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  1. Building Worlds

    World Building. You've certainly heard the term. What is it? Is it necessary in haunting?
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    Worldbuilding can be defined as the process of constructing a fictional universe. Strictly speaking, anything that happens in that universe "builds" it, so "worldbuilding" is only used to describe the invention of fictional details for some reason other than the convenience of a currently ongoing story, up to and including simply engaging
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  2. YouTube Science! Part 6 - The Roberts Fogger

    If you want thick, heavy, LOW LYING fog form a fog machine, you need to chill it, right? RIGHT?

    Not so fast, Kemosabe! Check out the Roberts Fogger:



    Fog fluid is a mixture of glycol and water. The heater in the fogger heats the water and shatters the glycol into tiny droplets. The theory is that the extremely hygroscopic dry glycol vapor is attaching to the airborne water droplets and forming heavier glycol ...

    Updated 02-03-2021 at 01:11 PM by JustJimAZ

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  3. YouTube Science! Part 5.5 - Flame Table!

    If you take a Flame Tube and square it, what do you get?



    Flame Table!
    Definitely on my bucket list, this thing is even more spectacular than the tube. The big drawback here seems to be that you have to be above it to get the full effect. This makes it more of a thing for a group of folks standing around a firepit than watching a show form a distance.

    Still, it's pretty sweet looking, and a sure hit at a Halloween
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  4. YouTube Science! Part 5 - Flame Tube!

    I have had a Ruben's Tube for 9-10 years now. It is fantastic!



    The biggest drawback with this device is wind. If you are outside, wind really wreaks havoc on your show! Inside, or with it shielded, it's no problem.

    The second biggest drawback is the heat will eventually melt the latex membrane - AKA balloon. The usual recommendation is to keep the shows 5 minutes or less to avoid this. I have been able to go
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  5. YouTube Science! Part 4 - Write on Water

    This could be a cool "atmospheric" effect:



    It reminds me of some of the stuff The House of Restless Spirits in Santa Monica used to do.

    Imagine a scene where there is literally writing floating on the water! Anything you would like!

    How would you use this effect, and how would you keep patrons from messing it up?

    Happy Haunting!
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