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    complete Haunted House package plan Through haunted supplies.com YAY or NAY
    Thank you, The new guy
    Last edited by disasterpieceprosthetics; 12-10-2012 at 12:37 AM. Reason: interested in the complete haunted house package plan for a new york haunt looking for positive reviews
     

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    Well, you came to the right place.

    To begin with, what did yo have in mind, and what is your experience in haunting, either pro or home. That will have a lot of bearing on how you proceed from here.

    Btw, did you mean a haunt that either grosses or nets $150K a year, or one that costs $150K in initial start-up costs?

    C.
     

  3. Default Mr. Tuxedo and I 
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    Know the "secret" send us the money, we will tell you the secret.
     

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    New York is a big place, if you look around, do you see grape fields or lots of concrete going into the sky? This information might help with the kind of vibe to proceed with.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Chrise View Post
    New York is a big place, if you look around, do you see grape fields or lots of concrete going into the sky? This information might help with the kind of vibe to proceed with.
    Also, with a name like disaster piece prosthetics, it sounds like he would already be part of the haunt industry and not a newbie looking to "invest" $130K in the haunt industry. I wonder if he does any prosthetic work with sock puppets.

    Either way, I'm sure this will be interesting if we ever do hear back from him again.

    C.
     

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    Select a different biz, cause if you can't come up with any ideas for your first haunt
    Your going too struggle even more in the future
     

  7. Default Thank you for the responses 
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    I understand what you are telling me, thank you for your responses. I was hoping to join this hauntworld site to talk to Haunted attraction owners about where would be the best place to get some supplies, I have done much, much, research of where to get the products Iím looking for, but I have notice many of the sites do have reviews on their products and services from their buyers. I have a 50,000+ square foot building and a lot of props, animatronics, lighting and sound products. To start with I am in search of a maze design walk thru construction. Just looking for some positive reviews.
     

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