As soon as I entered the building, I could hear screams from the people ahead of my group. Upon entering the first room there were creepy dolls sat at the dining room table, and all I could do was try not to make eye contact with their soulless stares. I’ve never seen college students look so dead inside, and that’s really saying something.
Once I got to the kitchen, all I wanted to do was leave. The blood-covered room was filled with people who sent shivers down my spine. People stood all around me, too close, staring. A girl, sitting at the base of the stairs and gnawing on a bone, was one of the scariest; she just keep inching closer, and closer, her big eyes never leaving my group of friends.
I was then forced to crawl up the stairs of the Honors House, which only made getting away from the girl harder. At the top was an even worse sight: clowns. I hope I never see another person in a clown mask again. Then, on the way out of the House, we faced a room of snakes, and I was hit in the face with a rubber-something while going through the entryway to the front desk.
I thought I was free, but then I saw thehe exit to the haunted house was plagued with people in masks. This really startled me. I walked right up to one of them, thinking that they must have just been in the group before us and waiting to leave, but then, the person turned around wearing a hockey mask. I almost had a heart attack. My only response was, “Woah! Hey,” while my heart began beating out of my chest.
Overall, the haunted house was as thrilling as it always is, and the best part was listening to my friends get terrified behind me.