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Yeah its very sad but I don't think i'll be getting on AE anymore after this season. It was terribly rough and jerky.
I've discovered that in the front, after dark with sunglasses on to make it totally dark makes AE a really great ride..

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I was... um, I mean, Sam was... the host of Slaughterhouse on Saturday, counting out the groups and letting them in the door.  As she was going into the door, the last woman in a group asked Sam, "Didn't this building used to be Tomb Raider?"  Sam asked her back "Does this building really look tall enough to you?"

The guy at the front of the next group started laughing and Sam said "Just look at this building..." (pointing to Slaughterhouse) "...compared to THAT building!" (pointing to Madame Fatale's/The Crypt/Tomb Raider).

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26 minutes ago, XGatorHead 8904 said:

I was... um, I mean, Sam was... the host of Slaughterhouse on Saturday, counting out the groups and letting them in the door.  As she was going into the door, the last woman in a group asked Sam, "Didn't this building used to be Tomb Raider?"  Sam asked her back "Does this building really look tall enough to you?"

The guy at the front of the next group started laughing and Sam said "Just look at this building..." (pointing to Slaughterhouse) "...compared to THAT building!" (pointing to Madame Fatale's/The Crypt/Tomb Raider).

GP is evolving they are figuring their own comments out.

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On 10/4/2019 at 3:29 PM, Cmhornblessed said:

I've discovered that in the front, after dark with sunglasses on to make it totally dark makes AE a really great ride..

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I really need to try this next season... I already love Adventure Express Night Rides and this may make them better! B)

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I remembered another one from this past weekend: I / Sam the Butcher was letting groups into Slaughterhouse and a couple with two small children, about 3 and 5 years old, came up with the children wearing No Boo necklaces.  I told the mom, "Just to let you know, the No Boos aren't valid in the houses and you have to turn them off."  The mom proceeded to turn the daughter's No Boo off and told her "Don't worry, they won't scare you, they'll still be able to see it."  I told her "No, they WILL scare anyone who comes into the house, the No Boos don't work in there."  The mom then told the girl again "No, they won't scare you."  I let them in...

I said "Well, I warned them..." to the two groups of guests that were next in line in the regular and Fright Lane lines.  That then started a conversation between us about the No Boos.

We don't purposely target those with No Boos, we target everyone, but a lot of times we'll go easy on the little kids.  However, with the pop scares it can sometimes be impossible to tell who you're popping out at in a group.

Needless to say, the kids came out crying. 

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Wow.  Kind of surprised there aren’t age requirements on some of those mazes, especially that one.  3-5 is really young for that kind of thing. 

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Just heard a guest say that they're building "The New Beast" and it should be ready by next year.

 

Why did no one tell me this?!? I should listen to the Dippin' Dots guy more often.

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Today I figured out that not only is Orion over 500 ft tall but it’s also the tallest in the world. If only they knew that it wasn’t even tallest in the State. Where do they hear this stuff? 

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Just now, PilotDudeOG said:

Isnt dat de tallest n da world?

Well if it was 500 ft it would be but since it’s 300, it is defiantly not. I wasn’t gonna explain to those kids that they were off by 200 ft and spoil they’re day by looking like a know it all, but I still think it’s funny how dumb and misinformed people are. 

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17 hours ago, MaestroJr said:

Well if it was 500 ft it would be but since it’s 300, it is defiantly not. I wasn’t gonna explain to those kids that they were off by 200 ft and spoil they’re day by looking like a know it all, but I still think it’s funny how dumb and misinformed people are. 

It might be funny how misinformed they are, but it's sad the way they're all in on that misinformation... Odds are you could have explained it and they'd think you were the one who was wrong... They'd rather not learn than appear wrong in front of their friends...

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On 10/25/2019 at 4:07 PM, XGatorHead 8904 said:

I remembered another one from this past weekend: I / Sam the Butcher was letting groups into Slaughterhouse and a couple with two small children, about 3 and 5 years old, came up with the children wearing No Boo necklaces.  I told the mom, "Just to let you know, the No Boos aren't valid in the houses and you have to turn them off."  The mom proceeded to turn the daughter's No Boo off and told her "Don't worry, they won't scare you, they'll still be able to see it."  I told her "No, they WILL scare anyone who comes into the house, the No Boos don't work in there."  The mom then told the girl again "No, they won't scare you."  I let them in...

I said "Well, I warned them..." to the two groups of guests that were next in line in the regular and Fright Lane lines.  That then started a conversation between us about the No Boos.

We don't purposely target those with No Boos, we target everyone, but a lot of times we'll go easy on the little kids.  However, with the pop scares it can sometimes be impossible to tell who you're popping out at in a group.

Needless to say, the kids came out crying. 

Yeah, the few times I did interact with young kids, I tended to use my nice farmer voice (as opposed to yelling at them in my scarecrow voice). As a point of reference, this was when I was placed midway through the maze and I was scaring and giving directions.

EDIT: As a last note, that was my favorite spot,

Spoiler

at the end of the haybale room

as there were so many options. :D

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