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    Hey... and Hi.
    Im a master Horror-Teller.. and don't get me wrong your a big important part of the haunted industry...but did you ever want to be more?
    I've got a new show I've developed. The horror-Teller show. You could learn to be a Horror-Teller and have your own team of scareactors for your haunt.
    But you will need to learn the ins and outs of being a Horror-Teller first.

    Its a very cool profession and when you have learned it and made that video/DVD we would be happy to post you on our website:
    www.thehorrorteller.com

    We even have a secret society just for our horror-tellers...where we talk everything horror-telling. We have Dark ones sponsered contests for you to win cool stuff and see the hottest new products on the market today.
    Any questions...well just contact me or post here!
    Thank you.
    The HorrorTeller
     

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    Am interested, got the book, will have to sit down and read and tell of it when done. From the sounds of it, it addresses a most important basic haunts need.
    The word for the day is NPD. Check it out.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nightmaretony View Post
    Am interested, got the book, will have to sit down and read and tell of it when done. From the sounds of it, it addresses a most important basic haunts need.
    So what did you think? Worth buying??
     

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    the only time I would want to do something else would be when my body can't take acting anymore mostly because I go so hard it takes me 2 months to heal
     

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    This is a terribly cryptic post and even a pretty cryptic website. Im not sure of what you are selling aside from a book. Good luck with this.
    Allen H
     

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    I agree. I wasn't able to gather what "horror telling" exactly is from the post, and the website almost confused me more. That makes it really hard to even contemplate using your services or buying your products.
     

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    I agree the site isn't very explaining, but I think I might get it. I think it is a book that will help us start a haunt, create the backstory and how to lay it all out through talk and set design. Then how to tell the story and be a better actor/haunt. I know at my haunt the story has been created but we never have the time to retell the back story to each group before they go in or while they are going through it. The story is posted elsewhere and is known, but not part of the "rules" to each group. God if we did that we would have a wait period that drive everyone crazy.
    ~WelchWitch
     

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    The haunt I worked at last year had a story line and the first section of the walkthrough was dedicated to telling the story. If that is what this is, then if it teaches you how to do it right, it could be a great thing, but probably not something for most of us I'd guess.
     

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    I was guessing this was some kind of story-for-cash (with effects) kind of act that they would teach you, similar to fortune telling... But I could be wrong. I agree that the site is a bit obtuse. Perhaps someone who has read the book could chime in and set the record straight?
     

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