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    Ok, here's the problem. Due to my horrible habit on impulse buying at TW, I have 2 Easter Bunny costumes that I bought. One is just a regular costume- nothing fancy or creepy. Then I bought an evil, possessed Easter Bunny outfit from Bump In The Night Studios.
    I kinda like the idea of having an Evil Easter Bunny room in my haunt(there is no general theme through my haunt except for having some real in-your-face scares.)
    I can't think of what else to have in this room besides these 2 costumes and actors. What else can I put in there for scenic design?

    I can make it look like a little child's play room...or?

    My mind is blank right now.
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    Sticking with the bunny idea, maybe some (large) nasty looking Easter Eggs.
    And maybe some gross Easter baskets...
     

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    Run Rabbit runnnnnnnnnnnn, I would utilize the Happy bunny has a distraction scare, as the victim walks into room have happy bunny bouncing around, as the victim is thinking wtf, have the evil rabbit get them,!!!!!!! for the record we got the evil rabbit as well....... tried ordering it last year but they said they sold out. sniff sniff something smells funny
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    Yes, big Eggs with fancy designs on them, maybe you are walking through colored plastic grass, the walls are like the inside of a basket and the finale is a large killer marshmello chicky/monster.

    There should be all kinds of pastel decore like happy easter on a banner in pink and light blue then screw it up with bloody hand prints or splattered blood.

    Music could be the eater bonnet song, I hate that. The whole feel would be an evil "it's a small small world"

    Big jelly beans that perhaps move around like tribbles in star trek, and make odd little noises.


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    [quote="bodybagging"]Run Rabbit runnnnnnnnnnnn, I would utilize the Happy bunny has a distraction scare, as the victim walks into room have happy bunny bouncing around, as the victim is thinking wtf, have the evil rabbit get them,!!!!!!![/quote

    That's exactly what I was thinking of. I've got donw what would happe in there- where the actors would be, but I just couldn't think of what else to put in the room.


    I like the giant easter eggs idea.

    What else...?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Chrise
    Yes, big Eggs with fancy designs on them, maybe you are walking through colored plastic grass, the walls are like the inside of a basket and the finale is a large killer marshmello chicky/monster.

    There should be all kinds of pastel decore like happy easter on a banner in pink and light blue then screw it up with bloody hand prints or splattered blood.

    Music could be the eater bonnet song, I hate that. The whole feel would be an evil "it's a small small world"

    Big jelly beans that perhaps move around like tribbles in star trek, and make odd little noises.
    Easter Bonnet Song? Im curious, what kind of sound effects does it have in it?
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    Well, the calendar says Easter this year is April 8th, it shouldn't be too hard to come up with all kinds of little trinkets and kids sound tracts when the season is in bloom. Just hit like Hastings, they usually have an end cap of super cheap music CDs for any seasonal occasion.

    It may be a hard vibe to undestand but, we have puled up next to ghetto boom boxes and blasted them with an eieio tape and freaked them out.


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    Or you can go totally weird and it's the evil easter bunny in the Easter Sherman tank and the good one being heald at barrel point.

    There could be Easter painted coffins with yellow ribbons.

    GAWD, I can't believe you can't come up with something.


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    Take the good costume and turn it into FrankenBunny, big square shooes and bolts in the neck all sewed together with big shoe laces.

    Crap I wish I could go grind something I'm in IDEA HELL here.


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    Big 36 inch saw blades cutting the good bunny up the middle, yeah I got em.

    Right now the room just before that should be St. Patrick's Day, evil little Leprecauns with pimped out gold accesories Using the big pot as a hot tub.


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