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  1. Default How far from home is your haunt? 
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    I'm looking for a location and am seeing what others do/think about travel time.

    How far from home is your haunt?
    How far from home would you be willing to drive to your haunt?
     

  2. Default not far 
    #2
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    Huntsville,AL
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    Mine is 10 minutes from my house. I didn't plan on it that way, I just found a great spot close to home.
     

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    #3
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    Property I'm looking at is about 45 minutes away from me.....
     

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    Mesquite, TX
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    #5
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    Nov 2003
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    NJ
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    I'm also an hour away, How far i'm willing to travel depends on the location, if it's great you do what you need to to make the money
     

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    Jan 2010
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    Redding
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    We are about 10-12 min. away.
     

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    Appleton, WI
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    We are also just about 10 minutes from work - and it is right across from my day job.
    "My day is not complete unless I have terrified a complete stranger!"



    Erick James Gyrion
    Owner - Oblivion Haunted House
    Menasha, Wisconsin

    www.oblivionhauntedhouse.com
     

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    #8
    about 35 minutes away. Last year was an hour and a half away.
     

  9. Default so close only Warfield has a shorter trip to his haunt 
    #9
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    Jan 2004
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    Huntington, IN
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    I am at the top of the hill from downtown. About 1000 ft. Takes me 30 seconds unless the light at the corner is red. Only Jim Warfield is closer, he lives in his haunt. Or his haunt is located in his home, but I wouldn't call him a home haunter, but a haunter homey.
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    Brett Molitor (aka ~ JamBam) Member of HAA

    Haunted Hotel-13th Floor (est by Huntington Jaycees in 1968 8) )
    Longest running Haunted House in the WORLD!!

    Haunted Cave, Fort Wayne Indiana


    www.HauntedHuntington.com

    www.facebook.com/hauntedhotel

    www.facebook.com/hauntedcave


     

  10. Default Yes, Other Side Of the Wall. 
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    Ravens Grin Inn, 411 carroll st.mount carroll ill.
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    There it is.
    Advantages/disadvantages
    Drunks throwing full, unopened cans of beer against the side of your house at 2am., as hard as they can throw them. (Arrests were made, heads could have rolled, they were Nuke plant guards!) Makes you feel real good doesn't it?
    Twice we heard a whole roomfull of voices singing, laughing, music playing at 2 am from the other side of that wall, nobody there, nobody outside, dead quiet as a tomb.....it's a haunted, haunted house, used to be an inn & tavern, my greatgrandfather used to bartend here 110 years ago.
    Disadvantage: I'm replacing the north roof today, I own it, leaks and all. Fun,fun,fun.
     

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