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Silverwood Theme Park version 3.0

Scarywood 2011 Photo Trip Report from our October 15th Visit!

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The queue and train station also looked very cool again this year.



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Inside the train depot, we meet our crew of zombie hunters. There's a few more this time around! Not to mention the return of Nick Norton as the star of our journey - Sgt. Buzz.



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And there's one of our heroes right there!



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The center car of the train was again equipped with a Gatling gun for zombie hunting. There was also a second Gatling gun hooked up to the front of the train this year.



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Another look at the train cars.



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Inside, the train adorned similar light effects to the 2010 version, but this year, the lights were left rather dim for much of the journey - making it all the more creepy as you wind through the forest.

And what a journey it was! The Zombiewood Express provided guests with yet again a very entertaining (and scary!) presentation. Silverwood built on the concept started last year, adding more zombie attacks than before. The train is first attacked at the village, at the mine, and in the forest heading away from the mine. And just as you enter the clearing at the south end of the airstrip, when you think everything is easing up - the zombies charge the train, yet again! And that's not all; some of the zombies manage to get on the train during your journey - so keep an eye out! Another great surprise was the return of "The King" from the 2010 version - only this time, he's a zombie himself! Basically, this show was awesome this year - we give Scarywood a huge thumbs up for the Zombiewood Express.



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Last but not least - Blood Bayou - the gem of Scarywood in 2010. How did it measure up? Read on...



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Almost immediately upon entering, we noticed that the theming had been beefed up. The entryway to the walkthrough was again the huge gargoyle-like statue above the doors with those two sets of ominous looking eyes. It didn't take long for us to remember just how truly amazing this attraction was last year.


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