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Front Yard Fright
06-22-2009, 12:44 AM
Upon visiting Hauntworld.com and clicking on the link to look for the haunts in Iowa, I read this:

"The best haunted house in Iowa is located just on the border in Omaha called The Masters Castle which features four awesome attractions including The Masters Castle, The House on the Hill, The Haunted Woods and The Stalks 10 acre cornmaze. To learn more visit them on the web at www.scaryacres.com.

Another AWESOME haunted house located not far from Iowa is The Darkness and Creepyworld located a short drive away in St. Louis. You can learn more about them at www.scarefest.com."

How can it be "The best in IOWA" when it's in NEBRASKA!?

It goes on...

"Some other cool scary places in Trails of Terror in Ackley, Iowa, Haunt Nation in Grimes, Iowa, House Of Death in Waterloo, Iowa, Frightmare Forest in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, The Haunted Manor in Lake City, Iowa, Thrashers House of Terror in Mount Pleasant, Iowa and many more click on page two of our listings for more haunted houses in Iowa. Click on Page TWO of our listings page in Iowa to find all of the above attractions."

Isn't this defeating the purpose of each individual listing? And if you're going to list them, list them ALL.

If I could, I would log in and DELETE my account from Hauntworld. I'm sick of this biased crap!

freak 'n' stein
06-22-2009, 02:03 AM
I know exactly what you mean man, because the South Carolina listing is 100% incomplete. It lists a haunt as being in SC when in fact it's in NC. I was doing research on local haunts of Friday and realized there are better listing sites out there. EPIC FAIL

BarbieHaunt
06-22-2009, 04:29 AM
Not trying to overstep, but Larry is trying very hard to get everyone to update their listings:

http://www.hauntworld.com/haunted_house_forums/showthread.php?t=8776

Just trying to help!

Mr Nightmarez
06-22-2009, 08:36 AM
I agree... no matter what state you go to there are other haunts (maybe they did pay for this advertising?) Maybe not...
We bought our banner ad and are getting the run around now... frustrating to get it online and going.

But if you pull up Tennessee - You get MO, GA, AL, KY and even OHIO Haunts w/ banners - and as I said - if they paid fine... but my understanding was that the STATE Haunts are listed first then the others? Some of the other local haunts are listed but lost among the banners of other states.

Mississippi has two banners from the state yet banners from GA, AL, Ohio, LA, etc...

Alaska has one and The Darkness - Missouri?

Arizona - only 1 banner - The Darkness...

I won't continue to waste time - but it's frustrating to support the communist nation - And I'm wishing we would have spent our money elsewhere.

damon carson
06-22-2009, 10:37 AM
You never really had this problem till they started selling banners. I would buy one for Missouri. But if Im gonna spend good hard earned money I want to be the first listed. And living in Missouri I have a snow balls chance in hell for that. But its Larrys site he can do what he wants.
Damon

Front Yard Fright
06-22-2009, 12:26 PM
Well and I understand selling banners and all that... you gotta make money somehow.
However, they should have a select area for "Featured Banners" instead of saying "The BEST haunt in Iowa is... and is located in..." when in reality it's located in NEBRASKA!

If Larry were to run his site professonaily no doubt more haunts would want to join, update their listings, and WANT to be here... Instead of what's going on right now with people wishing they had taken their money someplace else.

Haunted Illinois
06-22-2009, 03:28 PM
Well, I have complained to Larry about that.. Something like only three of the top ten featured banners in Illinois last year were for events that were in Illinois. I raised my concerns to Larry that only Illinois Haunts should be in the Illinois section and it has fallen upon deaf ears. He wants to turn a buck and will sell to anyone who will buy a banner. Even if a Hawaii haunt wants to buy an Illinois banner. LOL. I DO understand, though, that Larry has to pay to keep the site up and he can make the rules. At the same time, I agree that selling spaces to out-of-state events is confusing to the general public who view the site. When you see the title of the page as “Find Haunted Houses, Halloween Attractions and Haunted Hayrides in Illinois”, you expect what you are looking at to be a list of events within that state. But hey, I don’t make the rules around here. LOL.

drfrightner
06-22-2009, 04:46 PM
No it is NOT DUMB...

Last time I checked Front Yard Haunt didn't buy a banner and didn't buy a featured listing. You can't complain that someone else steps up and realizes something is good for their business and buys it.

We are now adding MORE content to our pages and we feature the haunts who are paying. If you had bought a featured listing or a banner we would have featured you as well.

If the shoe was on the other foot you would not disagree. Are you paying thousands upon thousands to maintain this site? NO!

Are you paying all the bills for the SEO people I have working for the site now? NO! Are you paying for all the problems, new features, and upgrades for this site? NO! You are not paying one dime, however you do get a free listing with all the same bells and whistles that everyone else gets.

The marketing makes you money period, personally I don't understand why every single haunt in the world doesn't take advantage... this is why some haunts get richer and others get poorer. Marketing is the key to running a successful haunted house, you don't load up on latex monsters and then save every penny you can on marketing. You got it backwards!

Most haunt owners in this industry have things backwards so they do 5,000 guests while others do 50,000... bottom line I don't make money on this site not yet, I spend more to learn from mistakes and payback the people who do spend their money to support the site.

If someone wants to advertise in a state any state we are wide open!

Larry

FEAR ASYLUM
06-22-2009, 05:18 PM
i can say this , i think that Larry ,and Patti and the whole crew up there in mo do an awesome job on this site and, i aspire and dream to one day be able to have a haunt of xtreme perfection such as what they have mastered in st louis , there imagination never fails to excite us here in small town and we appreciate every little thing they do , that makes the haunted house industry just that much better and we for one will continue to support Larry and Patti and the whole crew down there in what ever way we can , They have bent over backwards to help us and we are forever grateful for this site and there entire team , and professionalism , we were on our way to meet every on at transworld when the radiator went out in the truck and we had to be towed back and spend all the transworld money on a new one along with tow , but that still has not stopped me from excuting my plans for this 2009 haunted house , although we are small and maybe do 2,000 to 3,000 people in a season we have fun and learn and continue to better our selves as every year passes , and will not stop untill our dreams are fulfilled and to larry and patti we will see you at transworld 2010 if we have to crawl there naked thats a promise , so i guess i will end with take the other haunts that advertise in your state contact them and see if every one can cross promote each and you will be surprised how much better every thing is but always remember have fun and help others that what we are about as a family of haunters , love you all and talk to you all soon

RJ Productions
06-22-2009, 05:34 PM
I can't totally disagree that some haunts in one state would advertise in another.
If I'm in Southern Illinois I am a heck of a lot closer to St. Louis than Chicago! In fact look at anyone in ANY rural area of Illinois, they have to wade through all the listing for the Chicagoland area to try and find any other Illinois listing!

People in Kansas City...Kansas or Missouri??? Every state has an example. I am sure the newpaper in Carbondale is not going to refuse an ad from a haunt just because it's across the river in Missouri! A smart businessman will want to advertise in both. And as stated haunts have an option if they want to purchase a banner or not. If they choose not to and someone else does, whose fault is it??

I'm from Vegas. I visit friends in Chicago, LA, New York and what do I see?? Ads for Las Vegas!!
Each of us has to decide if something is beneficial for our business or not. If purchasing an out of state banner isn't effective, it won't be done long. If they're back the following year it must be accomplishing something!!I spend $5,000 on a MySpace promotion. IF it had been effective I would have been back, I wasn't, I'm not...simple. If you don't want out of state banners I guess it's up to the in-state haunts to purchase them first.

Just my opinion!

Haunted Illinois
06-22-2009, 06:04 PM
No it is NOT DUMB... If someone wants to advertise in a state any state we are wide open!
Larry

Larry, maybe it IS dumb... Don't brow-beat someone when they make a valid point, learn from it!
Selling ad space in the IOWA section of your directory to an event in NEBRASKA is just plain stupid. Why?
1) Because the general public is going to notice the event is in a state VERY far away, and as a result, they will question the integrity of the data on your website. BAD MOVE!
2) Posting online that "The best haunted house in Iowa is xyz", when that event is located in Nebraska is not only confusing, but it is also false advertising! This event isn't even in or near Iowa, so how can you advertise that it is!?!?
Posting false information is wrong, PERIOD!



BTW, Fear Asylum, don't talk to Larry about cross-promotion. He doesn't believe in it. In fact, in the past, he slammed Steve Krisof for suggesting it as a marketing technique, stating that it was like Walmart advertising for Target.

I can't totally disagree that some haunts in one state would advertise in another...
I'm from Vegas. I visit friends in Chicago, LA, New York and what do I see?? Ads for Las Vegas!!


Good point about neighboring state ads. Posting ads all across the country is fine for vacation advertisements... "Go gambling in Vegas!", but what about haunt adverts? For the most part, folks are only going to go to haunted attractions within their own state... or in bordering states.
So what's your take on some idiot in Nebraska saying that his haunt is the best one in Iowa? C'mon, you can't agree with that, can you?
I know I will be lambasted for this, but events should only be advertised in the states which they reside. Illinois events on HauntedIllinois.com, Wisconsin events on HauntedWisconsin.com and Ohio events on HauntedOhio.com.

Front Yard Fright
06-22-2009, 07:11 PM
My main argument here isn't about promoting other haunts in other states. I understand that to a point.

However, I don't agree at all with the fact that you state "The best haunted house is in NEBRASKA."

Just because a haunt pays to be on a site does NOT make it the best in the state... Especially when the haunt isn't even IN the state you claim it to be the best of!

... It's DUMB.

HauntedMemphis
06-22-2009, 07:26 PM
I personally like searching by metropolitan area over state for many of the reasons in here. If you want to know what would actually be useful, it would be the ability to put in your zip code, and then list haunted houses in order of distance from that zip code.

I live in Memphis, so I understand that accross states can make sense. I'm in Tennessee, if I cross the city line to the south, I'm in Mississippi, and if I cross to the west, I'm in Arkansas.

Other than Memphis haunts, Nashville are generally the closest in Tennessee, and that is about 3-3.5 hours away. Little Rock in Arkansas is only 2 hours as is Tupelo in Mississippi. Graystone in Killen Alabama is about the same distance as Nashville.

Chatanooga is about 5 and a halfhours away, which is actually longer than it takes to get to St. Louis. Knoxville is 7 hours away, which is longer than it would take to get to New Orleans or Atlanta.

So I guess my point is, the way the site is set up by state is set up for advertising income. It isn't set up for the ease of users or to get good information. It's why I use other sites when searching for haunts.

Front Yard Fright
06-22-2009, 07:40 PM
Very good point HM. I was just on FindAHaunt.com today and the way they have it set up is fantastic. You can enter your home address and then search for haunts withing a __ mile radius.

That way, if you're in southern Iowa, you're not finding haunts located in Minnesota.

Twin Locusts
06-22-2009, 09:00 PM
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freak 'n' stein
06-22-2009, 09:39 PM
larry, maybe it is dumb... Don't brow-beat someone when they make a valid point, learn from it!
Selling ad space in the iowa section of your directory to an event in nebraska is just plain stupid. Why?
1) because the general public is going to notice the event is in a state very far away, and as a result, they will question the integrity of the data on your website. Bad move!
2) posting online that "the best haunted house in iowa is xyz", when that event is located in nebraska is not only confusing, but it is also false advertising! This event isn't even in or near iowa, so how can you advertise that it is!?!?
Posting false information is wrong, period!



Btw, fear asylum, don't talk to larry about cross-promotion. He doesn't believe in it. In fact, in the past, he slammed steve krisof for suggesting it as a marketing technique, stating that it was like walmart advertising for target.


Good point about neighboring state ads. Posting ads all across the country is fine for vacation advertisements... "go gambling in vegas!", but what about haunt adverts? For the most part, folks are only going to go to haunted attractions within their own state... Or in bordering states.
So what's your take on some idiot in nebraska saying that his haunt is the best one in iowa? C'mon, you can't agree with that, can you?
I know i will be lambasted for this, but events should only be advertised in the states which they reside. Illinois events on hauntedillinois.com, wisconsin events on hauntedwisconsin.com and ohio events on hauntedohio.com.

excellent point

drfrightner
06-22-2009, 10:55 PM
Adam,

I could care less what you think sorry! You run your thing backwards as far as I'm concerned and you think I run mine backwards but in the end I could care less what you think and you could care less what I think so lets leave it at that.

As for this whole topic its stupid... when you run a business you can run it anyway you want and if people don't like it they don't have to use it. I do learn from my mistakes and my experiences and that is WHY I CHANGE things constantly.

I'm not changing anything if you paid to promote your haunted houses opposed to not paying then our system will send you 5 to 10 times more traffic. If you choose not to buy web marketing you are losing out big time its really that simple. I'm am spending tons of money to make those who support us as much money as I can and send them as much traffic as I can. IF there are no haunts in Florida who want to buy banners but haunts in Alabama who do then those are the ones who get promoted the most period!

That is dumb that is business!

This idea that you shouldn't let people market their business a business they KNOW BETTER THAN YOU is what is dumb! AND I MEAN THAT!

Learn marketing or get left behind its that simple.

Larry

drfrightner
06-22-2009, 11:11 PM
In response to Rich's post... he understands 110% and he's 110% correct.

WHO IS ANYONE TO QUESTION what makes sense for them do you live in St. Louis for example... NO YOU DO NOT! 40% of every customer that comes to my haunted house is from the state of Illinois why because the second biggest area of Illinois population share the media market known as ST LOUIS!

Half the people who live in Springfield, Illinois for that matter are CARDINAL FANS NOT CUB FANS!

If you live in Las Vegas, LA is less than a two hour drive and Vegas gets tons of people from LA daily. If you live in Philadelphia you are close to New York City, Baltimore, Washington DC, all over Deleware and the list goes on and on.

There are several cities and area's of the country to pull from. Does the St. Louis Six Flags market to only people in St. Louis HELL NO... go to www.holidayworld.com (http://www.holidayworld.com) and look at directions they will give you directions from like 10 different cities.

They are reaching people that far a way!

I want customers from Africa if I can get them but what is reasonable... within 200 miles is reasonable to assume someone might drive to you to see a really good haunted house. So I will push the limits as do many others and that simply isn't dumb that is smart.

Larry

Jolly Pumpkin
06-22-2009, 11:20 PM
Well, finally a thread that has some drama. I don't think it makes too much sense to have haunts in states where they don't reside, but if it's just featured haunts I guess it's not that big of a deal. As far as haunts cross promoting each other I think it's vital if you want to be successful. Yeah there are haunts out there that don't cross promote each other and are successful, but they could be more if they would help each other out. It helps a lot more then it hurts. Plus it makes haunting that much more enjoyable when you are working together with someone who has the same passion as you.


Yeah, I know Larry that I don't run a haunt, but I've been to enough in my years of reviewing to know what they do that makes them successful. I'm not really sure what your beef with Adam is since He plays a major part in promoting Illionis haunts which kinda helps your business since St. Louis isn't too far from Illinois. At the end of the day Larry must be doing something right since the website is still up and running after so many years and has many visitors.

Front Yard Fright
06-23-2009, 12:37 AM
Larry you're completely ignoring what I said.

Is Omaha located in Iowa? No!

There for Scary Acres can NOT be the best haunt in IOWA!

I understand promoting in other states. That's fine. But come on here! It's common sense!

drfrightner
06-23-2009, 02:59 AM
Where does it say that? It says the best haunted house near Iowa. Either way doesn't matter if you see an error on the site send me an email its really that simple. I appreciate hearing about errors on the site or mistakes or whatever. So next time you find one send me an email no need to start a thread like this.

But thanks for bringing something like this to my attention.

Larry

shawnc
06-23-2009, 04:32 AM
I can't find where the haunt mentioned says it's the best in Iowa. If it does, that could just be clever (although insulting) marketing. In other words, the haunts in Iowa are so bad that none of them deserve the title and you have to go to another state to find the best haunt in the state of Iowa.



Selling ad space in the IOWA section of your directory to an event in NEBRASKA is just plain stupid. Why?
1) Because the general public is going to notice the event is in a state VERY far away


Iowa and Nebraska border each other. Neither is VERY far away from the other. I agree with your point about states far away from each other, but using bordering states is a bad way to make the point.

My U.S. geography is a little rusty so a quick look at a map proves the point about Memphis haunts and the point Larry is trying to make. There are many, many states that have metropolitan areas in bordering states that are closer than many of the big cities within their own state. I live in California, which is the extreme example. A haunt in Redding will come up because it's in this state. But it's 764 miles away from me. Parts of Texas, three states away, are closer.

I do like the idea of being able to find haunts within so many miles of your home.

brad
06-23-2009, 09:49 AM
I do like the idea of being able to find haunts within so many miles of your home.

Larry, is this something you could look into doing on this site? I think its a great idea, and it works great on every site I've seen it on, especially eBay.

Front Yard Fright
06-23-2009, 12:25 PM
Where does it say that? It says the best haunted house near Iowa. Either way doesn't matter if you see an error on the site send me an email its really that simple. I appreciate hearing about errors on the site or mistakes or whatever. So next time you find one send me an email no need to start a thread like this.

But thanks for bringing something like this to my attention.

Larry

In my very first thread I copied and pasted the text directly from Hauntworld... It said IN.

Either way, I'm glad you changed it.

Front Yard Fright
06-23-2009, 12:28 PM
Another thing is, why do you list all these haunts, but not mine?

"Some other cool scary places in Trails of Terror in Ackley, Iowa, Haunt Nation in Grimes, Iowa, House Of Death in Waterloo, Iowa, Frightmare Forest in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, The Haunted Manor in Lake City, Iowa, Thrashers House of Terror in Mount Pleasant, Iowa and many more click on page two of our listings for more haunted houses in Iowa. Click on Page TWO of our listings page in Iowa to find all of the above attractions."

I noticed you've done similar things with other states. It doesn't make sense to list all these haunts if you're not going to list them all... That's what each individual listing is for... Right???

drfrightner
06-23-2009, 01:45 PM
All listings are free go and create one and update your profile. As for featuring your haunt if you are in a state with other featured haunts we will not profile your attractions because you are not a paid advertiser of the site. Its not really debatable that is just business.

Sorry.

Larry

txaschainsaw
06-23-2009, 01:57 PM
Larry,

No disrespect to you, but i think youre getting confused on what these people are trying to tell you.

They are not mad that you are allowing people to post in other states.

The thing they are upset about is, if they are a haunt in Iowa, than why do you let another haunt that isnt even in Iowa post as being the best haunt in Iowa?

Its this thing called false advertisement, and its wrong. I learned that, because i tried to do it.

If the haunt isnt in Iowa, then it has NO RIGHT to put that its the best haunt in Iowa. Because that is VIRTUALLY IMPOSSIBLE. Because its not even in Iowa, its in Nebraska.

Personally i think it is just complete bull**** that youre going to let this haunt get away with that. Other haunts in Iowa are working there asses off trying to get there haunts ready, and get them properly advertised.

But then some other haunt jumps in and says they are the best in Iowa.

Two of the haunt owners in Iowa, i have talked to, they are very nice people, and i think they deserve a fair shot.

The haunt in Nebraska is doing false advertisement, plain and simple. Second, they look like complete morons saying "were the best in Iowa, but were located in Nebraska"

and what pisses me off the most is that this site lets those people get away with it.

Front Yard Fright
06-23-2009, 02:03 PM
All listings are free go and create one and update your profile. As for featuring your haunt if you are in a state with other featured haunts we will not profile your attractions because you are not a paid advertiser of the site. Its not really debatable that is just business.

Sorry.

Larry


So you're saying that all of those haunts paid to be on the first page??

Because I know for a fact that Frightmare Forest from Cedar Rapids would NEVER give you a penny for advertisement on your site.

You list multiple haunts that have free listings, yet you leave mine out.

Also, I've e-mailed you about loging into my profile on Hauntforum to update my lisiting... You have yet to respond.

drfrightner
06-23-2009, 04:57 PM
Let me give you the bottom line... I am paying out of my own pocket to have articles written, reviews written and I'm paying big bucks for SEO companies. You are paying ZERO OF THAT... you have nothing to complain about. End of story!

I'm working for the advertisers first and foremost. End of story!

You have access to a free listing and I hope it brings you a lot of exposure and I hope you update your listing and make it work for you!

Outside of that I can do no more. All the work we do to promote our site and promote our advertises sprinkle down to everyone else who has a free listing. You can pay a mere $100.00 and upgrade your listing to FEATURED and then this conversation is a mute point.

Bottom line this subject is over as far as I'm concerned I've explained every which way I can I'm working for the benefit of the site overall and the advertisers because they are the ones who are paying the bills.

If you dont like our Iowa page feel free to upgrade your listings then I become your servent! LOL

Larry

Front Yard Fright
06-23-2009, 05:21 PM
Larry you are completely ignoring what I'm saying!

Go to this URL: http://hauntworld.com/iowa_haunted_houses

Under "Hauntworld Reviews Iowa Haunted Houses"

In the fifth paragraph is says:

"Some other cool scary places in Trails of Terror in Ackley, Iowa, Haunt Nation in Grimes, Iowa, House Of Death in Waterloo, Iowa, Frightmare Forest in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, The Haunted Manor in Lake City, Iowa, Thrashers House of Terror in Mount Pleasant, Iowa and many more click on page two of our listings for more haunted houses in Iowa. Click on Page TWO of our listings page in Iowa to find all of the above attractions."

Is Trails of Terror a featured listing? No!
Is Haunt Nation? House of Death? Frightmare Forest!? No!!!

NONE of these haunts paid to be there... Yet they are.

Larry answer this question:

How come these haunts are listed, yet my haunt is left out?

DeadManWalking
06-23-2009, 09:37 PM
The listings are full of false advertising. How can Screampark in Lexington Ky. have a five star review and have 10 out of 10 skulls when they haven't even had their first season yet?

Nightgore
06-23-2009, 09:46 PM
Yeah, that was one of our crew members! We've been constructing for a while now and after he seen the stuff, got on here and did that! Ugh...

Oh well, there's nothing I can do about that. Sorry. -Tyler

PS: I don't think that's false advertising either! hahaha... ;)

Front Yard Fright
06-23-2009, 09:49 PM
Well the same goes for "The House of Death" in Waterloo, Iowa. 2009 is their first season yet they have 45 out of 50!? Doesn't make sense to me!

Haunted Illinois
06-23-2009, 09:52 PM
C'mon DeadManWalking, there isn't one thing in this entire directory that could be considered false or misleading...

For instance, if you check the Hawaii directory page... the one entitled "Find Haunted Houses, Halloween Attractions and Haunted Hayrides in Hawaii". You'll find that the only featured banner is for the Darkness Haunted House. We all know that St Louis, MO is near Hawaii. LOL.

Nightgore
06-23-2009, 09:56 PM
You just can't help that stuff... you have crew members, actors, radio station reps, etc. etc... that may visit HW.com and could go ahead and vote on this stuff. I know we have radio people, some TV station employees, family, crew and a TON of other people stopping by the haunt on a daily basis! So, really, ANYONE can see's ANYTHING of your haunt at ANY point of the year... could get on here and adjust your "rating".

I don't think the general public is going to say something like... "Oh, lets go to _________ because they got 50 skulls! YEAH!"...

Yeah, I don't think that's going to happen. Hahahaha... -Tyler

freak 'n' stein
06-23-2009, 10:02 PM
I don't think the general public is going to say something like... "Oh, lets go to _________ because they got 50 skulls! YEAH!"...

Yeah, I don't think that's going to happen. Hahahaha... -Tyler

Says the man with 10 out of 10 skulls...hahahaha!!

Can we all just agree to disagree? This whole system has kinks that need to be fixed. Until they are, we are just going to keep finding more reasons to pick at them.

Motograter
06-23-2009, 10:36 PM
I really don't like the idea of having another "same state" haunted house advertising in our featured listing. We bought a 4 place spot banner in the state of Michigan. If you click on our listing, the very first thing that you see is another "same state" haunted house banner which is in the 5th place banner spot right underneath ours in big bold text. You have to scroll down a little in order to view our haunt information. I feel this could be taking away potential customers to our haunt. It's kind of like me paying for a full 60 second radio commercial but have another haunted house advertising for the first 15 seconds on my radio time.

Front Yard Fright
06-24-2009, 12:16 PM
I really don't like the idea of having another "same state" haunted house advertising in our featured listing. We bought a 4 place spot banner in the state of Michigan. If you click on our listing, the very first thing that you see is another "same state" haunted house banner which is in the 5th place banner spot right underneath ours in big bold text. You have to scroll down a little in order to view our haunt information. I feel this could be taking away potential customers to our haunt. It's kind of like me paying for a full 60 second radio commercial but have another haunted house advertising for the first 15 seconds on my radio time.

They probably just paid Larry more and there for are better than you...

Seems like Larry only cares about the money, not the actual haunts or haunters OR the people using Hauntworld.

mindtumor
06-25-2009, 10:05 AM
They probably just paid Larry more and there for are better than you...

Seems like Larry only cares about the money, not the actual haunts or haunters OR the people using Hauntworld.

I highly doubt Larry feels that way. I am sure it was just something they tried to help other haunts, I doubt he felt he was hindering anyone by adding the feature. I don't like the feature but not everyone likes everything about everything. Besides no one else ever mentioned it even being on there but me so it must not be an issue for anyone else. Besides that is between him and I and noone else, it never should have been mentioned again.