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

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Inside another tent were a few photo ops - this one with either the Congo Gorilla or the Elephant Man.



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Sadly, while we were there, the Congo Gorilla wasn't present. There were a few other strange sets to look at - needless to say, "odd" was a good choice for the name of this area.



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One of the outdoor exhibits. Though the baby hand is fake - that snake is defintiely real!



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Here, a "Joker" DJ played lots of fast dance music. We saw lots of people having fun dancing the night away.



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Another booth here employed some really cool optical illusions to display a human head kept alive. It really looked like this scare-actor's head was just sitting on the table by itself!



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Careful not to get too close to this one, or you're in for a surprise!



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Over at the clown scare-zone, more cool lighting effects really made for some great photos!.



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It was easy to get lost in all those flashing lights, and not notice the clown actors that had snuck right up by you. Extra props to the guy on the unicycle who managed to maneuver his way around freaked out guests who were darting every possible direction!

Excellent job with the scare zones for sure. Oddities felt a bit bare in certain areas, but we liked the variety it provided to the rest of the park. No doubt Silverwood will improve on this concept in future years - and it was a great use of the space they had back in the Coaster Alley area.



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Next up, the new attraction for the year - 3Dementia - where we get to enter the mind of Rusty Sprocket.



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The outside was a simple facade of an old looking house. This was the construction site we posted some pictures of a few months ago. The park definitely got an early start, and it looked really creepy!


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