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  1. Default Is it an obsession 
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    Yeah it is i think. I cant get enough...everytime i go home from the haunted house i feel like im missing something. Now the seasons over what will i do...NORMAL STUFF? Naw....no such thing as normal stuff...i cant scare people il get arrested. So how are all you other actors feeling with the end of the season?
     

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    i think its a boarder line obsession. I've been acting for over 13 yrs and I've never ahd a gig that I've put myself into as much as the haunted hotel. I think its because it demands so much out of me that I want it to be successful. Not to mention you put in 9+ months getting ready, once you get those 2 months or so off it just doesn't feel right. lol now if you'll excuse me I've got to get back to making the press kits for NEXT SEASON lol
     

  3. Default Problem solved! Be OPEN year-round! 
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    You worked at the haunted hotel damien, in san diego? Mmmm well i worked at the haunted trails. See i dont own a haunt im just an actor but its like a drug i need my fix....iv tried other things to take my mind off it but the smell of gasoline from the chainsaw...the greasepaint on my face...gah nothing comes close....
    Hello everybody
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    correction lol i work at the haunted hotel in indiana....lol check it http://www.hauntedhuntington.com we're one of the fastest growing haunts in northern indiana....thats a fact not my opinion
     

  6. Default "Fastest growing haunt? 
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    Oh, so it isn't just me! I am so obsessed with the Haunted House I work at that I'm already trying to find a costume for this year! My parents say that if I don't get it out of my head, they won't let me go back this year! :sad:
     

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    There is nothing wrong with figuring out costuming already, especially if you're going to create something unique for your character. Then again, I am an avid collector and maker of costuming.
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    See i am not the talented. And im REALLY picky. So i make a rather good costume, than i completely start from scratch. I hate all the things i come up with, on the verge of looking for a costume designer to help me out. The wierd thing was i had no problem wearing the normal generic clown jumpsuits at the haunt. But, i wanted to do something out of the box, as my character is ah..unique.
     

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    As obsessed as I am, my family doesn't seem to mind. Even after I pester them with questions like, "You have any extra large brown belts laying around?" "How 'bout some boot laces?" and "Do you know where I can get some meat hooks?". Because as much I like buying props, I prefer to make my own or alter ones that I bought. I love to express my creativeness and engenuity, even if it is warped. Like this thing for instance:



    I've been working this one costume/character for six months, and I'm still not done. It's hard when your unemployed and have zero knowledge in special effects making, I tell ya.
     

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