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  1. Default Did Anyone know this about Halloween Horror Nights 
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    Ok well for those of you that went to Halloween Horror Nights 17, and went on the tour, there was a place called killer klowns from outer space, i found all of those masks online. Im a slider there, and have been for the past 6 years, and didnt know that they bought there masks like everyone else. I thought they were special made. But besides that, im moving on this year, and opening my own professional haunt. Sanitarium.
     

  2. Default I'm assuming you know 
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    that it was a movie, and the masks and complete costumes have been out for a long time. If you plan on buying any of them, shop around - deals on masks and costumes vary a lot. There are a couple of sellers I have come across on ebay that have them.
     

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    ????? Are you sure about this? I go every year and do the behind the scenes tours and I did not see or hear about KCOS. I know it was not one of the houses or scare zones. I have seen the KCOS mask and costumes on line, very cool stuff.
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    Hi. Im a huge k.K.F.O.S. fan to the best of my knowlage there are three companys that have been in involved with the klowns from the movie.

    The first one was death studios who after a number of years sold the molds to darkside studios who made them until a few years ago.

    As of now Bump in the night productions has the official license for the movie's characters. The best prices i have seen are on ebay and bumps site. I have seen them for double the price on other sites.


    Here are some pics of my b.i.t.n.p. klowns. I did some repainting on them because i wasn't happy with some of them paintwise.









     

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    theressomthingintheice: Yes i am positive, it is right after you get off the tram to walk the tour, they changed the grinch theme into KKFOS

    check out this link, theres a video of it on youtube

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=v89MinK-SHc

    And to prove that its actually KKFOS heres a video of a guide telling whoever filmed this that it is, while hes taking a tour durig the day. Fast forward it to about 2:29, 2:30.

    robofreak: thats a nice collection you got there. Do u do a haunted attraction? or you just collect them?
     

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    heres the link to the second video where she tells them.

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=tVzu7RdLG1M&feature=related
     

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    Thanks guys I dont own a haunt ( that would be great though) in just a collector.
     

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    Tram, ah thats why I go to O town for HHNs your out in Ca. My bad, they don't have a tram tour here in Fl. I hear they even use the tram in one of the haunts, is that true? Have you ever done Knots? I would love to hit all the haunts in Ca.
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    Nice collection robofreak, all you need is the cotton candy gun.
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    yes, im a slider at knotts, and i go HHN every year just to go. Ive been a slider at knotts for 6 years now. Knotts id say is a more in your face type of haunt. And HHN is a more haunt that would be for adults. As it is more gorey and realsistic.

    thanks
    Austin
     

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