Friday, October 24, 2014

The Haunted Hallway

...is coming


11 comments:

Terrormaster said...

Oh wow. You haunting a school this year or is someone else doing the deed? Cool none the less.

Rot said...

We loaned some props and have been helping with the build. A friend of mine does this every year, so we offered our services and have been assisting with the build.
Crazy fast pace. Heading back there today.

I'll be sure to take photos and post em.

I'm just thrilled there are still schools that aren't afraid to do something like this.

And we passed another school and saw a sign "Halloween Parade"...thankfully it didn't say Parade of Characters..

Goneferal inidaho said...

That is so cool! The baptist church down the street from us have a huge banner for "Harvest Trunk and Treat" I have to resist from barfing every time I drive by it. Those school kids are lucky, what grades? I'd doubt little kids, your stuff could be terrifying to little ones.

Samhain said...

When, Where, and how much?! Im on my way! And your welcome to loan props to my haunt as well! Just not sure if I'd give them back! ;)

Rot said...

I'm not even sure what ages/grades.
Just along for the ride.

Samhain said...

Please post more photos when It's finished! Does this school realize how lucky they are?

Jay's Shadow said...

That's really great. It is nice to see some schools still celebrate Halloween.

Not Fall Festivals.

Hallowaltz said...

Wow that looks like fun! Is it a school in the bucks area? i'd love to check it out. Can't wait to see the pics!

Holy Tarra said...

This is so cool!!! I wish there was still some of that spirit here in Texas.
The "pod people" here decided that Halloween was to "demonic" and it's now "Fall Festivals" only. Gag! Can't wait to see photos of it set up :)

Pam Morris said...

Fantastic and as you say, how very cool that there are schools still stepping forward to celebrate this wonderfully fun holiday. Can't wait to see the pics!

HalloweeNut said...

Lucky kids. :) Really cool to see this happening, and that some schools still celebrate Halloween and not "Harvest Festival".