Sunday, October 10, 2010

Spooky World

          Last night a few friends and I decided to venture to Litchfield, NH and visit Spooky World! Having never been there we were armed with just the information from their website (http://spookyworld.com/). After a little detour on the way there - Stupid phone GPS- we finally arrived. The parking was surprisingly abundant and fairly priced at $10.

          Having bought our tickets online we walked in only to find out that you have to stand in the same line as those who did not purchase their tickets yet to trade them in :(. 45 minutes later we get our real tickets and head off into the darkness. We come up to the first 'haunted house' and decide to get in line. A hour and a few ghostly figures later we it was our turn to enter. It was pretty well put together and amusing for being inside a giant circus tent. After a quick 5 minute jaunt through the house it was all over and I felt a sense of sadness as I wanted more.

          The spooks and clowns walking the grounds offered great entertainment as you wandered around or waited in line. Ranging from dead clowns to giant aliens to crying girls with teddy bears there was no shortage of amusement. The wait time for the houses wasn't that bad, however, with the temperature at a brisk 48° it got cold really fast.

           It made a good night filled with laughs, jumps and fried food. So if you're in the 603 area or surrounding tri-state area definetly check out Spooky World before it leaves!

37 comments:

  1. I had a little baby barf when I saw that zombie guy's costume, lol.

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  2. best zombie costume is the jesus costume!

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  3. now only if they have a gas mask...

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  4. lol those costumes are legit bahaha

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  5. Dude! I went there! It was so cold that I shoved napkins down my pants to insulate myself. But it was so sick. I'd love to work there.

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  6. never tryed... wished there was one near me :(....

    anyway, it was a nice post :D

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  7. spooky! wish i could check it out :-\

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  8. Man, I love haunted houses and just about everything about halloween. Sounds like a good time.

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  9. This is certainly a subset of Everything.

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  10. Seems a good idea, bad thing I'll be very busy kidnapping girls and stealing cars...

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  11. Nice name for a place to hold that kinda thing.

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  12. this is a good follow up post to the previous one

    I have a new post on GTL Everyday too :)

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  13. if only the haunted houses were open here : /

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  14. that bottom guy looks sick. in a good way.

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  15. Those costumes must have taken forever o.o

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  16. That looks fun; I wish they had more halloween-themed things where I lived.

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  17. Good stuff =P Like this blog concept, keep it up!

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  18. Thanks for the comments on my blog :)

    I have new bubbles on Enhanced by MS Paint!

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  19. thats a cool way of looking at it!

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  20. Hope they didn't eat your brains out there

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  21. I need a new Halloween costume :D

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  22. i have never been scared at one of those things, just surprised a couple of times....

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  23. thanks for the comments on my blog!

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  24. Yeah, I'm with the others who say that looked like it would be fun.

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  25. lmao but

    i will not skateboard on the halls.

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