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Nightmare Grant
07-06-2007, 09:29 PM
What house rules do you usually tell your guests before they enter the house? Let me list a few and please inform me if anymore are need.

1. No Running.
2. No Smoking.
3. No Refunds.
4. Follow all commands of our staff at all times.
5. Use of strobe lights in effect.
6. Not recommended for pregnant women and people with weak hearts.
7. No touching our monster...they will not touch you!
8. Do not touch our sets/props in the haunt.


Did I leave anything out? Please let me know.

Thanks in advance!!

Haunted Nashville
07-06-2007, 09:34 PM
We also let the public know that no lights of any kind are allowed in the Haunt.

Brad

dusty588
07-07-2007, 02:06 AM
I would also put something about the use of fog machines (if you use any)
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Nightgore
07-07-2007, 04:05 AM
1. No Running.
2. No Smoking.
3. NO FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY
4. NO CONSUMER ELECTRONICS: Cell Phones, MP3 Players, PDA's, etc.
5. DO NOT touch the actors and they will not touch you!
6. NO Food Or Drinks
7. NO Crybabies
8. NO Bedwetters
9. NO Mammas boys


Then I would also put on a seperate sign:

This attraction uses special effects that are designed to be terrorfying such as fog, strobe lighting, and loud sudden noises and IS NOT reccomended for pregnant women or people with epelepsy, respatory, and heart complications. Oh, and did we mention a weak stomach! This attraction, or anyone affiliated with it, are not responsible for any lost articles or accidents while touring the attraction.

-Tyler

Jim Warfield
07-07-2007, 09:05 AM
Ravens Grin Tours: Humour

Excitement

premature Death!

Physical and Mental Risk

I personally do not like glow sticks but will allow them if the entire group is one group, all came here together, I just make them shield them during the first room.
Glow Sticks can add a feeling of security for the timid, but just design the house to compensate , still being able to scare them, inspite of the glowing stick, then you really get them!
The previous posters all ready covered everything else, well maybe not allowing customers to have sex in the bathroom?
Keep a hose hooked up , make sure it is real cold water.

I used to allow a person who was stupid-drunk in the tour IF they had a "Keeper" (I would discover they were this way after the door closed) who promised to babysit them, but this never worked because usually the "Keeper-Babysitter" was just a few minutes behind having the alcohol affect them, since they were all chugging just "X" number of minutes ago.
One of my signs mentions them needing "A Note From Their Bartender", hahahah!

drfrightner
07-17-2007, 01:50 AM
We actually have rules and a warning printed on our tickets, website and banners hanging down before you enter. Has anyone ever seen this on my website...

http://scarefest.com/main.php?id=disclaimer

Read this and tell me what you think.

Larry

elswarro
07-17-2007, 09:36 AM
Last year we made a few custom videos just for the Haunt Rules. It worked out really well we thought. The videos were a mixture of our Que Line dvd and then every 5 minutes the rules were explained in detail by our narrator (with text on the screen) and then the Que Line would start up again. The video would loop forever and would be displayed on screens outside and inside the haunt.

Kinda a creative way in getting your point across. Just my 2 cents!

- Jason

Nightmare Grant
07-17-2007, 12:25 PM
Looks good Larry. We'll incorporate this idea. Thanks

drfrightner
07-17-2007, 02:58 PM
I thought you might like that. LOL

That is what you get from 18 years of learning the hard way! LOL

To be honest I paid an attorney a lot of money to write that stuff up, which went along with what I personally wrote.

Now we print this on everything they get from their tickets on down!

They can't say we didn't alert them!

Larry