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    I love when Artifact Images come over to film.







     

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    The vulture hideout is totally awesome .I really enjoy the way you use branches, logs, etc., and you turn them into something spectacular. Keep up the excellent work, It's been a joy watching your progress.
     

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    Eric Im loving all this! Its really looking great. And it even looks scary in the day. I can only imagine what it would look at night. With the moon shining through the trees. I just hope you dont get poison ivy from all this. LOL! Keep rockin!
    Damon
    Damon Carson
     

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    Wow that is genuinely redneck! lol

    Seriosly, that is amazing it looks like a northeastern hick town. Keep on kicking ass, it's looking great!
    *Sigh*I can't wait til' October
     

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    I am consistently impressed by the organic feel of your work... it looks like a natural extension of the landscape. By incorporating so much nature, you set the bar for how outdoor haunts should look. Keep it up!!
    I became insane, with long intervals of horrible sanity.
     

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    Not to mention saving tons of money making stuff out of sticks, LOL!

    The two tipi like structures are walk throughs and look pretty cool inside.

    Eric
     

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    Your small buildings look scary even in full daylight! That's impressive!
     

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    This looks cool when you are right under it. I don't have a photo from that angle yet.

     

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    Masterful creative work. I know patrons will appreciate the work you've done.
     

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