I went to this theme park with my fiance and 2 friends last weekend. This is the park that is ideal for people who care about roller coasters and 3D attractions. Since I am neither of these 2 kinds of people, I go as protection for my fiance – which absolutely means that I hold her things and eat churros while she rides some ridiculous ride I won’t go near. Yet during this visit, the park was running their Halloween themed event through the night. It was cool to see all the terrifying costumes and cool production-level settings, however it wasn’t so cool to kneel in line for ninths to enter a single “haunted house.” At one point in the night, I started a timer on my iPhone as the four of us entered the line queue for a film-themed haunted house. This line had no form of air conditioning at all, anywhere! There was no motor-powered air conditionings, portable air conditionings, ceiling fans, or even the misting fans that you see in parks in the south! For over two hours, our group of 4 had to endure a slower-than-molasses line with zero air conditioning on an eighty degree night! It was just awful. Our only relief came from the line queue cutting in front of the entrance to another ride, as that ride had ice-cold air conditioning blasting directly at the front door. Then plus, once the all of us genuinely entered the haunted house, our group suddenly cooled off due to the excellent air conditioning they had in the sound area where the house was set up. I will admit that the houses were genuinely well made; the frightening actors were genuinely convincing! Still, even though they were meant to frighten us out of the attraction, none of us would’ve minded having to circle through the whole thing again if it meant staying in the air conditioned building.