Would it be scarier to be in a haunted house and have someone dressed as the Grim Reaper sump out and try to scare you on Halloween or on a different day?
It would be scarier on a different day because people will expect it on Halloween,escecally in a haunted house.
You seem to be asking if Disney "hawain theme" (Mickey's Halloween Party at Disneyland, maybe?) is as scary as Disneyland itself (presumably, at times when the Halloween Party is not going on). Unlike Halloween events at some other theme parks, Mickey's Halloween Party is not intended to be "scary". Very young children might find it very slightly scarier than Disneyland generally is (after all, there's a six-foot-tall mouse walking around during normal times).
there are many ideas for making your haunted house scary. one that is scary is the rotton flesh in harligen texas. that is one. have a scary name that will catch peoples eyes tat will send a chill down there back. you can one dead farm. that will soon send a chill. have people like freddy couger (sorry im not a good speller) or chuckie. what makes things scarier? having it pitch black. it will…
I always found A Nightmare on Elm Street scarier. Think about it like this. If you don't want to get killed by Jason then don't be where he is. Freddy though is in your dreams. You have to sleep and you can't easily wake yourself up. So anytime, anywhere you fall asleep Freddy will be there. That is much scarier to me.
The Space Mountain in Disneyland is slightly scarier but it's easy compared to Expedition Everest. Neither version of Space Mountain has loops or large drops, relying mostly on speed, turns, and small drops for thrills. Walt Disney World's ride experience is much bumpier than Disneyland's, which some people believe makes the ride scarier. However, some people find the smooth ride provides a scarier experience.