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  1. The Yaybahar

    On the old AZ Haunters website a few years back I put up an article about the Yaybahar, invented by Borken Sen.
    If you've never heard of this instrument, check out the video below:

    Like the ominous gong sounds I wrote about a couple weeks ago, I think the eerie sounds of this unique devise could find application in a number of haunts.

    The whole thing is made of strings, springs, wood and drumheads. The sounds ...
  2. Inspiration from The Book of Life

    I saw a post on Facebook about an artist making a life sized version of this gate:

    The thing is, I'd never see this gate before. Was it from Nightmare Before Christmas? ...
  3. Live Digital Mapping and Projection

    Can you imagine what a company like Universal could do with this in their haunt?
  4. Gong of DOOM!

    Sound is so important.
    Even in the days of "silent" movies, there was always musical accompaniment to set the mood.
    While we all love the old "Thrilling Chilling" sound FX records, isn't it cool to find new sounds to add to our haunt's ambience?

    Listen to the sounds produced by this gong and its master player!

    Pretty sure most haunts could use this sound somewhere. If you load it into any sound editor and ...
  5. Bloodshot

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    Super quick. I popped the eyes out of a doll and made one of them bloodshot. All I did is take some red thread (yarn would have been easier) and brush it with a wire brush until I got fine red fuzz.
    I painted the white of the eye with wood glue. I like wood glue because it dries a slightly jaundiced yellow.
    Anyway, once the glue was tacky, I laid down the fuzz. I dipped a stiff paintbrush in more glue and painted over the fuzz with that. ...
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