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  1. Default Fear Asylum build photos 
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    We are doing a ton of work on the Fear Asylum this season. Some highlights are Venue Magic complete show control system from Ethereal FX. Another complete 2500 sqft 3D haunt from Stuartizm Design that we will call "Emily's Closet". Of course lots of cool new toys from numerous Transworld vendors. Hope you guys enjoy and maybe it will give you some inspiration.

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    Capt.Chaos
    Fear Asylum Haunted House
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    I think you lost me there... did Dead House Design do the work here? Larry
     

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    Yeah I got the same impression did you guys (DHD) make those walls or saying you inspired them to copy off of you? I hope the ledder is not the case because I've seen this style of walls for 30 years in haunts.

    Capt. Chaos, it's coming along nicely.

    DA
     

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    Let's stay on topic folks- other issues deserve other threads.
    The walls look great- What kind of lighting are you thinking for the decayed hallway?
    Allen H
     

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    Good call Allen. Super Moderator. Super Mediator!
    No need to get ugly. The walls do look good. Let's be constructive...not destructive.
     

  6. Default Update on build video 
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    http://youtu.be/2r-R4HtcCGk

    A lil up date on the build and a lil late
    Check out my other videos also and subscribe
    Too!
     

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    I for one love to see build photos and wish all the haunts across the country would do the same... it helps us all learn! I like the photos and can't wait to see the final product!!! Keep posting them!

    Larry
     

  8. Default looks great! 
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    Very nice job with the walls! The boiler(tank) looks great as well! Looking forward to seeing pictures of the 3D room.
    Brent F.
    www.thedeadendhayride.com
    Keep Minnesota Scary!
     

  9. Default Fear Asylum build photos 
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    Thanks for all the compliments. I built the boiler out of a water heater and old water softener tank last January. We did a PR event for the local high schools post prom event and used that scene to set the stage. We just received our shipment of mannequins from Nethermore Productions today. I will post some pics once we get that room set up.

    Stuart Smith from Sturtizm Designs will be here in a few weeks to start on our 3D attraction. We are calling that "Emily's Closet" and are playing off the whole kids afraid of what lives in their closet thing. That should be fun.

    We brought Kevin in from Twizted Faces Productions. He helped us tweak our floor plan and built us a couple killer new set pieces. One is a huge bookcase and the other is a industrial control center. He saw the pile of lab stuff I posted for sale earlier this year that was left over, and went to town.

    I also agree that I love seeing progress pics. It not only inspires me but keeps me striving to achieve the next level of realism in our attraction.

    Hope everyone is on track for the upcoming season.

    Buck
    Capt.Chaos
    Fear Asylum Haunted House
    Brookings,SD

    fear-asylum.com
     

  10. Default A little fun with foam 
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    Larry's video said you can make Anything out of foam. The foam came from old hot tub covers. Most hot tub dealers have tons of old covers that have foam in them. They are usually waterlogged and you can get them for free. Dry the foam out and go to town. The doors came from a grocery store that was remodeling. They were also free.

    Buck
    Capt.Chaos
    Fear Asylum Haunted House
    Brookings,SD

    fear-asylum.com
     

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