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Scarywood 2015 Photo Trip Report from our October 16th Visit!

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Seven years of Scarywood. Can you believe it? The annual October event at Silverwood truly is just as much a part of the park as Boulder Beach. While 2015 boasted many of the same attractions as the previous two years, some new attractions and surprises were added in as well. How did it measure up? Read on to find out!


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Starting at the entryway plaza, this gazebo was fenced off as usual. We didn't notice the fog machine going this time around, but the effect was still great. An ominous foreshadow to what lay ahead.



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Plenty of guests lined up in the plaza area, eager to experience an evening of scares.



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One of the nine foot monsters came through the lines, providing some entertainment while we waited.



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Inside the park, we'll start out over at 3-Dementia, located in the picnic pavilion area, as it has for the past few years.



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The main facade seemed a bit lonely with no sign of Rusty Sprocket. But the entry door itself looked quite promising, and the techno-dance beats were blasting through the air./



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The attraction had really been beefed up with some extremly bright colors and 3D effects. This first hallway really looked amazing with the glasses on!



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These evil clown faces are also a great effect in 3D.



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More great effects and sets throughout.



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One of our favorite spots with these cones that stick out from the walls.



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Many of these sections were so well done it was hard to tell what was real and what was just 3D.


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