Let’s just say that we both loved it. I might have loved it just a tad more but we both had a blast and created a picture that will last a lifetime.
After riding the Steel Eel, we walked into Howl-O-Scream. It was incredible. Entertainers were setting the stage for the attractions ahead. Halloween makeup and costumes galore. I do have to say that this area of the park is not the best (in my opinion) for children under the age of 12. Maybe even older. Jerry got scared more than once, and I just couldn’t contain myself from watching her. She is an individual who does not like being scared. And for some reason, I find joy when others are losing their cool so to speak. We found our way to collect our Fear Pass. We didn’t want to wait in lines and plus we got VIP seats to the Shamu show. A must see!
There are five different haunted houses, that is if you can take all five of them. The newest attraction is Unearthed Scarlett’s Revenge, ICU: Intensive Cursed Unit, Prey: Where the Hunter Becomes the Hunted, Frightmare Forest and SOS: Clowns in Control. As we made our way through each of the haunted houses we were more and more impressed. I do have to say that the newest attraction Unearthed had to be my favorite. From the scares and creepy clowns, we were ready for a little sit down show. Shamu here we come!
Next we headed to the late night Shamu show, and I had to say this…. It was the best Shamu production that I have ever seen. By far my favorite. The lights, music and all around presentation was phoenominal. I want to take the kids back just for that show.
Don’t trick yourself, treat yourself.