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I've been enjoying (somewhat quietly) this site for nearly a year.

Great site, and some awesome people providing lots of helpful info here! I thought I should give an official introduction.

Kerry
Reading, Pa.

P.S. Thanks to all who have helped with questions I've asked, and also inspiring me with my past and future projects.
 

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HI there. I think there are quite a few PA people here. I hope you like it.
 

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Thanks for the warm welcome...and I've really enjoyed my stay thus far. I almost couldn't believe I was checking new posts on here about Halloween in January...I guess it becomes an addiction.

With the info and ideas to be gathered here, I should easily outdo all of my previous haunts by far.

Thanks to all of you fellow dimented people who keep this going all throughout the year.

Kerry
 

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Welcome how did I miss this glad to see another eastern pa haunter
 

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Hi and welcome. Sounds like a fellow lurker just lurking around the site. I lurk too, lurk, lurk, lurk.
 

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Hi neighbor! Northern NJ here. Sounds like we need Slightlymad to get you to join our make and take group. I'm glad you've decided to join in year round. Try not to look at it as an addiction, more like an all encompassing need to work on your haunt 24/7 in spite of monetary constraints, family obligations, work pressure, and your own conscience. hehehe
 

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Thanks again to all of you for the warm welcome.

It's great to find a place where the spirit runs year round. I've been lurking here for 6 months or so, and I have more ideas for this year already than my space and finances allow.

My wife always thinks it's strange when I pass up a chance to go to the pool with her on a sweltering July day in favor of puting something together just besause "time is running out". I appreciate everyone confirming my thoughts that she may just be the strange one.

Kerry
 

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Hi Kerry and welcome. Looking forward to seeing photos of your haunt.
I will see what I have in the way of photos. I also need to figure out how to upload my photos.

I don't do any kind of haunt at home, being that I live in the city.

I set up at my seasonal campsite where space is limited (but between the night hayrides, campsite trick or treaters, and general campsite strollers, we see about 150-200 visitors at our site throughout judging weekend and the costume weekend. (I'm thinking about doing a walk through this year...as most people who walk by want to take a tour anyway).

We also do a haunted trail the weekend before Halloween where we rent a bunch of generators and set up to scare people on the hayride. Each group's set up (about 8 or so groups on the trail) is kind of smallish, but some people who work it can come up with some really good spots and some cool stuff for just a generator or two. The problem with that is that set up is only 1 day and we clear out the night of and the morning after. That's a shame, because we've had as many as 800 paying customers on the haywagons.

Anyway, thanks for the welcome, and I'll see what I can do about the pics.
 
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