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Comments for House-by-house review of Howl-O-Scream 2014 at Busch Gardens Williamsburg, serving up freaky new favorites

4 Comments

  1. justsayinh

    They put the ho in howl-o-scream

  2. JT

    Actually, acrophobia is the fear of heights. Agoraphobia is a fear of being in public situations where you feel unable to escape. So yeah, that’s basically the entire park, lol.

  3. Lily

    I was extremely disappointed. There weren’t many actors, and the ones who were seemed to keep to themselves. The makeup looked unprofessional & was very similar to the face paint that visitors could get done during the day. The costumes looked like what you could buy @ a Halloween store. The actual haunts themselves were extremely tame & nothing was too unexpected. There were also multiple breaks in the illusion of whatever seen it was supposed to be (workers talking, rooms with bare floors/walls/ceilings, etc) There were a few good actors, but for the budget that I’m sure Busch Gardens has, it was very disappointing. There were (some) great themes, but not necessarily great execution. I wouldn’t be so disappointed if the waits weren’t mostly over an hour long & it wasn’t so hyped up.

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