Type: Posts; User: Abunai
This may be (probably is) a stupid question, but this will be my first year as a commercial haunt so bear with me.
I have arranged for online ticketing and, based on market research, expect about...
I'm guessing that your exit light fixtures normally run on AC, powered by the generator.
Once the AC is removed in a power failure, the DC battery provides backup power to the exit lights.
I'd think it would really depend on your layout. Do you do a haunted trail? A walkthrough? How many square feet is your current haunt?
For a lot of outdoor haunts, ten acres would be sufficient (to...
Thank you, very much, for your input.
I can tell, based on my short experience with the zoning process and the people involved, that you know what you are talking about.
Having a similar issue.
I think that the key variables here are;
1. What is your attraction/event classified as
2. What classifications of events are allowed on the land zoning that you have
I can understand the reluctance to having patrons using their phones inside your haunt or on a haunted trail.
Pokemon Go falls under the heading of an "Augmented Reality" game.
Haven't heard anything about the special characters near haunted houses, and I don't see anything after a google search.
From what I've seen, though, it would certainly draw a whole lot of people...
The maze is intended to be open air.
Sorry if I somehow indicated otherwise.
Would love to use chain link fence panels, but that would be cost and labor prohibitive for my small haunt and such a...
I agree, a cashed check is a valid receipt.
Was it your check or your investor's?
If it was yours, you can get it from your bank and send it to your investor.
If it was his, he can get it from...
I have a 60'x60' courtyard in which I'd like to build a maze.
What are some good, inexpensive, weather-resistant materials that some of you have used for similar applications?
From your list, I've only been to Bennett's Curse.
I'd recommend The 13th Gate in Baton Rouge.
Thanks for the input, Greg.
It is busy season, but it would be to every vendor's benefit to hire or assign one person to deal primarily with communications and customer relations.
It's not all that hard to keep...
O.K., One last time because I don't want to be forever known on Haunt Forum as the "toilet guy"...;)
I was asking whether it was possible to:
Buy the portable toilet instead of renting it
Here is their website, Novus:
A haunt in my area has two escape rooms. Both are marketed as scary experiences. The haunt owner actually provides the location, and an escape room company pays him a percentage of the take from the...
LOL. I planned to have them serviced professionally, Larry.
Just wondered if I could get away with not having to rent them.
I'll accept the consensus that renting is the way to go. :)
Our trailer haunt will be located away from easy access to a bathroom.
We'd like to have portable toilets available both for the haunt season this coming September/October, and for the crew...
Very tempting, but will have to pass.
Love the realism but not quite at the point where I can afford .50 per blank round.
Can you post pictures/video or a link to the manufacturers website, please?
Check out Sound Mill software: http://breakthrusoftware.com/html/products/soundmgr/index.html
It does take some technical savvy to set it up, but it allows you use one computer, with several audio...
I've been a home haunter for the last 10 years.
I've attended Transworld for the last 4 years, this year included.
I've spent at least $1,000 on vendor product, plus transportation, plus...
I got sick on the last day. Feels like a moderately bad chest cold.
Fess up. Which one of you guys was "patient zero"? ;)