog!


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Moving along to the haunts, there were two back in the Picnic Pavilion area this year: Total Darkness, and 3-Dementia, which is pictured here. Look closely in the background, and you'll catch a glimpse of Aftershock's loop.



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The main facade for 3-Dementia, with music blaring as usual.



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We loved the two...that's right, TWO spinning tunnels this year. The first of which was placed towards the start of the attraction. These are very disorienting, especially with the 3D Glasses


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