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05-24-2011, 10:31 PM
Everyone who registered for the Friday Night June 3 haunt tour to TerrorFest will receive a ticket. We've received reservations for 800 bus tour tickets and 200 drivers tickets. We shut off registration for the haunt tour at 10:30 pm on Tuesday May 24.

The preconvention haunt bus tour sold out too. This will be our 8th year for the Midwest Haunters Convention. Our registration is up nearly 50% over last year. This is going to be our biggest show ever!

We have a limited number of Saturday night masquerade party tickets available. Most weekend classes are filling up too. Nick & Brian Wolfe, Geoff Beck, Bloody Mary and Kelly Allen will be teaching workshops on Friday. There are a small number of spots remaining in their classes. Where else have you seen a lineup like this?

Phillip Morris of Morris Costumes will host a Saturday dinner at the Hyatt Regency. Stop by after the trade show and relax to a great dinner and a fun presentation on the existance of Bigfoot. Phillip is going to share a secret.

Go to the web site for more info or to register www.midwestshow.com

Thank you for your time,

Kelly Collins
The Midwest Haunters Convention

05-25-2011, 08:54 PM
Hi Kelly,

We're really looking forward to a great show but are a little worried about the severe weather in the midwest, can you update us on the situation over in Columbus? I looked at weather.com and it has tornado warnings for the general area but not sure if it actually affects Columbus.


05-26-2011, 03:20 PM

While we have been having a lot of rain there has not been any severe weather in central Ohio. In fact, Columbus seems to always have a shield around it when it comes to severe weather. Storms tend to go North or South around the city.

Of course, now that I have typed that we will probably get hit tonight. LOL


05-26-2011, 09:30 PM
The entire midwest has been impacted by several storms and tornados. They blame it on the positioning of the jet stream this spring. It has been picking up moisture from the gulf and moving it up through the midwest before heading east. I watched the NBC news/weather tonight and they said the jet stream is moving north this weekend which should move the storms much further north of Ohio.

The temps are supposed to be in the 60's for the lows and 80 for the highs. Still a possibility for rain, but the severe weather should be gone for a while.

Hope this helps,


05-27-2011, 07:54 AM
How about in Indiana for the pre-show tour?

05-27-2011, 04:25 PM
Again, the severe storms are moving far north of us. Just watched the Friday 6:00 weather report and it looks like mostly sunny and a low of 58 and a high of 80 on Wednesday and Thursday in the Indy area for our bus tour. There is a 30% chance is isolated rain.

Friday, Saturday & Sunday. Sunny and warm (60's - 80) in Columbus during the show.

Bring a rain jacket or poncho if you are concerned.