9125 w. walnut lane, tinley park, IL
The Terror in Tinley is a small, static yard display in Tinley Park. The Tourers visitied this display a couple of years ina row, mostly because it is on the way home from our Orland Park/Mokena visits.
There is not a lot ot see here. The entire display consists of some inflatable props on the lawn, some tombstones, a giant spider in a wbe that comes down from the garage area, and a hockey-masked character who watches things from his chair on the porch.
We must admit that this last portion of the setp was the most interesting part. From the road, and indeed from even closer up, the figure on the porch really did look like a live actor sitting in a chair and trying to be very still. No matter how close we got we still couldn't figure it out.
Finally, we had to actually step onto the porch and take a closer look. Even then it took about 30 seconds or so of watching the figure to finally determine that it was just a prop. It did look really good, and really seemed more like it was a person than a stuffed dummy. Kudos to the designers. We bumped up the rating a whole point just for that!
As mentioned, there's really not a lot to see here. Perhaps if you are close, or are driving by it is worth a brief stop. It would only take a couple of minutes to see the entire display, and it is worth taking a look at the figure on the porch, too. He definitely looks real from a distance, so it might be fun if you have kids and want to freak them out a bit (but not too much).
If you're planning some haunts in the Orland/Mokena/Tinley area, you might want to tack this one on at the end. Don't make a special trip out, though, as haunt time is precious, and there are lots of others to see.