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  Lagoon Imax (The Lagoon History Project)
Posted by: Velcro - 09-29-2010 12:22 AM
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There is a new post to the Lagoon History Project regarding a Lagoon Imax theater that was in the plans back in the mid 80's. You can check out that post as well as some others regarding Lagoon's past by heading to:

http://lagoonhistory.com/project/the-lag...agoon-imax

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  Standard-Examiner Article on Frightmares
Posted by: Velcro - 09-23-2010 08:44 AM
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Standard-Examiner Wrote:FARMINGTON -- An old-fashioned prison-themed haunted walk-through, designed to make even the tough squirm and scream, is part of Lagoon's 15th annual Frightmares, scheduled to open at 5 p.m. Friday.

"Very, very scary," Lagoon spokeswoman Melisa Hemond said of "Lockdown," a new walk-through exhibit that includes an eerie gas chamber and a firing-squad execution room with realistic gunshot sounds.

Creators of the newest park addition, one of several haunted walk-throughs the park offers as part of its Halloween-themed Frightmares, grin ear-to-ear with pride at what they have been able to accomplish.

"This is the first year we have done this type of theming," said Anthony Marocchi, assistant Frightmares manager, who played an integral role in designing the attraction.

"I think the hardest part is all of the planning that goes into it," Marocchi said of the work that began Aug. 23.

It literally takes "hundreds of employees" to transform the amusement park from its regular summer season look into the ghoulish fun it becomes under Frightmares in the fall, officials said.

But based on the theming of Lockdown, which includes a video presentation similar to the herky-jerky clipped footage that made the film "The Ring" bothersome, the attraction is "definitely too scary for kids."

"It's like a prison. It's received a four-spider rating, the scariest," Hemond said. "It definitely is going to be scary."
Read the rest of the article by going to: http://www.standard.net/topics/entertain...en-exhibit

Join in on the discussion and express your excitement about the upcoming event, which starts tomorrow, in our Frightmares 2010 Info & Reviews topic. Once you have experienced Frightmares, don't forget to head back to that topic and give us a full report of your experience. Happy

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  Frightmares Opens Friday!
Posted by: Velcro - 09-20-2010 08:03 PM
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I don't know about the rest of you, but Frightmares happens to be my part of the Lagoon season. I have always been a big fan of haunted houses, and being able to enjoy Lagoon and some haunted houses just makes it that much better!

Check out Lagoon's Frightmares ad. It turned out really good I think:

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