Hey, thank you so much for all the nice things you said about my pics!
I found your lab via Pinterest. I really enjoyed looking through your album!! Thank you for sharing.
thank you for the pic comments. I appreciate it.
The claustrophobia room turned out a lot better than I expected. I ducted the two bags overhead rather than from the sides, which worked really well in that I only needed one small-ish blower. I was surprised how firm the bags were once inflated. I think it made a really good finale to the haunt and I enjoyed watching people's reactions as they exited.
First off, LOVE that lab! I am completely inspired to steal...err...recreate that now!
Secondly, I would love to invite you (and your house of ladies of course) to join us at Kreepfest 2013! Held in Harrisonville, (just south of Kansas City), Kreepfest is free, fun, and full of Halloween enthusiasts just like you!
Check out the website at www.kreepfest.org, or look Kreepfest up here on the forum.
Looking foward to seeing you there.
Congrats on a great 2012. Sounds like things went well. I remember one year I had perfect fog from my chiller -- never to be duplicated again. Very windy where I live. From what I gather, we had about 100 TOT's. I'm never home Halloween Night. My family runs the haunt. I bust my butt putting it together and then leave. HA! The car is made out of cardboard and foam board. It was built as a prop for a pre-school show. Added a couple more pictures to give perspective. Thanks for checking out my pictures. I get a kick out of looking at everyone's haunt. Great job again to you and your family. BTW, I used your idea for shining light from underneath the glassware. I built a box, cut holes, lined it with plexiglass, and placed high powered LED's in the box. Thanks for the help.
Thank you for the comments in my 2012 photo album. It was a great year. The weather cooperated, most of all of the props worked out well and we had a full moon!!! Only real issue is many of my actors did not show (This also happened to me last year. You think I would learn).
One of my favorite effects this year was the cemetery fog. There was essentially no wing and my fog chiller worked great! The fog literally rolled along the ground through the tombstones. It was awesome!
I also had a look at your photos. The walk up to the front door has great lighting. It that some sort of RC car in photo 2? The mad scientist lab is incredible. I love the handwheel in the side of the operating table. Your blue tombstones and fence look just like mine! Nice job.
How many TOTs did you end up with? Mine was open for three nights and we ended up with 150 visitors which is huge for me.
Anyway I'm already mulling over plans for next year, as I'm sure you are. Keep in touch!
Love your mad scientist equipment. Your fourth photo is of a Tesla looking coil device. It looks great.
yep.. I'm usually too pooped after Halloween to decorate for Christmas!! I decided to make a Nightmare Before Christmas scene so I would enjoy the Christmas decorations a little more!
The hearse is definatley an attention getter.. if you have the space and the knowhow, I would highly recomend it!
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