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Silverwood Theme Park version 3.0

Scarywood 2012 Photo Trip Report from our October 13th Visit!

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The Zombiewood Express pulls into the station. A chill always runs down our spines every time we see this thing come barreling through the darkness - it just looks so creepy, and awesome!



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The menacing steam engine, ready to pick up another group of riders.



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Another angle of the locomotive.



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The train was again equipped with two machine guns - one here on the front of the train, the other in the middle car.



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Each car was decked out as usual, and looked great!



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Here you can see the second gun atop the middle car.



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One nice addition was the new sound system throughout the train - this made the entire experience much more enjoyable!



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We even managed to snag a shot of Nick Nor....er...Sgt Buzz - our lead Zombie Hunter for the night.

The journey aboard the Zombiewood Express is just what we've come to expect. A few new surprises and zombie scenes add to the fun, as well as the addition of ELIZU - the train's AI computer voice, who guides, tracks, and warns the crew of any upcoming danger. Again, the new sound system really makes a difference. And as we've said before - you just can't go wrong with Nick Norton as the star of this show. His entertainment skills really make this attraction what it is. Be warned however - they aren't kidding around with the profanity warning - the Zombiewood Express is definitely not for young ears!



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Let's move on to the two scare zones - first being the "Gallery of Strange Oddities" back in the Coaster Alley area. This consisted of several small booths, photo-ops, and other exhibits to look at.



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First was the Fortune Teller booth. We decided to skip the line - but it seemed to be the most popular attraction in this scare zone.


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