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  1. Default Support for Haunt Industry Film: KickStarter Project 
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    Hi Haunters and Halloween Enthusiasts,

    Thanks for a minute of your time (and $10 bucks towards the project below would be greatly appreciated!)
    Don Patterson, a Columbus Ohio based filmmaker, and personal friend, has plans to make a major Haunt Documentary provided that he can raise funding. He is self-funding this project exclusively – making independent films is a very expensive process, the donations that are being sought are to purchase high-definition cameras needed for the project.

    Don (aka Stone) is a excellent collaborator, incredibly talented and he is very enthusiastic! A film of this nature could do wonders to gain media attention, and potentially more press and more crowds in October – by raising awareness of the haunt industry to the public (I don’t believe that most people realize that it is an industry!).

    This is a KickStarter project: what that means is that if the full amount is not raised, the project will be cancelled and your contribution amounts won’t be charged. Please refer to http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/...s-and-haunting. for more information or you may email Don at ihaunt@att.net

    Best Regards,
    Neena Collins, Midwest Haunters Convention (MHC) Producer & ScareAtorium Owner-Columbus, Ohio
    Neena Collins | MidOhio Productions

    Midwest Haunters Convention
    June 3-5, 2011 Columbus, Ohio
    www.MidwestHauntersConvention.com
     

  2. Default Those Tough "Logistics!" 
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    Since Halloween is a seasonal holiday, getting to film everyplace in such a short time period makes it rough.
    Of course The Ravens Grin Inn is open every night of the entire year.....
     

  3. Default Have you checked out 
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    Renting the cameras instead of buying them? I know a local film maker who goes that way.
     

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