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maze in a garage

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For the past couple of years, I've been setting up my display in the garage. Basically, I had a bunch of props scattered around with no real structure or theme. TOT's would just walk in, check out the scenery, get their candy, and leave. I found a site where a guy created a structure out of pipe in his garage that essentially created 5 small rooms. I'm going to try this, but I can't find the site to give the guy proper credit (or ask his advice).

Has anyone else done this? The structure itself is pretty simple. What I want to do is pump fog through the frame and drill holes in the pipe so that the fog will seep out along the floor. Can a standard fogger do this? I was thinking of maybe having a 'Y' coupler at the fogger and using a fan to help push the fog.
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I do a garage and yard maze.....the garage is pretty easy to do with scene setters hanging and some burlap....really cool site mention above....but you can do a good garage maze with out all that work......we use atv's,remotes,foggers,lights and about 10 actors.....I can set mine in a day...see the pics on my last page here.http://community.webtv.net/boswell7/doc0
Thanks......updated my web page with some good pics from Oct. 31......it went well....how was yours ?
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