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  1. For Sale/Trade By Individuals
    This very unfortunate thing happened to my 60-inch skeleton companion, Vlad, last night. As I was loading things into a van to move, I picked him up by his spine, and the poor guy's spine just snapped in two. He was in a storage unit without air conditioning for quite some time a few years ago...
  2. General Halloween
    I love masks but storage can become an issue. I was on Spider Hilll's site a while back and noticed a fitting that was either new to their line or I had just missed previously. It's a slip cross fitting for 1 " PVC. Inspired me to build this. "][/URL] Here's a detail. Mounted on a wooden...
  3. Tutorials and Step-By-Step
    This is an animated Gravedigger prop I made. It's mostly recycled from old props and molds I had in the garage, but I animated it in the "leering ghost" kind of way (bent PVC attached to upper body and running on a slow window motor). I attached mine to the window roller motor with Home Depot...
  4. Halloween Props
    Putting together an electric chair and wanted to use a couple flash crackers on the chair uprights near area where the TOT's upper arms/shoulders are. Before doing so, I wanted to make sure there was no danger of shock or hearing damage with the crackers within several inches of the TOT's...I...
  5. Halloween Crafts
    A while ago I bought some zombie ground stakes from a board member. They languished in a box til one day I stumbled on some other dried gourds we had stored. So after some splicing and dicing here are the works in progress. The Gourdlings , tenders of Gourdlets , and eaters of all else...
  6. Halloween Props
    Using Eerie Acres' restless tombstone (http://eerieacrescemetery.com/2015/02/18/restless-tombstone-animated-halloween-prop/) as inspiration I decided to try my hand at a prop with similar movement. My idea was to build a skeleton holding a drink sitting on top of a tombstone with an upper torso...
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