Screamers during the day.
The final walk through haunted house was actually in two parts, and of course I got the full package because who knows when I am going to be in Canada again. We headed down the opposite end of Victoria Boulevard, crossed over Cliff Avenue and made our way to Screamers. This ride was sort of set up in-between some stores on a little strip mall. This ride was the most expensive of all the rides so I guess we were expecting a pretty intense experience. We purchased our tickets and waited for the stop light to flash green before we could enter. We needed to wait because these rides were all timed.
Screamers at night.
We entered another pitch black ride and made our way following the disappearing red lights which led us into actors jumping out at us and various frightful scenes that would appear and disappear. This ride was a psychological fright factory similar to the Nightmares haunted house.
One part that scared Sandee was when we were completely enclosed in a black tiny room with no doors for over a minute. She was getting freaked out because it lasted so long. This ride is another example of the psychological rides of Canada, which you would rarely find in the U.S. On a scale of 1 through 5, I give this haunted attraction a 4.
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