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graystone
06-20-2009, 08:21 AM
Actually I think I know. Can you believe July 4th is right around the corner! My best guess is that everyone is fighting the heat and working on their haunts. So guys and gals tell me whats up. Who is working on their haunts? What are you doing to it? Where do you stand as far as being complete! Shane and its when the 4th gets here its all down hill from there! Shane this time.

OdetteDespairr
06-20-2009, 09:21 AM
Shane i thought about you the other day lol!

I drove by an apartment complex the other day called GREYSTONE MANOR

i started laughing my butt off!

LOL

Jackie
Rotting Flesh Radio Haunt Hottie

elowther
06-20-2009, 10:53 AM
Shane's right.

It's always a challenge to try and attempt to enjoy some of the summer and get everything done at the haunt that needs to be done in time. I never consider my haunt finished, I just run out of time. Last year I had two empty poles where giant monsters were suppose to be. The public never knew because there was so much other stuff to look at. I hope to finish a big vampire, clown and a new 34 foot scarecrow design along with a bunch of other stuff this year. It always comes down to the wire but is very exciting to watch the progress as each huge monster goes up and gets lighted near the end. It all comes together in a short time because we are out doors. We make paths out of corn stalks and some tunnels out of pine boughs along with our permanent structures. The effect is awesome at night and it smells like Christmas, you would like that Shane, lol! It's very labor intensive but well worth it.

The corn is coming up for our maze section so I will be planning out the maze and mowing it down next week. We already moved our portable hillbilly shacks into new positions so the corn can grow up around them. It's a creepy feeling to come across a scary building with creatures and maniacs in the middle of a dense corn field.

A detailed project I'm working on now are these big skulls for the new "Soul Takers Burial Ground". It will consist of many upright old school coffins arranged in a maze with 8, 10' to 12' foot tall reaper figures amongst the coffins to navigate. The possibilities for this scene are endless. Actors and static figures will be in the coffins and some actors will pop out from the reapers cloaks. The lighting and fog will be key in this scene. I know it will look insane when finished and I am really excited to see the scares this maze will produce. As soon as I get the 8 heads and hands finished I can move on to the bigger monsters. The bodies will go up relatively fast for these figures because of the black cloaks. I am posting a step by step of this process on the HHA help desk. I should have more photos up there by Monday night of the progress of the skulls and finger bones.

The last two years I think our weakest area has been local marketing. We are ramping up that end of the business this year as well.

Good luck to everyone on their projects this year, I better stop typing and get to work, lol! Here are a few photos of the heads 50% done. Much more detailing to do. The skin texture and teeth detail will make them pop and look real when finished.

If anyone has a second I would love to see some of your build photos.

Enjoy,

Eric

http://i92.photobucket.com/albums/l37/ericlowther/HHA%20post/9.jpg

http://i92.photobucket.com/albums/l37/ericlowther/HHA%20post/IMG_1381.jpg

http://i92.photobucket.com/albums/l37/ericlowther/HHA%20post/IMG_1955.jpg

http://i92.photobucket.com/albums/l37/ericlowther/HHA%20post/IMG_1957.jpg

Haunted Farm
06-20-2009, 11:15 AM
Wow Eric those skulls are awesome! Yes, we have now completed to large pumpkin heads for the scarecrows in the corn maze. We are detailing out the barn and doing some work on the ghost town. I will get pics up soon.
Kim

graystone
06-20-2009, 12:44 PM
Eric I always love seeing those skull pics of yours!!!!! Looking good bro! I am like Eric here I too would love to see some cool pics! As soon as I can I will get some of the new upcharge haunt were doing. Decided to keep with the Graystone theme and have now added Graystone's Asylum Nightmare! It will be a Asylum/Clinic theme ending with a bad nightmare. Shane and its if you don't wake up before you hit bottom your dead! Shane this time.

N2SPOOKINU
06-20-2009, 01:00 PM
Well Shane your right. i think most of us are busy working on our haunts. We had a parade this morning at 9 and we have another one this evening at 5 in another county. As soon as we get that done it's back to the haunt for more modifications.

For those of you that came to Fearfest this spring we totaly ripped out Slashmasters Asylum right after the tour and it is in the process of getting a MAJOR upgrade. We are excited about the plans we have and the way it is turning out.
Sarahs Legend is also getting some improvements.
Our corn field is about a foot tall right now but all the rain we've had lately is hurting it instead of helping. We need some 90 degree sunny days to make it pop up and get going.
All in all 09 looks to be a great season for us.
Our new website is almost complete. our TV commercials and movie trailers are ready to go and our radio commercials are in the works. needless to say we have been very busy getting everything organized and prepared. That about raps it up for whats going on here in Columbia Missouri. What about the rest of you?
Greg
Fearfest

Nightgore
06-20-2009, 01:45 PM
We're working on our haunt... TONS of stuff to do prior to opening night. I'm a little afraid that it won't all get done in time... AHHH!!!! That's where I'm at. -Tyler

UnDeRTaKer313
06-20-2009, 04:13 PM
hi shane.
We start the hardcore construction monday.
We have to order our lumber in 3 sections as lowes dosent have enough in stock.
So the first one gets dropped off monday morning. We got our full teams of workers ready there monday afternoon to work.
We also got our P.R. teams allready hard at work.
We are hopefully getting a great site set up by sinister visions soon.
So were doing allright.

Hope everyone else is doing good.

graystone
06-20-2009, 05:22 PM
Great to hear everything is working out for you! Also everyone keep the updates and photos coming if you have them! Shane and its looking like a Great Year for everyone! Shane this time!!!

terrormasue
06-20-2009, 09:57 PM
Hey Shane, doing the same here. The heat is hard. I also work full time like most of you. I do what I can. I'm working hard to get open in 2010!! I can't imagine opening this year. I wish I could but I don't have the help and frankly right now I would feel too bad making anyone work in this awful heat. Must really get going when there is a break in the weather though. Everyone keep up the good work. I find myself needing more encourgement then ever because everyone around me (here) does not want me to do this. I will get it done and I will open. I must keep telling myself that. Happy haunt building guys!!!

elowther
06-21-2009, 10:27 AM
Nick, good luck this year, you have your work cut out for you but it sounds like you have a good team in place already. Keep us posted.

Terrormasue, it's awesome that you continue to plan long term and keep your eye on a goal to open in 2010. I know how tough it can be with working full time. I spread my work out over the entire year so it isn't so overwhelming at the end, then have to take vacation from my job to set up the haunt and on the event nights. Most of my weekends I do something haunt related even if it's an hour or two. Actions speak louder than words, keep telling yourself you can do it but also do a little something each day like if it's too hot to build, work on your web site or marketing campaign. Pretty soon, by next year you will have a ton done on the project. Good luck and the people around you will see that you are serious and you will open whether they like it or not. More than likely they will become involved when they see it coming to life.

I found a few more progress shots.

The first one is some of the coffins I was talking about. They are all different sizes, the one I'm in the back is 7 feet tall. We built them in my basement this winter and bring them to the farm to make more room for other projects down there. The other shots were taken 2 weeks ago when we were moving the sheds into the corn field. Thank God for that tractor! The landscape really changes when the corn grows tall, you can't even see the sheds at that point until you come upon them in the maze. We will build another tunnel structure in there this year.

It's raining today so I can work on the big skull heads some more. Lets see if we can load this thread up with progress shots and build photos.

Enjoy,

Eric

http://i92.photobucket.com/albums/l37/ericlowther/croppedcoffins.jpg

http://i92.photobucket.com/albums/l37/ericlowther/shed.jpg

http://i92.photobucket.com/albums/l37/ericlowther/4587_1037314788244_1686733755_65763.jpg

http://i92.photobucket.com/albums/l37/ericlowther/4587_1037314708242_1686733755_65-1.jpg

N2SPOOKINU
06-21-2009, 10:41 AM
Hey Eric, The shacks look sweet! Where did you get the plank wood to make them out of? Is it old barn wood or something else? Awsome job!
Greg
Fearfest

elowther
06-21-2009, 11:20 AM
Greg,

I have been very lucky with the planks for these particular sheds. My grandfather who turns 100 next month sawed these wide pine boards with a home made saw mill when I was a kid. They sat around all this time, and he finally gave them to me for the haunt. They are like gold because of the natural weathering.

You can also go to saw mills if there are any in your area and ask for rough slabs that haven't been plained or bad planks and leave them out in the weather. Like you said old barn boards from demo sites look great because of the old layers of paint and natural weathering. You can do it with new rough sawed wood also and make nicks and cuts with a chain saw, stain it and lightly spray paint the edges black for a weathered look. Also rub real mud on the boards.

Here's how these sheds looked in the corn field last year. Lighting and fog make a huge difference. The actor was on stilts and people thought he was a prop until he banged a chain against the shed. Very effective in the cornfield setting.

http://i92.photobucket.com/albums/l37/ericlowther/SUZ_2445BretatShed.jpg

Last years entrance to the queue line.
http://i92.photobucket.com/albums/l37/ericlowther/SUZ_2563.jpg

Corn field lighting
http://i92.photobucket.com/albums/l37/ericlowther/SUZ_2743.jpg

Another shack in a different area, chainsaw guy coming out.
http://i92.photobucket.com/albums/l37/ericlowther/DSC_7978.jpg

graystone
06-21-2009, 03:52 PM
So here is a couple for you Eric. One is my swamp there are several swamp houses there. This pic was took standing on the covered bridge that our guest walk across. When you come out of the mansion you have to go through the swamp before you go back into the second half of the haunt. When you come out the second part then you go through another outdoor area of a cemetery. Both outside areas are surrounded by the haunt they are giant courtyard areas if you can imagine. None are visiable to the public till they go through the attraction. At night the pond has a fogg chiller that keeps the fog on the pond and its lit with laterns all around!

These were taken a couple of weeks ago and they are really cool! A added a couple more of just some close ups of a couple of props!Hope you enjoy! Shane and its I am going to make a wall photo of the swamp for the house LOL! Shane this time!

Twin Locusts
06-21-2009, 05:58 PM
Why is Anthony Bourdain sleeping in your coffin?

If you guys haven't seen 'No Reservations' you're missing out; your guy could be Bourdains body double! - can he cook?

http://hauntworld.com/haunted_house_forums/picture.php?albumid=36&pictureid=332

elowther
06-21-2009, 06:00 PM
Wow Shane, those are great! The swamp house at night must look fantastic with the fog chiller and lanterns. I love the texture of the skulls. I wish I could leave detailed stuff set up like that. Maybe someday we will have an indoor section of the haunt to leave good scenes up so they don't get destroyed by the weather. The Shotgun blast in the back prop is insane looking. it looks like it could be many shot gun blasts to do that much damage, lol!

I can't wait to read about your haunt coming up. The stuff looks amazing, thanks for posting the photos. Let's hope every one else posts some to this thread. It's really inspiring to see others work and works in progress this time of year. It's still early enough in the season so that most people can post photos. I know when it's crunch time I'm not at the computer much or am to tired to bother uploading any photos.

Who's build photos will be next?

Eric

elowther
06-21-2009, 06:06 PM
That's a riot twin Locusts! Tom will get a kick out of it. People tell him all the time he looks like Anthony Bourdain.

Twin Locusts
06-21-2009, 06:19 PM
That's a riot twin Locusts! Tom will get a kick out of it. People tell him all the time he looks like Anthony Bourdain.

Yeah, it's like at a glance so obvious. It looks like you guys have a lot of fun!

You're corn maze photos and sculpted props absolutely rock. There's something very very appealing about a dark open sky above a haunt. Your photos are the first that have had me doing weather research and cost benefit analysis of rainy weekends vs. the freedom and creative potential of an outdoor haunt. I'm in pre-production for 2010 and nothings off the table for theme and build.

The other outstanding presentation of an outdoor haunt I've seen online was in Phoenix, those guys have it made out West. Cool nights and very little chance of rain. Post more photos, your work is inspiring.

Best,
Greg

EDIT: Approaching a haunt from an outdoor perspective makes you sort of re-think what a haunt can be, which is a good exercise. It also makes you start listing potential challenges; things that may have an equivilent with indoor haunts but take wing outdoors.

It seems like securing the location would be challenging, not so much to property loss but to vandalism.

There's got to be a real potential to kids hiding out in the field until after closing.

Flow management would have a whole new life outdoors.

I used to consult several city art councils and metro art boards, airports, etc. The first thing we spoke about when reviewing comission submissions was material and construction. The saying in this industry was that outdoor artwork had to "be able to withstand the meanest and dumbest people in the world for at least the next fifty years" - thus a hell of a lot of bronze sitting around outdoors.

IHAUNT
06-21-2009, 07:11 PM
Great Swamp scene Shane.............. I want one!.............. Eric?!

"Why is Anthony Bourdain sleeping in your coffin?"

I don't look THAT old do I? It must have something to do with the coffin:)

"your guy could be Bourdains body double! - can he cook?"

I can cook a little Italian but I wouldn't eat any of the strange crap that AB eats.

I am out of work at the moment so any takers on my celebrity impersonation of AB?

As for keeping this on topic..." People where are you? "...Eric & I were going to head over to the farm today to work on the corn maze que line but the weather isn't cooperating. I am bored.

Yesterday I and Dan B. (another Haunted Overloader ) went to a help out our good friend Tim Dunne at Fright Kingdom in Nashua. He's hosting the East Coast Haunt Club gathering at his Haunt this year on August 1st. Anybody going? We all plan to be there!

Tomorrow Eric & I plan on continuing to work on the Grim Reaper figures for 'Soul Taker's Burial Ground'. Those coffins we built will be in the scene along with the GR figures.

Here's a pic of me working on the bones for the GR hands from last week.
Please tell me I don't look as old as AB does in that pic! ;)

CIAO!

Tom M.
Creative Consultant
Haunted Overload

tom@hauntedoverload.com

Twin Locusts
06-21-2009, 07:25 PM
"The meanest,dumbest people" have not achieved tool-user status! Peeling the banana is one thing, putting the diamond tipped bit in the rotating hammer drill is something else.


Jim, I'm glad you're not 'dumb or mean' [yes, I'm speculating] for a formidable vandal you would surely be.

the hammer drill was a nice touch, adds a dimension.

Twin Locusts
06-21-2009, 07:29 PM
Great Swamp scene Shane.............. I want one!.............. Eric?!

"Why is Anthony Bourdain sleeping in your coffin?"

I don't look THAT old do I? It must have something to do with the coffin:)

"your guy could be Bourdains body double! - can he cook?"

I can cook a little Italian but I wouldn't eat any of the strange crap that AB eats.

I am out of work at the moment so any takers on my celebrity impersonation of AB?

As for keeping this on topic..." People where are you? "...Eric & I were going to head over to the farm today to work on the corn maze que line but the weather isn't cooperating. I am bored.

Yesterday I and Dan B. (another Haunted Overloader ) went to a help out our good friend Tim Dunne at Fright Kingdom in Nashua. He's hosting the East Coast Haunt Club gathering at his Haunt this year on August 1st. Anybody going? We all plan to be there!

Tomorrow Eric & I plan on continuing to work on the Grim Reaper figures for 'Soul Taker's Burial Ground'. Those coffins we built will be in the scene along with the GR figures.

Here's a pic of me working on the bones for the GR hands from last week.
Please tell me I don't look as old as AB does in that pic! ;)

CIAO!

Tom M.
Creative Consultant
Haunted Overload

tom@hauntedoverload.com

Hey Tom! Yes, this photo looks more like a happy haunter than our food elitist AB.

terrormasue
06-21-2009, 07:38 PM
Thanks Eric for your words. I wish I had some pictures to post but all I have been able to get done are my panels for my maze. I have a few props that I have put together but nothing as cool as what have been posted thus far. Shane your picutres are great and Eric I would love to know how you make your skulls. They are amazing!! My haunt will be utilizing 3 acres and will be very organic. I wish I could grow a corn maze but I am afraid it would burn up before maturing that is why I opted for the panels. Eric where are you located? I would make a trip out just to go through your haunt! Thanks again, and I WILL open in 2010.

elowther
06-21-2009, 08:54 PM
See you tomorrow Tom, we have over 300 finger bones to make!

Terrormasue,
We are located in NH. Let me know if your coming up, I'll give you a tour. There are tons of photos on our gallery pages for you to get ideas of organic designs. Since you are in Texas you could do research on corn mazes down there. I'm sure it wont burn up, check this link out of all the corn mazes in Texas. You would have to do a lot of research though, it's not that easy without major equipment and knowledge. You could probably hire someone to plant it.

http://www.cornmazesamerica.com/texas.htm

Here are a few photos of last years construction in progress, no where near finished. It shows a small section from the back side of the haunt. I use custom fencing with corn stalks attached to them and instead of wall panels I like pine slabs with bark to the outside for an organic look. Some of the fencing I leave open to show lighted scenes. I can keep structures like this up all year. When the time come we roll out rugged black fireproof fabric for the top to make the tunnels dark.

Talk about organic, here is a photo of that pine bough tunnel I was talking about. Tons of work but I have never seen one like it. It zig zags and goes on for a while, each year it is different. Using all these organic materials in a creative way allows me to cut costs, therefore increasing profitability and it keeps people coming back to see what's new for the season. I have to make things look good even during the day because we are open for day tours as well for kids and people that don't want to be scared but like to see all the sculptures and carved pumpkins.

http://i92.photobucket.com/albums/l37/ericlowther/47.jpg

This was one of many that have to be tied into bundles to make walls.
http://i92.photobucket.com/albums/l37/ericlowther/64.jpg

Tony, you have the vine monster how bout a pine bough costume? lol!
http://i92.photobucket.com/albums/l37/ericlowther/39.jpg

Tree monster carving a lot of work but low cost.
http://i92.photobucket.com/albums/l37/ericlowther/67.jpg

graystone
06-22-2009, 07:49 PM
We want to see some photos! Come on share the horror! Shane and its put up or STFU! Shane this time!

Speculo
06-22-2009, 09:13 PM
Here is a sneak peek at one of our 2009 icon characters for NETHERWORLD Haunted House -

The Vampire Lord of our upstairs show BLOODNIGHT -

http://i65.photobucket.com/albums/h212/Speculo/VampHW.jpg

scarygoat
06-22-2009, 09:33 PM
WOW! Is that a silicone mask? That looks sick Ben! You should start selling these masks!!!

Speculo
06-22-2009, 09:43 PM
Yep... Silicone head and hands. Wait till you see the full costume - very cool!

Sell em? We focus all attention just getting open! No way we want the life of a vendor, now that is hard!

There are a lot more Haunted Houses than Haunt Vendors if you get my drift!

Thanks for the kind words.

scarygoat
06-22-2009, 09:52 PM
Ya, I understand. I just realized how hard that would be, lol. Very nice though. Is that Bill "Splat" who helps with your silicone masks?

Speculo
06-22-2009, 10:05 PM
Yes Bill made the head, Matt Silva made the hands, Jayne Rogers made the costume, and that is my lovely smile.

Thanks!

scarygoat
06-22-2009, 10:11 PM
LOL. I should be coming down there this fall, so hopefully I will be able to see this blood sucker in action!

elowther
06-23-2009, 12:59 AM
That is insane Ben! Fantastic job by everyone involved in creating this new character. Great photo as well.

2 questions, how hot is it and how long to put the whole costume on.

Thanks for posting the photo, very inspiring. Something to shoot for in the future, you guys keep raising the bar every year!

Eric

graystone
06-23-2009, 07:27 AM
Thats something I really need to get my hands on and thats a inhouse mask maker! Shane and its anyone want to apply for the job? Shane this time!

P.S. keepem coming!

Nightgore
06-23-2009, 07:29 AM
Our blog is constantly updated with news and pics from/about the haunt. You can follow it here:

http://www.screampark.blogspot.com

-Tyler

PS: Some of the updates are a little out of date, just sometimes we get so busy we forget to update the blog! hahahaa....

graystone
06-25-2009, 03:53 PM
I know there are others that wants to share some pictures! Shane and its come on POST THEM! Shane this time.

HauntPhReAk
06-26-2009, 02:34 AM
OK, this may be a dumb question, but since I'm new here and obviously don't know the answer, I'm just going to ask. Shane, you keep asking others to keep posting pictures, so where are your pictures (I know you posted one set but you keep telling everyone to keep posting more, so what about you or did you mean for each haunt just to post one set)? Thanks for sharing!

graystone
06-26-2009, 07:32 AM
You are new here for sure LMAO. Yes I posted a peek and thats what I am asking others to post. I don't mean for the ones thats posted to post more unless they want to of course I am asking for those who have not posted yet to post a few sneek pics. Shane and its anyone wanna introduce Haunt to me? Shane this time!!

The Forsaken Crypt
06-26-2009, 08:37 AM
Well me and my crew have a serious garage haunt, We start probably at the beginning of july just to get all the wood and materials needed for props and walls and such. So much to do such little time, Its really hard to do because I also have work, Marching band and a movie to direct at the same time. Here is some stuff I started working on. In my honest opinion I dont think it looks to shabby for a garage haunt, The 1st pic is part of a wall we made with a skull candle. The other is a haunted garden/forest and the 3rd is a rotting skeleton we worked on
http://img233.imageshack.us/img233/3989/n5965316839109881336.jpghttp://img29.imageshack.us/img29/6625/n5965316839270977453.jpghttp://img233.imageshack.us/img233/9645/n5965316839109819178.jpg

UndeadProd
06-28-2009, 03:01 PM
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elowther
06-28-2009, 03:14 PM
That looks awesome Scott! Your production value is amazing. Short, to the point and leaves them wanting more. Your haunt, photos and videos are always top notch. The sound is great in this clip also.

Thanks for sharing!

Eric

StackerSteve
06-28-2009, 03:26 PM
I just had a very good meeting with the haunt owner about what is expected of me this year. I am so excited and will most likely start construction very soon. There won't be too much since they will provide me the shack for the photobooth. I am setting up a photo shoot with my photographer. I' ll get pics soon. The only thing I've been doing is working on my charachter mask

tchaunt
06-28-2009, 05:06 PM
I was planning on taking a few trips to help Tyler set up some things, but marching band is getting in the way. I already get the feeling it's going to be difficult staying in marching band and doing ANYTHING with a haunt. In fact, this year, we've got a competition on Halloween. That means all day long and some of Sunday, I will be gone to some other county I don't even know. I should march in costume! >: D

Well, good luck to all you haunters out there! I hope you can get your haunts up and together as much as you want in time for your opening night!

brad
06-29-2009, 11:59 PM
Shane we have been hard at work on my new haunt this year. We are currently setting up all of the walls, and pretty soon we will be done with that, and it will be time to start decorating.

Here's a few shots of under-construction work.

elowther
06-30-2009, 12:22 AM
Looking good Brad, you guys are cranking on the construction. Thanks for sharing!

Eric

graystone
06-30-2009, 07:35 AM
Its coming along great Brad! Shane and its keep up the good work! Shane this time.

Kevin Dells
06-30-2009, 08:27 AM
Im not haunting for who i used to this season, i decided back in November to take the build season off and haven't heard back from them since(hard feelings who knows)?

So im looking at an eventless October unless somethingelse comes up, kind of strange not having anything penciled in, it's always been very busy from now through october.

The haunting jitters as season draws closer is not there as much as i thought it would be, i"ll probably be a complete spazz by september who knows?

Twin Locusts
06-30-2009, 09:38 AM
It looks great Brad! I love that venue.

When I first glanced at the photo I thought you had made a traditional stud frame at 24" on center, then I realized those are 4X8 frames.

How are you connecting them? All I've ever done is pre-make the entire panel so the panels have to be joined along the horizontal tops, not on the sides.

I'm just curious how you're connecting for easy tear down?

The good part about working in Shreveport this time of year are the mild temps.

IHAUNT
06-30-2009, 07:34 PM
Here's another pic of me from last week making bones for the Grim Reaper figures. I'm doing my best Anthony Bourdain face here, especially for the enjoyment of Twin Locusts. :)

" Hey Tom, Can I have some more HAM with that????? "

Only a coupla' hundred to go Eric!

Tom.

brad
06-30-2009, 11:30 PM
It looks great Brad! I love that venue.

When I first glanced at the photo I thought you had made a traditional stud frame at 24" on center, then I realized those are 4X8 frames.

How are you connecting them? All I've ever done is pre-make the entire panel so the panels have to be joined along the horizontal tops, not on the sides.

I'm just curious how you're connecting for easy tear down?

The good part about working in Shreveport this time of year are the mild temps.

Thanks man!

As far as design, we were originally going to build many 4x8 frames, and connect them together on the sides with screws and then from the top with boards connecting them together. Then we decided that for the longer walls, we would build 8x8 sections. This would cut down a lot on cutting wood, save us on some screws, and we'll have an easier time moving them around.

We are setting up all of the frames with a plywood sheet here and there for support. Later, we wil come in and mount all of the plywood panels. The floor is not perfectly flat, so we will have to trim a piece here and there.

Once I get back in town, I will start decorating the rooms, so I will be showing off some pics of the set design.

Twin Locusts
07-01-2009, 10:16 AM
Seriously Tom. Seriously.

http://www.hauntworld.com/haunted_house_forums/picture.php?albumid=36&pictureid=340

elowther
07-01-2009, 10:38 AM
That is the funniest thing I have seen in a long time! Good retouching job Twin Locusts! Tom knew you would get a kick out of it so he posed that way.
The Hauntworld t shirt makes it even more entertaining.

Thanks for the laugh from both of you.

Eric

Nightmare_Trance
07-01-2009, 10:53 AM
Long lost twins?

Neil

Twin Locusts
07-05-2009, 02:01 PM
.....bump.....