View Full Version : Bayville Screampark...Photos, Rich Hanf, McCurdy and more.
03-28-2007, 05:35 AM
Hey folks... last year Halloween Productions, Inc. was hired to build a MAJOR haunted event in Long Island, New York. We built two different haunted houses one being a haunted mansion with about 50 animations or so it seemed. The mansion had about 15 rooms, and each was highly detailed, some had CGI effects and more.
The other haunt was a 3D clown house, which had some incredible artwork.
At this attraction he had a major facade built onto the building. Everything was first class with this guy... everything.
Check out the photos!
I have more and may upload more later... if you like these.
03-28-2007, 05:45 AM
I have more and may upload more later... if you like these. People often email after I upload photos and ask me to upload more. I've been planning on uploading some of these for a while but just haven't. I think you'll find looking at these photos worth every penny!!! This place was FIRST CLASS TILT BOOGIE! The facade on this place was probably the best ever created in the industries history!!! You take a look and tell me what you think!
Turns out we're being hired to do another project EVEN bigger than this one in London, a half a million dollar haunted house. It will be a tourist attraction I'll know more about that in soon! I'll keep you posted with photos and stuff as we go along with this. Anyway let me know what you think of this attraction!
We will be doing an article on this Bayville project in the next magazine. You won't believe this but the guy spent about one million dollars total with the building, facade and everything. WOW... huh? Yes he built the building from scratch!
You'll notice Rich Hanf and Kevin McCurdy in some of the pictures... Rich and Kevin both live in New York area so it was easy to bring them in on this project. I loved working with them on this... both first class people!
03-28-2007, 06:04 AM
Well just before I hit the hey... yeah I know 7am I decided to upload 10 more photos. Check them out!
03-28-2007, 06:08 AM
One last thing... I can upload TONS more cool photos. I only have about 3000 haunted house photos.
I only ask one thing... will someone other than myself upload photos?
You guys use to upload tons of them, now I'm the only one. If you have photos to upload I'd love to see them.
Start adding YOUR haunted house photos!
Just FYI... if you go to Yahoo and type in keyword real haunted house photos or something like that our photo page comes up first.
Hey add photos its good PR for your haunt baby!
03-28-2007, 09:00 AM
HOLY SH*T!!! I LOVE THAT FACADE!!
So, how much did ALL of Bayville cost? Just wondering. Awesome pics as always Larry. -Tyler
03-28-2007, 09:05 AM
Sweet pix Larry. That is a fantastic job! I have to agree with Tyler, the facade rocks.
Gotta love when you post pix man. Motivates other haunters and also showcases your work.
03-28-2007, 09:28 AM
You know Larry, you really do give a lot to haunters, through your HauntWorld website and through your web and other contributions to IAHA. The PR Program you and other IAHA board members initiated last year was freakin AWESOME! I'm not one to get involved in political arguments, and I don't belong to any "camps", but I do believe in recognizing someone who has made significant contributions and you my friend have made significant contributions! This contract you landed, and the new project/contract you obtained for the London project, are both perfect examples of karma coming back to you! I don't always agree with everything you say, but I have a tremendous amount of respect for what you have and continue to bring to this industry and I consider you a haunt family member and friend! You have paved a path that I feel privileged to travel and you continue to raise the bar for us all. You deserve to be recognized for it Larry. I know your generosity sometimes goes unnoticed, so thanks!
03-28-2007, 10:18 AM
The photos are fantastic!!! The place looks great!
03-28-2007, 12:33 PM
hey Larry. I was just wondering, has Halloween Productions ever created a trailer haunt? I am interested in possibly doing a haunt one year. I am only 16, but it never hurts to start planning early!
The photos look great, as well as the ones on your site!
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Hey dusty, I was only 16 when I decided that I should do my own haunt( I am 23 now). Now granted it did take me 7 years to finally get it open. The good thing is that I have bought stuff every year, for the past 7 years, so my haunt was pretty full of everything.
One thing I would give to you as advice, is to NEVER GIVE UP!! You can ask Larry too. He didnt get where he is now, by letting everyon s&%t on him when he was a young pup. It's a lot harder to convince people that your serious at a young age, but as long as you stick with it and never give up, you will reap the benefits. And as long as you play your cards right, those benefits will be great.
Any haunter on this forum can always help you with any questions you may have, but some might not realize truly how difficult to get anything going at such a young age.
If you ever have any questions, dont hessitate to post on these boards. We are here to help each other out.
03-28-2007, 09:18 PM
I do agree with everything Larry has to say! I am currently wrapped up in duct tape and attempts are being made to de programmed me by Christians on crack! It won't work though, I am more defiant than they have ever run into.
03-28-2007, 09:23 PM
Some people think that they can fix anything with duct tape, even fixing Gregg!
If they were real old-time role players there would be no duct tape, there would be spikes through your wrists.
If there had been duct tape about 2,000 years ago easter might have a totally different feel to it.
04-02-2007, 11:09 PM
it was quite a task getting this one built lol.but it was fun! deffinately a theme park size attraction. only wish i could've gone back to see it in operation. maybe this year.
04-03-2007, 04:06 PM
Could you tell me when the metting is this month? ...Getting in touch with kevin is always a project...
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