Nice!! That's so cool!! Yours look so much cooler than ours. Fright Nights is what we have here at the Playland in Vancouver. I've never been because it's not until late and it's all the way into Vancouver and I refuse to let Em stay with mom-in-law downstairs for even the smallest amount of time. And I have no sane friends that I would leave her with. I did plan on going this year, my mom said she would watch her and just go to work later the next day but with not being 100% I don't want to ask her for that.
J has gone to Fright Nights now for the past few years with his brother. They are going this year too. They say it's the coolest freakiest thing ever.
Post by Millergirl4 on Oct 23, 2009 9:09:54 GMT -5
I think it'll be fun but I hate being outside when it is cold. We are going with Kris brother and his wife and two boys. Kiki is going eventhough they recommend that it is for age 12 and over. She invited a friend and I had to have a talk with this girls Mom lastnight and I made her watch the video of what goes on at Hallowen Haunt. With it being an hour away and we are going with others there is no way that we will pay to get in then leave if the kid gets scared. We are there for the evening. I'm supposed to hear back today from her. ;D
The one thing that may bug me is that the costumed people that work at Halloween Haunt can approach you and get in you face but you are NOT allowed to touch them. I hate people in my personal space - that may drive me alittle mad.
The one in Vancouver looks good too. One day you will have to go, even if you have to wait until Em gets old enough to bring her too. I'd say if I lived there I would look after her but damn I'd likely be going with you but then if we waited a few years Kiki would be old enough to babysit. Can you guys dress up there?
Post by Millergirl4 on Oct 26, 2009 9:13:16 GMT -5
SO MUCH FUN!!!!! ;D
Kiki's friend decided not to go, well her Mom decided that she may not be old enough and she would get scared. Which was fine. I would've hated to get there and had her too scared to go in.
We went with Kris' brother Lewis, his wife Heather and their two boys Mathew(17) and Dana (13) and their two friends. The boys and their friends ended up going off on their own and wanted Kiki to go with them but I said no. Kiki's only 10 and I had heard some horror stories about what goes on there. Kiki was okay with it anyways. She hung out with the parents.
They had the workers there dressed up in scary costumes and had contortionists everywhere just walking around doing their thing. All the 'monsters' (dressed up staff) were allowed to get right in your face and I even got chased and harassed a few times. They had mazes set up all over the place, one was called 'Miner's Revenge'. They drained the White water canyon ride and made it into a mine shaft that got darker and smaller as you went throught it. I tell you if a fat person went through it they may get stuck.
They had a Freakshow going on too with people that swallow swords, knives, eat glass or fire. Really cool! I am thinking we may go next year too but we'll go earlier in October as the place was packed with people.