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    Join Date
    Aug 2005
    Cedarburg, WI
    So how is everyone's ideas and plans coming for the 07 season.

    We have seen Larry's photos (which looks great BTW man...looks like it is coming along )

    But have some of you started reworking or planning if you don't have a perm location?

    I tihnk 07 will turn out to be a big year for haunters.

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    Raycliff Manor Guest
    Now that we have TransWorld and our Spring Break event behind us, and with this being our first year that we didn't have to tear down and rebuild, we're already working on plans for some serious renovations! We're working on scheduling our 2nd meeting of the year in which we'll be finalizing our renovation decisions and establishing the budgets for each room to be changed out. We won't be able to completely renovate the whole haunt, but we plan to totally change up at least five of the rooms and the intro area.


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    Nightgore Guest

    I sure do wish I was able to come out and help... I know first hand how renovating a haunt can be; a nightmare! I can't wait to see new pics of your haunt!

    Good luck later this season... I'm sure your haunt will ba amazing! -Tyler

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    Raycliff Manor Guest
    Thanks Tyler! We're looking forward to it!!! Hard work, but a labor of love! :wink:


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    Join Date
    Sep 2006
    Longview, Texas
    Well, me and my gang are already working hard on everything this year. I am steadily buying wood supplies, and various peices for some set design.
    I am slowly getting in everything I ordered from TW, and I am working out some more room designs designs for this year.
    I am actually gonna be looking at a very good building this week! Keep youur fingures crossed, and wish me luck!!
    Brad Bowen
    Owner/Operator of the Ultimate Fear Haunted House in Shreveport, LA

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    Join Date
    Aug 2003
    Probably not open again this year, as always. I was going to have a partner, but that didnt work out. Spent the last month or so picking up another haunted house to take home. (parts of it, just 10 or 11 trailer loads when all was said and done).

    Most likely, will work on the outdoors part the cornfield and graveyard and have those open to the point of a halloween party for friends. Better than nothing!

    As is, the main haunt will still be used in a movie, Horrorween. Now a 3D movie. (hooray for funky gimmicks reflecting a fun time).

    Need a team desperately out here. Sigh.
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    Raycliff Manor Guest
    Good luck Brad and keep us posted!


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    We have been redesigning since the middle of January. Every year we completely change everything in the haunt. This is our fifth anniversary and we are pulling out all the stops to make it our best year so far.

    Several rooms are complete now and several others have been started. It is turning out great! We have come up with some very cool, original rooms to go along with some variations of some of our past scares. All in all I am very pleased with what we have accomplished so far and can't wait for September.

    Howie "Slobber" Erlich
    Deadly Intentions Haunted House

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    Join Date
    Sep 2006
    Longview, Texas
    Howie, what do ya'll do with the stuff that ya'll dont use for the next year- different props, etc. that wont fit next years theme.
    Brad Bowen
    Owner/Operator of the Ultimate Fear Haunted House in Shreveport, LA

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    Hey Gwen,

    We try and re-use as much as possible. If we don't use it, we store it for the future. We collect all kinds of stuff that gets stored until we find a use for it.

    We don't purchase a lot of props. We build most of our stuff ourselves. But when we do buy things we try and keep it to things that can be used in different scenes year after year.

    Hope that answered your question.


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