Hey Tony! Thanks for the plug! Our dvd's are a really affordable way to add ambience to your line. If anybody wants to see a demo, visit our website!
If you have the prop sitting then you can have a table that acts as a natural barrier, or maybe use a coffin or something else 'natural' like a torcher cage
Phoenix and FearSeeker: LOL. Give the skeleton a sociopathic personality to account for the cage
and some gruesome comments (if that kind of thing is allowed). Could be a lot of fun.
Last edited by Haunting Copy; 08-07-2008 at 12:53 AM.
Sociopathic personalities, fun, and gruesome comments, within reason, are definitely allowed in haunts.
Having tickets with the time on them did eliminate customer bitching, also eliminated large groups standing infront of the house with nothing to do but possibly spend more money.
There are 4 taverns within 120 feet of my house (this house was originally a tavern, 1870 to 1925) and the Local Firemen set up a food stand across the parking lot from my entrance.
Adam Drendel wrote once that the exterior of my house provides much anticipation and "entertainment". The whole downtown looks like it might be a movie set, but then it was a couple of times!
Now if I could just come up with several millions of dollars to buy the whole downtown and put a plastic bubble over it all! (that bubble would be the biggest expense!)
And it provides photo opportunities near the live prop for a small fee, of course.
|« Previous Thread | Next Thread »|
Users Browsing this Thread
There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests)