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  1. Default Looking for TERROR TOOLS!! 
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    Hi everybody,
    We are looking to purchase some of Screamland Prodcutions "Terror Tools", but it seems Screamland is out of business. I have tried Oak Island, but they said it will be a few more months before they get them in.

    Does anybody want to sell, or know someone who does the following TERROR TOOLS:

    Side Splitter (cool looking axe)
    Brain Basher (sledge hammer)
    Double Header (baseball bat)
    Axe

    You can still check out Screamland's catalog here to reference these tools
    http://www.screamlandproductions.com/screamland_cat.pdf

    Please e-mail me (info@elswarro.com). Thank you in advance!!!!

    - Jason
    Elswarro Productions
    www.elswarro.com
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    Didn't The Dollar Store sell tools like this? They were cheap, looked like real tools but really weren't?
    They were made out of wood, steel but really weren't tools.
    And who can forget the famous "Lead Socket set" for $2.98?
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    I know of someone who makes similar products, but can't find the link right now. I will look for it and try to post it later today.
     

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    Thanks Theatremacabre!
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    Screamline studios, has a similar line..... I was over there this weekend and was looking at their sledgehammer, I personally think its the best looking piece I have seen, if its possible to look realer than real they did it!!! not to mention its nice and bloodied up, kind of reminds me of that one time at band camp..... oops did I say that!
    heres a link to their site
    www.screamlinestudios.com
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    cool thanks, i have e-mailed them to see if there is any chance they can produce some custom props for us.....or atleast something along the lines of what screamland had.
    Pre-Produced and Custom Haunted Attraction TV Commercials at www.elswarro.com
     

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    Screamline's Products are pretty sweet. Their Sledgehammer is even used in Sin-Jin Smyth. In fact, we are giving away 3 autographed copies (signed by Ethan Dettenmaier) on RFR from those guys.

    Great products.

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    Dan Faupel Guest
    Bummer to hear about Screamland...they had really good stuff for a reasonable price...
     

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    Is Screamland the one that was displaying at Transworld last year? Did they also have like a zombie baby wrapped up in a blanket?
    Jared Layman
     

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    Dan Faupel Guest
    I believe so...I think they exhibited at all of the last haunt shows...
     

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