Even though I had to admit defeat with building a post-apocalypse haunt, I haven’t given up on scavenging through the genre for props and scenes for haunted houses. Probably the most recognizable post-apocalyptic prop isGo On
One of the hardest aspects of haunt architecture, at least for me, is maintaining cohesion. As much as I may love my initial theme, I inevitably get inspired by amazing scenes that NEED to beGo On
Imagine you’re several scenes into a haunt. Besides one room of “hanging bodies”, the path through the haunt has thus far been clearly defined and you’ve been enjoying the gory scenes, but largely felt in control of the pace of your visit. You are chased through a heavy curtain by an agitated evil scientist or perhaps an overly friendly clown and suddenly find yourself…adrift.
You are filled with a special type of dread as you the walk up the last few stairs. These steps lead to the industrial looking building with the over-sized sliding doors that let the stretchersGo On