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It’s baaaAAAaaacccccckkkkk!!!!

The ultimate guide of “how-to” of the best way to arrange YOUR home haunt’s yard lighting has just today been resurrected!! I had communicated with Robert Brown today about his famous “Skull and Bones” yard lighting tutorial since it had been removed last year by Rob. I would tell friends and newbie haunters about the site.

So, I guilted him into putting it back up today!! Thanks Rob!! So, my fellow haunters, here it is:

http://robertdbrown.com/2014/01/26/skullandbone-com-haunt-lighting-tutorial/

http://robertdbrown.com/2014/01/26/skullandbone-com-haunt-lighting-tutorial/

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In using the par 38cans I would be concerned with precipitation. Do they make weatherproof ones OR is there a trade secret to keeping them safe and out of the rain?
 

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okay- I have tried a few times to load the link above and I'm having a problem accessing the page- is it down again? or is it my laptop?

edit 2-10-2014 I just got in- Thanks for alerting us to the site- really good info. Lighting can make or break a decent set-up.
 

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I LOVE this Forum. So many cool and informative things. Thank you so much for this. It will help me make sense of how to really do outdoor lighting.
 

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Thanks for posting this, I needed a good primer on lighting. I'll be applying these principles shortly, much appreciated.
 
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