- Alex Williams
- Crazzy Uncle Brian
- Laura Chan
- Paul Herrera
As always we ran into trouble finding cast members to help out
on Halloween night, but we were able to make due with the people
we had and pulled off another great year. We had a couple of flakes
(Cough) Melanie, but it was not too much of a problem. This year
we also had the largest cast then any other year, and we also had
the largest turnout then any previous year, even with it raining.
The themeing turned out excpanaly well for have such limited time.
Well, this was an intersting year, we started off eairly
and worked hard to create the best haunt that we haver ever done.
But then the hell began... some one complained and the city responded.
We know had
the city breathing down our thoat about building an addition on
the house with out a permit. So then began the month long process
of meeting with
the city trying to figure out what we can do to keep the haunt
alive. Eventually we got a nice tip, and were able to continue
without the city watching
over our backs, but this required us to compleatly rebuild the
entire haunt from scratch. (Photo Sept. 12, 2003 is before city, Photo
Oct 13, 2003 is after city).
This year was all about speed, after loosing a month of work, we needed
to work fast. The construction was the same as before, using metal studs
to frame the walls and structures and then use drywall. So for the most
part we use standard construction principals, but with a little less framing
than standard. Luckaly we hard most of the materials and drywall from previous
years, so we were able to save alot of money.
This year the haunt started off at the front entry way of the house and
went thought the 'portal' into the realm, after this you would enter the
mortuary, with our hand made coffin (See
Projects) and a gost piano player playing the funerial march. Once
you exit the mortuary you go into the dot room, which was the same as previous
years, but in a different location. After that you enter one of the best
theamed area's in the entire haunt, the grave yard.