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Broken branches placed in large pots with spotlights illuminating branch shadows onto the walls. Could do the same thing with a skeleton. This will give you the perfect indirect lighting.

Haybales would make perfect grouped seating areas. Walmart has twin size flat sheets for super cheap that you could drap the bales with.

Large sheets of cardboard, brown paint and a woodgraining tool makes great "wood" paneling or boards. You could board up the windows, or areas you want to keep people away from.

Cheesecloth is one of my favorite decorating accessories. Makes perfect rotting curtains or tablecloths. You can get I think it was 3'x6' sheets of it in the craft dept. at Walmart for $5. I've dyed it green, cut it up and hung it from the ceiling to make moss and of course the classic cheesecloth ghosts.
 

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Be carefull with the fog indoors. The fumes are horrible to breath in, it burns and makes you cough. We had too shut ours off after a half an hour. Although you have a MUCH bigger area.
 
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