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Trying to post a link to this video of our haunt? Anyone know what Im doing wrong?
 

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I'm looking to have guest go inside the facade this year with some type of haunted hotel theme. Have the guest walk thru hotel like hallways. I need ideas on how to make the facade look like a hotel?

I'm thinking of getting rid of the peak above the door and do a two story flat front. Kinda like an old west hotel or something. Maybe add a section to the front in between the windows and do a double front door?

Any hotel ideas?
 

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Hallow and here's a thought:
I say turn it into a "Dead and Breakfast" Inn. That way you could keep the peak and "cozy" it up a bit with more lace curtains and a few potted black and red flower boxes underneath the windows. Add a creeeeky porch swing and a garden path. have the skelly's sipping tea on the porch or out in the garden/cemetery. Then make a sign that swings from a pole in the yard - "Welcome to Indiva Inn - Dead & Breakfast. Always a vacancy waiting for you!"
That's my 2 senses! can't wait to see your transformation from last year! And we are still waiting for you to come to Ohio to build ours!
BOO!

Well - it's just a thought
 
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