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  1. Default The Beast/Creature 
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    Hey there. I am just wondering, if any of you have ever gone through The Beast/Creature? It looks like an intersting concept, and attention grabber. So you know if you can add props inside of it? Also, does anyone know what the price of these would be, and if it would do good in a city of 1,000,000 plus. Heres a link of the product for those of you who may not know what I am talking about:

    http://brainchilddesignlabs.com/creature.cfm

    Thanks

    Dustyn
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    Last edited by dusty588; 01-24-2011 at 04:05 AM.
     

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    Imagine setting this creature up on a slight hill over a major highway!
    Gets attention! YUP!
     

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    That would be cool Jim, there would be some hitting of brakes thats for sure.
    Giving People The Chills Since 2005

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    That's a good idea, I live 10 mins from one of my provinces largest highways, big spot lights, fog.

    Does anyone kow the cost of one?
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    Last edited by dusty588; 01-24-2011 at 04:05 AM.
     

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    Larry was selling one a while back.

    http://hauntworld.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?t=6797
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    Wouldn't it be tempting to pack that big critter all into a foil container marked "Trojan"?!
    "Attack Of The Fifty-Foot Woman"?
    Maybe she fended off yet another assault? There's the CSI evidence.
     

  7. Default I have been through it! 
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    We have one out by the county lines between two large cities, Salt Lake and Provo. It was on a farm area where they had the creature and a corn maze and a haunted portion of a corn field. There was lots to do and could possibly make up the loss of 18 bucks but if you were to just do the creature then don't think of more then 3 or 4 bucks. I was not impressed. You go in his mouth and out its butthole. Afterward, you feel like you have been ripped off and really went through someones rear end. It is short very restrictive. There is only a small handful of areas to hide actors or scares and they are very predictable. In my mind, try it if its cheap and you have a lot of other things going on to entertain. Good Luck.

    Ryan
     

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    I'd have to agree with Ryan, It's very impressive as a visual, but very short and restrictive inside. Well you are supposed to walking through the insides of the thing, so you go down the throat, through the stomach, intestines and you get farted out the other end!

    Not good as a stand alone, but could be very effective as an entrance piece. If your attraction is in a tent or a nondescript mall space this would be an effective attention getter!!!!
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    Well I'm surprised no on has answered this yet, but the cost new is around $90,000
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    If I decided to spend that much on one, I would rather go with Halloween Productions. 4,000 square feet is only $10,000 more, $100,000. And I am positive that HP is scarier, and more entertaining to see that the beast.
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    Last edited by dusty588; 01-24-2011 at 04:05 AM.
     

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