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Ruby Falls.. holy shit

Postby Bigun » Thu Oct 12, 2006 6:29 am

http://www.hauntedcavern.com/

I just might go..

*EDIT*

I like their disclaimer, I wonder if they are kidding:

disclaimer wrote:The Haunted Cavern at Ruby Falls, deep inside Lookout Mountain in Chattanooga Tennessee is one of the most frightfully spooky haunted houses in the world. Actually, it isn't even a haunted house at all, it is a haunted cave which requires you to travel hundreds of feet beneath Lookout Mountain's surface to get to it. You cannot imagine the eerie feeling that overcomes you during your decent, which drastically escalates once you hit the cave floor. There, the most horrible creatures imaginable stand face to face with you, only to be gone in a flash. You'll feel your way through this horror-fest with brief glimpses of these grotesque mutated monsters who move around you with just a brush of a limb and their breath on your neck. You know it's only going to get worse when you're relieved to arrive at each blood-drenched, heart-stopping scene just so you can get out of the pitch-black darkness and catch your breath for a few seconds. Ruby Falls has pulled out all the stops for this years Haunted Cavern. It is not recommended for anyone under 10 years of age, people with heart problems, the elderly, or pregnant women. That's right.... it's that scary!
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Postby Zeo » Thu Oct 12, 2006 1:06 pm

Hope it's better than our local Haunted Cave - Cherokee Caverns. We went last year with a group of people, and waited over an hour in line only to get a 10 minute tour of the cave that consisted of high school kids in wal-mart masks jumping out at us. The cave is cool, but as for a haunted attraction, a complete waste of time and money.

http://www.hauntedhouse.com/ has search listings for some of the best haunted attractions in the country. We’re probably going to check out Screamworks Atlanta when we're down this weekend. :twisted:
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Postby footprintzinthesand » Sat Oct 14, 2006 10:50 am

I have an even better "cave" for a spelunker to explore. Beware if you're claustrophic though, it's a very tight space.

Jk......that was so uncalled for......
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Postby Hardcoregirl » Sat Oct 14, 2006 5:30 pm

:roll:

Anyways, I've never really been to any "haunted attraction" that wasn't totally lame.
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Postby DarkVader » Sat Oct 14, 2006 8:58 pm

humanponygirl213 wrote:I have an even better "cave" for a spelunker to explore. Beware if you're claustrophic though, it's a very tight space.

Jk......that was so uncalled for......


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Postby gothic_spleen » Sun Oct 15, 2006 11:27 am

DarkVader wrote:
humanponygirl213 wrote:I have an even better "cave" for a spelunker to explore. Beware if you're claustrophic though, it's a very tight space.

Jk......that was so uncalled for......


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