Post Mortem

Halloween 2010 has come and gone.  It felt like it happened so fast, yet the set-up seemed like it took ages.  I am writing this at 10:22pm after a grueling day on my feet, so bare with me here folks. 

This year saw some great things and some not so great.  The great, such as the addition of Hallowindow and some new props, will be shown in pictures and videos in the coming weeks, as I sift through everything.  The opening/closing coffin was a wonderful success.  The electric chair was great, except for the handle that broke off VERY early in the evening, courtesy of one hyper guest. 

On the not so great side, wind broke my donation reaper, so while he was still able to accept donations, he was no longer animated and his stand was in pieces.  The lights on my street are seriously messed up and would go on and off at will, which played games with my own lighting.  Overall though, I heard many great things from neighbours.  However, the debate to continue next year, which will be the 12th, is raging in my mind.  I’ll have to sleep on this one.

In the meantime, there are many people I would like to thank.

 – Neal Brother’s Foods: your support was much appreciated and I must say I heard nothing but good things about the taste of your cheese pops!
 – Mike Leinwand: You are always a help, although I often have to bribe you with candy.  Thanks Muke!
 – Mom and Pops: Once again you have proven to be wonderful parents who are VERY understanding!
 – Jesse: Thanks for lending me the projector oh wonderful brother!
 

And to all my neighbours who came and donated to The SickKids Foundation, I thank you very much!  And once again, a shout out to Jacob, for no reason other than I think you’re a cool kid, but my feelings towards your dog are undecided, as he growled at me.

Check back soon for pictures and video.  If I figure out how to transfer things from a PVR to a computer, I’ll also upload my City TV interview, as I was most hilarious in it, if I do say so myself.

3 Responses to “Post Mortem”

  • I enjoyed your pics and blog. Keep up the good work! I also have a home haunt called the Broadview Bloodbath, here in Columbus, Ohio. Over the next week or so I will have a new video up, so if you get some time, say, next week, feel free to take a peek? I’m also on Facebook…let’s share ideas! Happy Haunting, Robin

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