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  1. Terror at Candle Cove

    I discovered a DVD of something called Channel Zero at my local library and thought I'd check it out.

    Turns out it's an anthology series. The first series, Candle Cove, revolves around a "children's" television show that inspires kids to murder.

    What a creepy idea for a haunt! Stay with me here.

    The show is all puppet based. No one can see it except its intended audience.
  2. Rubens Tube - Dancing Fire!

    I'm not certain this warrants a blog post, but...
    I've had a Rubens tube for a bit over 7 years now. When the gas pressure is strong, and the wind is down and the music is clear, it can be a sight to behold.
    The Rubens Tube was invented by German physicist Heinrich Rubens in 1905 to demonstrate standing wave patterns in gas. Sounds ...
  3. Happy New Year!

    I hope you are having a great start to a brand new year! Here's to scary things in 2018!

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  4. Corruption of a Mask

    Hi AZ Haunters!
    I thought I'd share a recent project. It's not much, but maybe it will inspire someone.
    Basically, I modified a plastic mask to look creepier.

    I got a plastic mask off Amazon. It didn't fit me or anyone else. If you could see out the eyes, the mask chin was in your mouth or at least not covering your chin.

    I cut out the chin and widened the eyes with a razer.
  5. Anhedonia = Dryrot

    "Anhedonia was more than a Warning Sign, it was an out-and-out symptom. A dryrot spreading from pleasure to pleasure, a fungus spoiling the delight in luxury and joy in leisure which for so many years had fueled Gary?s resistance to the poorthink of his parents."
    - Jonathan Franzen, The Corrections, 2001
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