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..
I do a yard haunt, you know the usual; coffins, wrought iron fencing, masolium with ghost, spider with nine foot legs, big cauldron and witch, hopefully a vortex this year. You know just the usual stuff found on Halloweeen.
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?
geared toward older kids with a certain amount of gore/scare
You understand that any non prop related content will be deleted?
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Well after two other motors failed (one was a furnace blower motor the other a straight DC motor) we ended up literally at the last minute throwing a treadmill motor on there and it worked like a charm. Only problem was the every 30 mins it had to be manually reset to run again, but no biggy. The furnace blower we could not dim or control correctly to get the speed we needed; the other DC motor just didn't have the torque to turn the tunnel.
I actually have lots more pics from 2010 and the tunnel I don't have posted on here if you're interested. It was a HUGE project, lots of design changes and problems popping up as we went along. Of course i was trying to do it on a shoestring budget; i'm sure if we had more $$ it would have gone smoother!
Good luck on the tunnel! We built one last year, what a HUGE project on so many levels. We literally got it running about 15 minutes before opening; i thought we were going to have to scrap it. And of course that was after at least 10 redesigns.