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  1. Default Large Creepy Farmhouse Facade for Sale! 
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    For sale is a large farmhouse facade that Pale Night Productions built for our recent display at the IAAPA show in Orlando. The facade itself is 22 foot high and 2 feet deep with a four foot deep porch that come off the front complete with a raised wooden deck.

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    The facade has three 47" monitors built into the upper windows that show zombies inside the house. The videos being used are from our friends at AtmosFEAR FX, but we edited them a bit to make them work for our purposes. In one scene, the zombies attack the windows as though they are clawing to get out. In the other, you simply see a mob of zombies shambling through the house from one side to the other.

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    The facade is a big statement and the monitors make it very eye catching. It was only assembled and used once for four days at the show. It is built in sections for easy transport and set-up. We are including with the facade the television monitors, video players, and controller that comprise the video element of the facade. We are also including the props we had on the front porch such as a broken down porch swing, three chairs and a small table, a milk can, two gas cans, an antique lawn mower, a peach basket, a pitch fork, and a screen door. Lastly, we will also throw in the vines and grasses that we used to detail the facade and give it an overgrown look. Basically, everything you see in the pictures other than the zombie character is included. The entire facade is also built to be adjustable so the entire set of second floor windows can be removed brining the facade down to just 16 feet high and you could use the monitors and video system elsewhere. The facade was not meant to be used outdoors, but if care was taken to protect the video equipment and a protective clear coat was applied to the siding, windows, and decking I think it could be used outside pretty easily. The structure itself is 2x4 studs with Luan sheeting and then 3/8 plywood "siding" on top of all that.

    The video system alone is worth almost $3500 just in parts. We are asking $10,000 OBO for the entire package.

    You can pick it up anytime or we can help you arrange shipping. We're also happy to help you load! Please message me if interested. I want to clear up some space in the shop right away!
    Kip Polley
    www.palenight.com

    Pale Night Productions
    We Engineer Fear
     

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    I saw this in person at the show it was very impressive.
     

  3. Default Creepy? 
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    What do you mean creepy? It looks like my house!

    Wicked Farmer
     

  4. Default Wouldn't It Be Neat! 
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    To have this facade on wheels with a haunted woods show, and after the customers first see it, it begins following them!
    OR they could be walking passed it and it begins moving alongside of them!
    This would be the "Stuff" legends derive from!
    "Remember when that whole house was following us through the wods?"
    "Never to be the least bit forgotten!
    Truck frames, car axles, steel cables from the roof peek to an anchor to keep it from blowing over on anyone......
     

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    Allen, thanks for the kind words. You know, I thought I saw you wandering around, I got side tracked with a customer, and when I came back you were gone. Sorry I missed you but thanks for coming by...
    Kip Polley
    www.palenight.com

    Pale Night Productions
    We Engineer Fear
     

  6. Default dang it! 
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    I knew I should have come to IAAPA! I live near Orlando, could have shoved it in the truck and drove it home!!!
     

  7. Default Large Creepy Farmhouse Facade for Sale! 
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    wow kip that looks sweet, good job!!

    j
     

  8. Default Wife is after me..... 
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    "Why did you post that?" "Our house DOES NOT look like that!!!!!!!!!" Sheesh; no humor.

    Wicked Farmer
     

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    Well, at least I'd hope that your house doesn't have hordes of zombies wandering around the upstairs! Must be crowded in there...
    Kip Polley
    www.palenight.com

    Pale Night Productions
    We Engineer Fear
     

  10. Default what a coincidence 
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    Kip, we actually have something very similar in mind but I didnt think about using some of your Video effects upstairs. Could you let me know what it might cost me to score some of your goods for that purpose? I am also interested in Chainsaw Havoc!.

    Thanks
     

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