Not Much Off-season here.
And I love it that way.
Winters are slow. I have a few people almost every week then unless the weather is blizzard like or ice storms.
I really give these small audiences quite a show (that's why they came here!)
I decided years ago to make my house tour much more "Jim Intensive" to make the experience here something not easily "borrowed" and then seen elsewhere, part of this is reflected in the front (first room) as I tell this house's haunted history with attempted humor plus startles utilizing numerous props simple and mechanical, all one of a kind(my kind, built by me!)
Yes, it is a theatrical production but am I "acting" or not? It is very difficult to tell, maybe therein lies the mystery and fear, equalling ..entertainment.
As long as they keep laughing and screaming, I keep talking, next thing you know sometimes 45 minutes or an hour has vanished! (And we are still in the first room, and it's 5,000 sq. ft. house, seven physical levels and a backyard .
Tomorrow night possibly 50+ people are supposed to come here. (Why couldn't half of them been here tonight? They are just camping 13 miles down the road.)