We had two news crews go through. One put only the cute objects in some of the halls on camera and it attracted lots of parents with 2 year old kids. Not what the other 17 rooms were about. The other camera crew went all the way through while it was in action and no report was made from it.
So, the following year neither crew came out. The fire cheif of the haunted event fame, was pissed. He is expected to get in front of the camera at every fire and accident and explain what happened and that relationship was now over since they wouldn't cover his haunted house fund raiser.
Even if you had paid for their involvement it would not have worked.
No matter what, this limited time frame made it not work properly. Even these travel channel shows about haunted houses take the same 5 clips and run the same ones over and over in between supposed know it alls. It's like sesame street. Can you name the 5 clips?
I'm afraid the only one's that felt good about it would be those getting a paycheck for their effort. Maybe those feeding an ego to be considered an authority. Look I'm somebody. It says so on my resume. I'm in the phone book!
The overwhelming part is, you know how many tours I saw at the Raven's Grin Inn and still left overwhelmed with being able to make sense of what I had witnessed. All the varied ways people interact is not cut and dried like having 30 drop panels. One can't take one specific fomula away and those that think they have figured it all out are idiots. So, you end up with an idiotic view out there in the world.
Like the guy who told me he could do a Raven's Grin Inn and all the while be running his other businesses and be paying off a $650,000 mortgage just because of a good location. So I spent an hour explaining how it must be your 100% devotion hundreds of hours a week to succeed.
So over the past few years even you have made more than 8700 posts and haven't even scratched the surface of what it is you do. Can you put it all into one meaningful paragraph? In a lot of ways those "spy videos" I found on Utube are better than any scripted, thought out production.
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