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Silverwood Theme Park version 3.0

Scarywood 2014 Photo Trip Report from our October 10th Visit!

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First up, Total Darkness. Again, the entrance for this was at the first aid/lost and found station near the front of the park.



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The queue leads guests alongside the big grassy field towards the Theater of Illusion. Here at the entrance are pictures of what may lurk inside.



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One cool addition this year is TV screens right at the entrance to the building, which show silhouettes of snakes, spiders, and bugs crawling across the screen. Nice touch!

Inside, no pictures were possible. Again this attraction lived up to its name. Complete and utter darkness. The walk-through was noticably longer than the 2013 version, with a variety of new surprises, including a few spots where you had to walk through what felt like two huge inflatable walls smashed together. We loved this one, as it provides something different and unique at the park, and hope that it continues to be upgraded with new things each year. They've merely scratched the surface of all the things they could do in this haunt to mess with your senses!


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Next, let's talk 3Dementia. Back for its third year, and again housed in the Picnic Pavilion. They moved the coffee stand out to the entrance this time, so that the walk back to the haunt itself didn't require the lengthy detour over to one of the other pavilions. This was just the start of the many great improvements to this attraction this year.



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Leading up to the entrance of the haunt.



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Unlike last year, this haunt was a single walkthrough, instead of two separate paths to take. Inside, an array of optical illusions and 3D images pop out from the walls.



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Much of it was very impressive...some even downright creepy!



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This is the exit ramp of a "moving floor" section, which wobbled around and up and down as you walked across it. The picture shows how flat the ramp was, but with 3D glasses, the floor looked a lot different! It was very hard to walk across this!



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Towards the end, we were thrilled to find the vortex tunnel had returned to its rightful spot, which we applaud. The mirror placement at the end as well as the excellent choice of colored dots gave an amazing effect, making it nearly impossible to keep your balance. We were so dizzy when we got to the end!

In summation, 3Dementia was awesome this year. This attraction had the biggest improvement from 2013 of all the haunts, putting it back on par with its debut in 2012. And as always, it's just plain fun! Great job on this one - we hope to see it continue to return!


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Moving on, The Ancient Ruins was moved to a new spot, between the far turnaround for Tremors and the Log Flume. This marked the first year that Scarywood did not have a haunt located in the drained Thunder Canyon trench.


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