A Fracas on Devil’s Night

We got a later start than we had originally intended which cost us a visit to Rotten Manor for the time being but Devil’s Night 2015 turned out to be another fun entry in our haunted history.

All was quiet when we arrived at our first stop — Terror on the Boulevard, a home haunt in Lincoln Park. The little haunt was neatly themed, well detailed and an all around good time. Brave trick r’ treaters should be aware that it will be open once again tonight from 7-10pm so don’t miss your chance to confront the Boogeyman!

Our next stop was Hush in Westland where the once mighty corporation was found in a ruinous state. Dr. Phun may be dead but the halls of Hush had no shortage of creepy crawlers — I was even assailed from above by a diminutive pygmy creature! The back-end of the attraction in particular was positively littered with freaks and ghouls who dialed it up to ten as all hell broke loose!

The final stop of the night was a return to Dark Legacy in Wixom, now in their second season. The haunt had been fitted with new scenes, gags and a completely redesigned Fang Cemetery. In particular we enjoyed a handful of inventive scares, several highly detailed scenes and the cast which we found to be collectively superior to their 2014 counterparts.

Full reviews to be posted in the coming weeks.

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2 Responses to “A Fracas on Devil’s Night”

  1. Renee Grignon Says:

    I am very proud of my son Adam Grignon for building “Terror on the Blvd.” I get so excited every year to see what he comes up with. This was our 10th year and it is a free admission haunt. Wish more people would show up on Devil night. He has such a good time with his friends–scaring all the people.
    Renee Grignon

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