We decided to meet up with some friends for another evening at Coffin Creek. This being one of the busiest Saturdays they've had so far. It didn't help that the Scarecrow Trail was closed the entire evening due to the dirt being turned into mud from the rain. The trail is actually in a low lying area because of this any sort of precipitation creates mud. It's a safety concern for visitors. We arrived at 6:45pm. They were slow in starting the redemption for tickets.
Upom receiving our tickets our group headed up to the Hayride. All I can say is the Hayride seemed much improved over our last visit. It seemed there was extra scenery but maybe because I was sitting on the other side of the trailer wagon.
After the hayride we went to Labrnth of the Lost Relics. I was so pleased to see the actual final working product. The first room is so impressive with the working talking mirror. much much better this time around. I can see this becoming my favorite attraction at Coffin Creek but maybe because I've done Chambers of the Mausoleum so many times.
Finsihing those two we hiked back over to Lone Hill Manor which I was a tad disappointed this time. Unlike last visit where it seemed there was plenty of talent this visit found too many places with no one around. I think they need to staff this attraction a little more.
Our last stop Chambers of the Mausoleum. The line was so long but I think the hour and forty five minutes was well worth it. The elevator is amazing because you enter and exit thru the same doorway. Everyone in our group got a scare at least once. Our guide was creepy skeleton dude with a hood and in the coffin room he actually bent down and drew a pentagram which no other guide we've had has ever done that. He just creeped me out in the elevator. Being in the back of the group after the elevator was so much more creepier and the talent sure used that to their advantage. As always Chambers impressed our friends and made their trip and wait worth it.