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    What does The Pirates of Emerson and other tent haunts use for interior walls?
     

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    Typically, the walls don't change, even in scAIR haunts, you can still use 4x8 wooden wall panels
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paranormal Fear View Post
    What does The Pirates of Emerson and other tent haunts use for interior walls?
    More often than not, the tent is just a roofing solution. Were you thinking of using a tent?

    C.
     

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    It's an idea that I keep coming back to. My city has allowed me to use their rodeo grounds, and a tent seems like a viable solution for an outdoor haunt. I would love to have an indoor haunt personally, but so far, this is what I have to work with until something else pops up.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paranormal Fear View Post
    It's an idea that I keep coming back to. My city has allowed me to use their rodeo grounds, and a tent seems like a viable solution for an outdoor haunt. I would love to have an indoor haunt personally, but so far, this is what I have to work with until something else pops up.
    I've looked into it and have priced tents. Unless pro-haunters know of a secret haunter's source for cheap tents, they can get pretty pricey. Not only that, but they can be a bitch and a half to put up and work around when doing your floor plan. Unless it's a self-standing tent, you have to account for all the poles and lines, and having to erect it every year.

    You'd be better served simply doing a roof, which would cost less than a tent, and you would have an easier time storing it for next year. JB has the plans all worked up in his books and vids.

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