Home Haunter Huddle with Caleb Brumm & Tyler Palmer

Posted 26 Nov 2012 in INTERVIEWS, PODCASTS

Plague DoctorIn Episode 31 of HaunTopic Radio we talk with Home Haunters Caleb Brumm & Tyler Palmer from Fresno, California and steal some of their ideas for our yard haunts next year! Their Halloween Haunt this year was a mix of steam punk & plague doctor; a small haunt this Halloween but it is growing each year. And effective by the reaction of the trick-r-treaters.

Their inspiration for Halloween & decorating their front porch has sparked an eternal fire that only continues to burn hotter. They even have plans to take their talent & knowledge into the professional realm when the opportunity is right. But for now they will continue to work on learning new skills and doing plenty of research on the business side of Haunting.

Here are a few things we learned in this interview:

  • USING LOW DECIBEL FREQUENCY TO IRRITATE YOUR GUESTS
  • TRY TO USE ELEMENTS IN YOUR HAUNT TO ENGAGE ALL OF YOUR SENSES
  • FIND A FRIEND WHO LIKES HALLOWEEN AS MUCH AS YOU DO
  • A COOL YOU TUBE CHANNEL TO FIND HAUNT/HALLOWEEN IDEAS

 

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Posted by Brian Foreman

4 Comments

  1. Allen Landau
    29 December 12, 3:50pm

    I store all of Holloween in racks that hang in my garage above the garage doors. then in metal shelves that line my three car garage all the way around. What I do is use the boxes that some of the the things come in get rid for packing then fill the boxes with other pieces. Each year I repack to fit more thats the only way I can make or buy more.

  2. 27 November 12, 8:16am

    Great interview! Glad to know I’m not alone in the love of “Halloween”. I have had the problem of “how to store without doing damage” or in my case how not to loose something!

    • 27 November 12, 8:26pm

      Yeah, I stick stuff in the attic in totes, trash bags, & use shelving. It’s amazing how much you can store if it’s organized. Still working on it though.

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