Quick Picks: Legends of the Fog disappoints
Between the herd of ten year old boys growling at me through Carsin’s Manor, the lack of storyline through the haunted hayride, and the blinding, blurring, headache-inducing strobe lights of Sinster Circle, Legends of the Fog proved unworthy of the wait and ticket price.
The three different attractions that make up Legends of the Fog were each disappointments in their own way. There is Sinister’s Circle, a circus full of creepy clowns that pop out from behind every dark corner. The clowns are scary, but the strobe lights are the worst part. I spent the entire time running into strangers because there were flashing lights and fog, which made it almost impossible to see. Sinister’s Circle turned out to be a complete blur.
The haunted hayride lasted for only about 15 minutes and lacked creativity. The hayride had clowns, zombies and creepy creatures coming right up into your face to scare you. Although there were parts that were scary, there was no story that went along with it, so it seemed slightly pointless.
Carsin’s Manor was supposed to be an orphanage of possessed children. It had the potential to be terrifying, but the attraction was run by children who ran around the entire time growling in my ear. This attraction took about 15 minutes to walk through.
In the past, you could choose the specific attractions you wanted to visit and only purchase tickets for them, but now you are forced to purchase a $25 ticket for all three attractions.
You must stand in a line for each attraction in the order described above. All three attractions, including wait times, took less than an hour to complete. I would have preferred it to be much longer and more creative.
All in all, I would suggest saving your money and trying another place in lieu of Legends of the Fog.