Thursday, November 29, 2007

Is anyone reading this crap?

hey, i would like to write a blog at least once a week until there's some action(which there may be sooner than halloween), but not if no one is reading this crap. so, if you have a moment and you are reading these things let me know that i am not doing this in vain like i do everything else in my life.

until then...


Eric Striffler said...

Heyy man, I'm reading them!
I do my own haunt on Long Island so it's really interesting to read what other haunters are up to.
I went to Nightmare for the past 2 years and I loved it so it's cool to read what goes into it.

Steven Finch, Attorney At Law said...

I check the RSS feed every day!

Chris said...

Hey I just checked out some videos on your house and read through your blog, and I have to say I'm thoroughly impressed with the whole thing! I really wish I could come this year, but I live in Ohio and doubt I'll be able to make it out that way. Halloween has always been my favorite holiday by far (not sure exactly why, it's just an intriguing time), and I'm thinking about working at a haunted house this year for the first time as an actor. I think it would be awesome fun, and the effort would be well worth it. Someday I'd like to start my own haunt. I live in a small town with no haunted houses, but there's this dude that sets up a pretty decent little show of Halloween animatronics (mostly the home made variety with a splash of somewhat cool but kinda cheesy Wal-Mart Halloween robots) in his front yard, and I was thinking of maybe collaborating with him next year and setting something up indoors. My dad has this warehouse that sits on a 5 acre property, so it's pretty desolate. It was built in the 1950's and is made up of concrete block with the paint mostly all worn and peeled off, and big old wooden half rotted bay doors. The inside is just as run-down, and I think the isolation of the area coupled with the old creepy look and feel of it would make a really nice environment to set the mood. The building is 20' wide by about 100' long. He's also got an old saw mill in there and lots of power tools - would be nice to maybe do something with those haha.

Well, I just figured I'd let you know that people DO read, people DO care, and some of us are already in the Halloween spirit (and others of us are ALWAYS in the Halloween spirit ;)). Have a good one, and I hope you get a great turnout this year! Keep bloggin'!