Field of Screams: I Survived All Four Terrifying Attractions - Here's What Happened! #survivethescreams
I've got a creepy story to tell you. I visited Field of Screams in PA, and it was quite an experience. From the haunted attractions to the live bands, this place had it all. Do be aware that these are touch attractions. The actors may move your hair or gently touch you to enhance the fear. If you don't like that idea you may want to visit other haunted attractions that are hands off.
Let's talk about the four different attractions. The first one I went to was the Den of Darkness. As soon as I stepped in, I was greeted by complete darkness. I could hear strange noises and whispers coming from all around me, but I couldn't see a thing. I felt like someone or something was following me, and I couldn't shake the feeling that I was being watched. It was an intense experience.
Next up was the Frightmare Asylum. This one was a bit more intense, as it involved navigating through a maze of twisted corridors and rooms filled with terrifying creatures. The actors really committed to their roles, and I found myself jumping at every turn. I won't spoil the surprises, but let's say there were some disturbing scenes.
The third attraction was the Nocturnal Wasteland. This one took place outside, and it was pretty chilly that night. The combination of the cold air and the creepy set design really added to the atmosphere. I found myself constantly looking over my shoulder, as I never knew when something was going to jump out. The outdoor setting also allowed for some cool special effects. I would say this one was my least favorite of the four. If you need to skip one or two to save money this would be the one to skip.
Last but not least, actually my favorite, was the Haunted Hayride. The hayride was bumpy and fast-paced, and I couldn't help but scream along with the rest of the passengers. It was a thrilling experience, to say the least. I don't want to say too much and spoil the fun.
Now, let's talk about the food. There were plenty of snacks and treats available, like popcorn, candy, and hot chocolate. But if you're looking for something a bit heartier, they also had a food truck serving up burgers, fries, and other carnival-style fare. I didn't have a chance to try everything, but what I did have was pretty tasty.
As for the price, I'd say it's worth it. Tickets start at $33 and higher for general admission, but there are also VIP packages available if you want to skip the lines and get some extra perks. Considering the amount of entertainment you get, it's a pretty good deal.
And last but not least, let's talk about the live bands. Field of Screams had one band playing on the night I visited, and they really added to the atmosphere. The music was dark and moody, and it set the perfect tone for the rest of the experience.
Overall, I'd say Field of Screams is definitely worth checking out if you're into spooky stuff. Just be prepared for some intense scares and a few sleepless nights afterwards.