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The most important question! Do you build the elements that go into your haunt, and/or want to learn more about building props? Oh, and if you choose no, we're going to have to delete you.
How long have you been haunting:
Too long to mention!
Your haunt comprises...?
Your haunt - Do you prefer?
Scare the sh**out of people
Tell us a little about your haunt..
A haunted graveyard awaits trick or treaters, and offers several suprise guests. Theatre grade props help sell the illusions.
When it comes to props/decorations in your haunt, would you say you are:
A crafter that makes everything from scratch
Which statement comes closest to describing your haunt's attitude toward kids?
We have a fully-charged de-frib unit standing by just in case
You understand that any non prop related content will be deleted?

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Question: How does one shoot great video of a yard haunt?

Posted on November 1, 2012 at 2:23pm 2 Comments

We tried last year to no avail to shoot some video footage of our haunt in motion. The best we got was some grainy black and white footage. So, how do you folks that shoot good/great video of your yards/haunts do it?

Halloween 2012 at Norfolk Manor

Posted on October 31, 2012 at 11:33pm 0 Comments

The Tulsa weather was perfect! No wind, mild climate, and a clear sky. Our fog hugged the ground, and looked great! We had more trick-or-treaters than last year, but still a light turn-out; maybe 50-60 kids. Some kids would not enter the grounds, as it looked too spooky for them- others got spooked by our live actors milling about. All-in-all, a good haunt!

Last Minute Details

Posted on October 31, 2012 at 12:47am 0 Comments

We were disappointed not to have Axworthy Ghosts or a FCG this year, but added some other cool features for our yard haunt. We added a pet cemetery, initially to honor our lead designer's poodle, William, who was killed in July. We added eight creepy jars with things like "lady's fingers", "alien embryos", and "fresh eyeballs" which will be displayed as the tots enter the house for candy. An old rusty Radio Flyer cart was repainted and lettered, "Boneyard" to serve as an acnchor for additional… Continue

Oil Lantern to 12V-DC Flicker Bulb Conversion

Posted on October 23, 2012 at 12:40am 0 Comments

Well, the title is not exactly truthful, as it's a three volt flicker LED robbed from a 33 cent tea light. We added a 470-ohm resistor inline with the hot lead from the bulb for use on our 12V DC circuit.

First step was to remove the glass chimney and the wick apparatus. This lantern has been sitting around for years, and was dry as a bone, otherwise, it would have needed to be emtied of any oil fuel, and cleaned out. The next step was to apply flat black spray paint. We use…


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At 12:15pm on October 22, 2012, Rob said…
Welcome to the cult! I look forward to seeing your haunt photos!

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