Vote of the week: What's the best part of a Halloween event?
Written by Robert Niles
Over the next few weeks, Universal, Busch, Knott's, Six Flags and other local theme and amusement parks will open the 2009 editions of their after-hours Halloween events, led by Knott's Halloween Haunt and Universal's Halloween Horror Nights. [Note that I'm talking about the events for grown-ups this week, excluding kids' Halloween events, such as those at Disney and Legoland.]Tweet
Many elements, beyond the parks' "normal" attractions, have helped make such events so popular with theme park fans:
Tell us about your favorite Halloween event element, in the comments.
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