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    Thank for the help Greg! BTW, just got done ROFL...

    Thank for the help Greg! BTW, just got done ROFL after I read your signiture. I have probably read it about 10 times by now, and just noticed the part that says,"You read this again,didn't you." Too...
  2. Let's see what I can do for ya',

    This will depend mainly on how much area you plan on covering. We use a "loop" style track next to a large campground. We have scenes in the middle (of which you can sometimes see from both...
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    Thanks, that was the kind of info that I was...

    Thanks, that was the kind of info that I was looking for. Those are the topics that I will need to study then. Sounds like fun in the long run!
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    Mechanical Engineering Help...

    I attended a convention in Las Vegas las year, and was amazed by the large (in some cases HUGE) animatronic displays that they have. But, what amazed me even more was the simple designs they were...
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    Bump.Bump.Bump.

    Bump.Bump.Bump.
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    Light Controls

    I am always looking for ways to control the lights in our Haunt. We mainly use incandesant and flouresant lights. Things that we have used are: residential motion sensor lights, dimmer switches,...
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    Thanks for the reply, BTW.One of the rooms was a...

    Thanks for the reply, BTW.One of the rooms was a knock-off or ripley's, called Snipley's I Can't Belive This! Museum. It was hard to control the flow of people due to a lack of actors last year, and...
  8. Your quite welcome. The cost per panel will vary...

    Your quite welcome. The cost per panel will vary depending on lumber prices, so look for deals throughout the year. A good price for O.S.B. is around $6.50 a sheet and about $2.00 per 2x4, so about...
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    Old Orchard Park's Haunted House and Hayride

    I created a "Hellivator" several years ago out of a big cart (6'x8') we had for moving large floor mats. The frame of the cart was made of 2" square box steel tubing. It had four heavy duty caster...
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    Room Ideas for a Dark CarnEvil?

    I have been browsing the forum for ideas for our Haunted House this year(2009). This is the first year we have decided to use the same theme twice, Old Orchard Park's Dark CarnEvil. The Haunted...
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    Old Orchard Park's Haunted House and Hayride

    If I understand correctly, one of the things that you needed was some strong glue for cardboard. Here in Oscoda, Michigan, we have an annual Snowbox Derby, in which contestants make a "sled" out of...
  12. Old Orchard Park's Haunted House and Hayride

    I may be new to the forum, but not to haunted houses. I have run our Haunted House for six or seven years now, and along the way found some ideas that may help you. I'm not sure if I need to, but I...
  13. Poll: Old Orchard Park's Haunted House and Hayride

    For the last eight to nine years, we have completey changed our theme. We have done everything from Aliens to Haunted Mines to Zombies. As for last year, we choose the Dark Carn-Evil theme. After...
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