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  1. Light-O-Rama – It's Not Just for Christmas

    Tutorials and Step-By-Step
    In previous posts, I've often mentioned using Light-O-Rama hardware and software for Halloween displays. The following video isn't so much a tutorial as an introduction that may tempt some of you to add computerized control to your attractions. I've used only the company's most basic equipment...
  2. Lighting: IBC tote as a projection booth

    Halloween Props
    Has anybody ever used, or has considered using, a caged IBC (Intermediate Bulk Container) tote as a projection booth for house projections? For those that may not come across the term IBC it’s normally a caged plastic tank on a pallet and the usual capacity is 1,040 litres (229 imperial...
  3. How does everyone protect their extension cords from the rain?

    General Halloween
    This is a really sad post! Due to the extreme wet weather in TX, I have not been able to put up my yard and it is the 26TH!!! :mad::mad::mad: It will be dry for the next few days , so am going to get the yard up over the weekend - HOWEVER there is a chance of Thunder storms on Halloween. How...
  4. Video Review of the 2016 Costco Gargoyle Tombstone similar to Spirit Halloween

    Product Reviews
    Important! If you're thinking of buying the 43 inch tall Gargoyle Tombstone Haunters, I didn't know where to put this, but I wanted it obvious because it saved me major $. If you are thinking about buying the spirit halloween gargoyle located here...
  5. Electronic/Software: Need Light, Dials, Meters, etc

    Halloween Props
    Hey Folks. Any one know where I can get fake lights, lighted dials/buttons, meters, control knobs, etc. to add to make Frankenstein lab equipment or for the front of my zombie containment unit? As always, thanks for all your help..
  6. Lighting: Schools as possible source for used equipment - projectors

    Halloween Props
    A friend recently picked up an Epson SVGA res. projector at the local community college equipment sale. She paid the grand sum of $25.00. They had all kinds of items and equipment, including laptops, computers, monitors, projectors, sound equipment, etc. You might want to check with your local...
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