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Silverwood Theme Park version 3.0

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

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Inside, there were some great creatures and monsters that really popped out of the walls with the 3D effects!



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Bright colors and fun effects throughout the entire haunt.



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It's hard to capture the full effect with a camera, but literally everything seems to jump out at you.



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One of our favorite spots - this hallway with the walls that move in and out.



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As usual, it was hard to tell the difference between what was real, and what was just painted on the walls!



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More monsters and creatures were added this year.

As we've come to expect, 3-Dementia is a great, fun haunt, that is totally different in it's look and feel than everything else at Scarywood. Now in it's sixth year, it's really become a favorite of ours, with it's "madhouse" feel, bright lights and colors, and blaring dance music. We'll also take a moment here to comment on Total Darkness. As usual, no photos are even remotely possible inside this haunt, for obvious reasons! While we enjoyed it, the attraction felt more or less the same as it has in previous years. It's great fun, espeically hearing everyone literally freak out as they try and feel their way along the walls to find their way out. The new location in the Picnic Pavilion area was nice, as it spread the crowds out a little more, relieving the usual congestion that's found in the front of the park.


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Moving along, here you can see the queue outside of Caved In. Notice how dark it is? It gets even worse inside!

Caved In was again an excellent walk-through haunt. The attraction seemed longer than we remembered it from 2015. Inside, you'll find incredibly thick fog, and lights flickering on and off the entire way towards the end. It really does feel like you're trapped in an underground cavern, wondering if at any moment the walls will start closing in. Well done!


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While standing in line for Blood Bayou, we couldn't help but notice how empty the Train Station area seemed without the Zombiewood Express and all its associated decor. On the other hand, the absence of the train allowed for the Blood Bayou queue to utilize more of the space down at the end of the platform.

As for the Blood Bayou haunt itself, what more is there to really say about this haunt than how amazing it is? While it was mostly the same as previous years, a few of the sets inside were changed up, and the themeing was top notch. This one never seems to disappoint, and it seemed like the rest of the guests agreed as this continues to have one of the longest lines in the park all night long!


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If it seemed like we skimmed through our reviews of all the "repeat haunts" from prior years, it's because we've got a ton of photos for you on the new haunt - Planet Zombie! Here's the entryway, located over by Corkscrew.



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Past the entryway, the themeing and sets are incredibly impressive. Check out this facade. Folks...this is just the queue/preshow area!


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