and you might not be either!
While searching for water they stumbled upon an abandoned mine and never came back out...come explore the mine and see what happened to poor Jack and Jill.
Hopefully you'll be lucky enough...to make it out...ALIVE!!!
Coming to Phoenix Indoor Karting this October!!!
Reserve your ticket now @ www.haunted-hill.com!
Limited tickets available!
Every day from 12PM to 5PM we offer family friendly exploration of the haunt without the scares. For just $5 per person you can walk through the spooky sets. Great for kids!
Tickets available at the front desk
Haunted houses are a fun part of Halloween. Here are some tips from a haunted house actor about the etiquette and common sense of going through a haunted house.
When planning to attend a Haunted House think about your attire. Close toed shoes are a better option (sneakers, etc). With all the jumping by yourself or your group, toes often get stepped on. There may also be items you can stub your toes on.
If you do go through more than once, don't be obnoxious about how much you now know about the house. Try to enjoy it as you would a new house.
If an actor tells you something, such as "Wait", "Move faster", "Wrong way" etc.
, listen to them.
Be aware of when a house closes. If it closes at, say, midnight, do not show up at midnight. The actors will be preparing to leave, and the house will probably already be shut down.
A haunted house is usually only as scary as the surprises that it holds. Going through more than once can ruin the experience for you and the actors, unless you are respectful on your subsequent ventures and are there to appreciate the things you might have missed the first time through.
Remember, most actors, this is their JOB. As you are leaving their room, or the whole park for that matter, tell the ticket booth who did a good job. It makes the "monsters" feel appreciated and will continue to do better.
Making fun of actors or attempting to break their character is neither witty nor amusing.
Don't try to be a tough guy. Don't be insulting to and/or hit the actor because they scared you. You paid money for them to do that. If you can't handle it, stay home.
Don't tell actors "stop scaring my kid(s)". If you think your kids can't handle it don't go in. If your kids can't handle it chicken out. You ruin everyone in the groups good time as well as the actors good clean fun when you get angry for forcing your child into something they can't handle.
Most houses will allow you to request a "low" scare or a "high" scare if you feel the need. Please do not request a low scare unless you've got small children with you, and do not request a high scare if you can not handle it.
As stated above, do not touch the actors. Do not hit the actors. Do not kick, push, bite, slap, lick, scratch or otherwise assault actors. The same goes for mannequins, which could be an actor pretending to be fake.
Don't bring flashlights. Bringing flashlights ruin the whole effect that most houses often try to create. It spoils the thrill for not only you, but your entire group.
Do not run. You could destroy the house or hurt yourself and others.
If you are prone to striking out when frightened, do not go through a haunted house. The actors do not want to be punched in the face for doing their jobs any more than you do. If you meant to do it or not doesn't matter. If you can't control yourself, then stay home. Some "hitters" find that keeping their hands in their pockets can keep them from reflexively lashing out. You might see if that works, but do so before you go.
Unless you yourself are on fire, no smoking in the house.