Ghostly Playgrounds & Twisted Fairy Tales

The Psycho Path had a few tricks up its sleeve last night; the mischief began with a bit of role reversal when the back of the haunt became the front of the haunt. That’s right, if you attended the show last year, you can expect to experience Psycho Path in reverse this season. Every turn had been flipped, each room had been flopped — it felt as if we’d been imprinted on a photo negative in an alternate dimension.

All in all, it was another good effort from the team at The Psycho Path highlighted by wicked makeup, elaborate costumes and a collection of broken dolly girls (had Gerkins been present his heart would’ve been all aflutter). I dare say, The Psycho Path also boasted more actors per square foot than any other haunt we’ve ever visited. This location is not without its shortcomings but it does a lot of things right and is loaded with heart and potential.

The second haunt of the night was an old staple of the region — Realm of Haunted Minds. In addition, customers can enjoy an array of Halloween decorations and some tasty vittles inside the country store before a trip through the haunted house. As an added bonus, the Huron Turkey Farm has erected a miniature, haunted landscape that included a schoolhouse, jail, barbershop and even a two-story castle complete with slide! And that is just to name a few. This was a charming, whimsical touch enjoyed by kids and big kids alike.

As always, Realm of Haunted Minds delivered a fun experience fueled by jump scares, an unpredictable floor plan and a few memorable characters. This is a great place with something to be enjoyed by people of all ages and in my opinion is an underrated location on the Michigan haunt scene.

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