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Couldn't put much out with steady rain all day and night - so I relied heavily on lighting and lots of movement. Used my Shiatsu's to "float" jack-o-lanterns in the upper windows and move my old scary lady in her antique wheelchair under cover of the porch. Had my fogger near the skellie groundbreaker, a few projections, a FCG and some moving projection lights. Aimed laser lights at the trees to give them green sparkle.

On the bright side, I had everything down in under 40 minutes! Even without all the usual props, it wasn't a bad little show.



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Rain or not still looked great! I love homes with turret features. Love how you were able to make use of the windows in it too. How was the ToTer turnout?
 

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Had 70+ kids - which - in a rural area is A LOT. So the rain didn't deter too many TOT's. They were all on foot,which is surprising since most nearby houses sit on acre lots and the neighborhood walk is a long one!
 

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It looked just lovely. :)

I know you're likely disappointed at having to change things up or not use certain props due to the weather, but the TOTs likely though it was a BEAUTIFUL Halloween House. (because it was!)

And gotta love the silver linings - fast take downs are always icing on the cake.
 

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The FCG lives in the upper tower all year long. It's the only time I ever go in that room. Silly place has 21 rooms - more than enough room for a few stray ghosts!
 
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