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"As an employee of the company, Millikan speaks from experience, of course. However, the facility now has an official rating from Haunt Rater, a three-year old outfit out of Pennsylvania, whose main mission is visiting and rating as many haunted houses, spooky trails and scary experiences as possible."

"For the most part, Haunt Rater has kept close to the Philadelphia area. However, this year, for the first time, the team decided to make the trek to southern Delaware to rate and review the experience. A rating can be as high as "five scares" or as low as "one scare," depending on the intensity of the experience. The rating system includes theme, originality, special effects and scare factor."

"Friday night, the team trekked through each exhibit and by the weekend's close, had posted a "five scare" rating for Georgetown's Halloween attraction."

"On Haunt Rater's website, www.hauntrater.com the review included a brief description of each part of the tour, including the attraction's pièce de résistance, the House of Hallows."

"Last, if your heart can still beat after the many horrors which you have faced, finish the experience of a lifetime by entering the "House of Hallows". Now, you must realize, "The Hallow" is an unforgiving soul who is out there to collect yours. He will not rest until you are his, forever. Run as you might, for this could truly be your last night! Don't let him get you. Hide, hide, hide, but I assure you, he will find you! He can hear you breathing! He can see the fear in your eyes!"

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"Oh… and shout out to the Haunt Rater guys.
www.haunt-rater.com!! We saw them in this attraction and then ran into them a bunch throughout the rest of the night. They were super cool."

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"Those who enjoy being scared out of their wits need look no further. For the second year in a row, Screams at the Beach is offering Delawareans the chance to experience one of the scariest haunts in the country."

“We had two haunt review companies that came out this year. Haunt Rater Crew gave us a perfect score. The other group — they go all over the country — gave us an 8.8 out of 10,” explained Brian Turner, who runs the attraction alongside Mike Milliken. “They said we have the potential to be the best haunt in the country — not one of the best, but the best.”

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"Despite the massive size of last year’s list of haunted attraction review websites, it turns out that I missed a LOT of sites. Here’s a new batch for you all to enjoy (presented in no particular order): Hauntworld HATU Top Haunts Haunt Rater Scare Zone Hallowoosh Scare Raters Spooky Review Horror Tourers Denver Haunted Houses..."

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"The Diversions
Once you've enjoyed some fall fun at Lancaster's boutiques and farmers' markets, head to nearby Mountville for a Halloween hangout. For more than 20 years, Mountville's Field of Screams has delighted visitors looking for thrills and chills. Face your fears in the Frightmare Asylum, where unhinged doctors perform terrifying experiments and the unnerved patients seek revenge on anyone who enters the hospital's halls. Haunt Rater, Lancaster County Magazine, and The Baltimore Scare Crew all agree: this annual attraction is guaranteed to have you screaming for more."

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