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    I have to agree with Devolino's pick. And to top it off, it's always our MOST EXTREME and AWESOME actors who want those crazed clown costumes and/or deformed circus sideshow masks. People FREAK out!
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patti Ludwinski View Post
    I have to agree with Devolino's pick. And to top it off, it's always our MOST EXTREME and AWESOME actors who want those crazed clown costumes and/or deformed circus sideshow masks. People FREAK out!
    Woo! I love it so much.

    One year the state fair that comes through had a freak show tent? I'm not sure how they got away with it, but it was awesome. They had a bunch of weird stuff and then at the end a random capybara....haha
     

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    Its hard tp pick just one But I do love the GORE!!!!!!!!
    BLOOD, GUTS AND GORE!
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    Quote Originally Posted by devolino View Post
    They had a bunch of weird stuff and then at the end a random capybara....haha
    That's one of those dog-sized rodents, isn't it? I suppose that it's fitting in a way, lol.

    My favorite themes would have to be Gothic mansions, dark carnivals, graveyards, haunted woods, castles, and so on (pretty much things of a darker nature).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darksydesigns View Post
    That's one of those dog-sized rodents, isn't it? I suppose that it's fitting in a way, lol.

    My favorite themes would have to be Gothic mansions, dark carnivals, graveyards, haunted woods, castles, and so on (pretty much things of a darker nature).
    hahah yeah
    http://www.jphpk.gov.my/English/m_03capybara.jpg

    I really like castles, too.
     

  6. Default Side-Show, side-Street Carnival 1937? 
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    My Dad was just a kid when he paid a nickle, entered the tent pitched on the street in Savanna, Ill.
    There was a car parked inside of the tent. During the following demonstrations the audience had the "entertainment" of seeing various sexual positions attainable using the fender and running boards of a car! (Real sex, male/female, racially mixed)
    The next day the tent was gone, the street was again normal and "safe". The local churches had "heard" and ran then on down the road.. someplace?
    And you might have thought sex was invented on-line? Just for your computer screen?
    Sure couldn't do such a thing today!
    The thin plastic and thin metal fenders would get damaged, then explain THAT to your insurance adjuster!
    Deep butt-prints in the dent?
     

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    Wow...:roll: That is too funny, Jim
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    Tough question... I like asylum/hospital and carnival themes. They play to peoples fears more easily than any other theme. The inherent creepyness of asylums and old-timey carnivals makes it so that you can freak people without really even needing actors. Just the anticipation of what might be inside gets them so worked up that by the time they go inside, they're all mentally prepped to have the crap scared out of them.
    "We throw tantrums like parties/We're not happy 'til everyone knows we're sick/And that's just how we like it " ~ Icon For Hire

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    I've done werewolves, a Silent Hill theme, pirates and clowns. Of those the Clowns seem to be my best one and one we have done ever since . I am tempted to head back to Pirates eventually though..that was a great theme. If I can ever split into two haunts I will have clowns and pirates. I've also wanted to do an entire haunt with a Jack O' Lantern theme aka Killer Pumpkins or some such..something that really screams HALLOWEEN .
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darksydesigns View Post

    My favorite themes would have to be Gothic mansions, dark carnivals, graveyards, haunted woods, castles, and so on (pretty much things of a darker nature).
    I agree. I like the dark and eerie things more than gore.
     

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