One night I was able to take the hearse and visit freinds haunts 80 miles away. Maybe it is my crowd skills or the hearse was something some had to react to if it was a threat? but within about 10 minutes, I found everyone that was going to be somehow horribly caustic during the rest of the evening. The common theme seems to be total disrespect for other people's property as if the hearse was their very own the moment they saw it or they said it should be. There were maybe 2500 people that night in a rural setting, large walk thru trail and large haunted house building.
There were 2 people that could have been real problems. Totally different occurances. 2 different people with 2 different groups they were "playing to" One of them did become a real problem that they were able to handle by pretty much staying with him the whole time he was there. Their head of security had skilz being meaner than they are. That's what it takes.
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