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    #1
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    Hey guys, please go and check out these photos:

    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?...5284762&type=3

    to see the project we recently completed near Bangkok, Thailand. The haunt isn't very large (only about 1800SF) but we absolutely LOADED the place with animations and effects. In total, there are more than two dozen effects inside the haunt and four outside to draw in guests. We're really pleased with how it turned out and so is our customer.

    Also, tomorrow we will be making a major announcement about our next complete attraction project which we have already started working on. It's by far the largest project we have ever undertaken and I can't wait to start revealing the details as construction progresses. More tomorrow...but for now, let us know what you think of the Thailand haunt.

    Thanks...and HAPPY HALLOWEEN!
    Kip Polley
    www.palenight.com

    Pale Night Productions
    We Engineer Fear
     

  2. Default Photos from Pale Night 
    #2
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    Looks sweet Kip!! Gave me a couple ideas to improve ours next year. See ya at Transworld.

    Buck
    Capt.Chaos
    Fear Asylum Haunted House
    Brookings,SD

    fear-asylum.com
     

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    Looks awesome! And only 1800 Sq Ft!?!:shock:
     

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    Looks awesome, Kip! Great seeing the concept drawings and the final product! Look forward to seeing what else you have in store!

    Take care.
     

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    So why do they call it Bangkok? lol...

    Awesome detail! And like the other guy said- 1800sqft? huh... gives me ideas actually.
    How can a man die better than facing fearful odds, for the ashes of his fathers and the temple of his gods.

    What you put into your mind- you put into your life.


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    Yeah, the square footage was very small, but we loaded it with eye candy and added a long preshow (about 90 - 120 seconds) that really made the small space feel larger and the attraction last longer. We also worked very hard to make use of every square inch we were given and used almost no "behind the scenes" space leaving nearly every square foot to be used by the customers. Nobody came out on opening day disappointed or feeling like the attraction was too short. We squeezed 8 scenes into the space and, as I mentioned, more than 24 animated characters and effects. They will run the attraction without actors on off-peak times, but we have added scares for actors during heavier traffic times to add more fright.

    In the end, we were really pleased with how it came out and our client was thrilled. the haunted house was the largest open for any attraction they have put into the park to date and, based on the early attendance numbers, we are projecting they will be profitable within 12 to 16 months which they are also quite happy with.

    Thanks to everyone for your comments. We really appreciate them all. Keep them coming!
    Kip Polley
    www.palenight.com

    Pale Night Productions
    We Engineer Fear
     

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