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    #11
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    20 minutes on a GOOD day, ie. Sunday when no one is out. 30+ mins every other day, depending on Downtown traffic :/ !!!!
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    #12
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    Between one hour and forty-five minutes and two hours away, depending on whether or not I get behind a motor home, trailer, Buick, etc.

    Kel

    Kelly Allen
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    #13
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    Man i don't know how you guys do it.
    If my shop was more then 15 minutes away i would have to quit.
    I work way too many hours not to be extremely close to home.
     

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    #14
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    About an hour away but we are currently looking for a new haunt location for 2011.
    ~Bill Mlinac
    The Deadland Haunted House
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    #15
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    I think I may be as close as Jim W. to my haunt. It's occupies 4 acres in the front pasture.
     

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    #16
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    10 minutes ...which is great when you close at 1:00am.
     

  7. Default My Bed, Right here! 
    #17
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    Ravens Grin Inn, 411 carroll st.mount carroll ill.
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    I was so tired after tours I collapsed on the bed , fully clothed, pulled a blanket up over my face, as I began to relax the very real sensation of someone laying on top of me was felt! I could not move at all (Heavier than me?) I began to somewhat panic, I was all alone in the house..wait a second, I have two dogs behind a door a room away, they never barked, all doors are locked, if fear is powering this sensation...I should just relax...I did..it disappated.
    Was it just in my own mind? Or was there potentually more to it than that? Something possibly "Supernatural"?
    Whether or not the supernatural is "there" in parralel to our world or if it's just made to happen from our own mental processes, I think our own mind has some sort of influence upon things if it's just opening a door or creating something from little or nothing.
    Some few have had terribly frightening experiences...I feel if you go looking for such a thing..eventually you will find it (or does it find you?)
    The huge majority of the ghost stories my customers have told me are not like Hollywood horror movies at all, no demonic possession, driving you crazy, but if someone thinks they need or desrve such, they will get it eventually.
    When a supernatural experience is shared simultaneously in a group..that is pretty convincing.
     

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    #18
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    When I was doing a haunted trail I just walked out the front door but now I work for a haunt and it's a hour and twenty min and Abby (the hearse I drive) takes about thirty dollars in gas round trip.
    Giving People The Chills Since 2005

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    #19
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    My haunt is about a half hour away from home for me but then again that is Pittsburgh driving. There is a red light, a 26 way intersection, traffic loops, hills, and drivers who may just be taking a nap at the wheel all competing to go two ways down a one way road lol. Only about a 6 mile commute but crazy driving times.

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    Ethan Turon

    www.HundredAcresManor.com
     

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    #20
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    6 miles, a half hour, sounds like it would be better to just walk.lol.
    Quote Originally Posted by Hundred Acres Manor View Post
    My haunt is about a half hour away from home for me but then again that is Pittsburgh driving. There is a red light, a 26 way intersection, traffic loops, hills, and drivers who may just be taking a nap at the wheel all competing to go two ways down a one way road lol. Only about a 6 mile commute but crazy driving times.

    Best Wishes,

    Ethan Turon

    www.HundredAcresManor.com
    Giving People The Chills Since 2005

    http://www.warehouse31.com
     

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