Live from The 3rd Street Asylum: A Complete Walk-Through & Guided Tour with Mike and Steve

Posted 14 Nov 2012 in PODCASTS
3rd Street Asylum Haunted House Play in new window | Download (Duration: 53:45 — 61.5MB)Subscribe: Android | AppleIn Episode 30 of HaunTopic Radio we get a behind-the-scenes guided tour with Mike Clouse & Steve Hoffine from The 3rd Street Asylum of Bonner Springs, Kansas. I get a short interview with the guys before we go through the Haunt with the lights on. They tell us about where they get their supplies, some useful prop tips for your Haunt, & great ideas you can use for yours! Then we get the full experience with all cylinders in motion! A full 22 Minute walk-through with the actors, music, and my daughter screaming every 2 minutes. You will hear my family through most of this: my...

The Garage of Evil: Steve O’Connor Opens the Door for a Personal Tour

Posted 26 Oct 2012 in INTERVIEWS, PODCASTS
Steve O'Connor Play in new window | Download (Duration: 58:47 — 67.3MB)Subscribe: Android | Apple In Episode 29 we pull Steve O’Connor out of the garage for a minute and get his story on the early days of The Garage of Evil, some words of wisdom for any Haunter, and find out that he is like an Home Haunt Encyclopedia! He is so dedicated to share and provide value to Home Haunters around the world that we are not sure that he has even left the workshop yet…….Steve are you there? The Garage of Evil Network is a community & knowledge base of Home Haunters that keeps growing despite the growing popularity of social media sites. There are many years...

Lesley Bannatyne: The Story Behind Halloween & What It Means Today

Posted 16 Oct 2012 in PODCASTS
Halloween Nation Play in new window | Download (Duration: 56:14 — 64.4MB)Subscribe: Android | Apple In Episode 28 of HaunTopic Radio we get Lesley Bannatyne to dust off her crystal ball & tell us remarkable stories of the past and other adventures of Halloween. She also turns the questions to us and we gave in. So you might here a couple stories from us about Halloween. We also learn where she found the inspiration behind her book about Halloween/Haunters & the Haunt Industry titled Halloween Nation: Behind America’s Fright Night.  Lesley has interviewed & met many Haunters and Halloween fans within the industry. Small Home Haunters to Pumpkin Carvers-Pro Haunters to Witch Festivals- she has inspired many of us…. Lesley...

Phobias: How To Use Fear When Scare Acting with The Unknown Scare Actor

Posted 06 Oct 2012 in HAUNT NEWS
Phobias & Fears Play in new window | Download (Duration: 54:11 — 62.0MB)Subscribe: Android | Apple In Episode 27 we put the Unknown Scare Actor in a small closet with lots of spiders and make him tell us all of his Scare Acting Secrets. Well…kinda. Jim Millspaugh (the Unknown Scare Actor) has acted most of his life, scares the body fluids out of most guests at The Dent School House, & trains other Scare Actors to utilize his techniques. He uses the tagline “Everyone is Afraid of Something” in his segment on The Big Scary Show as he shares different Phobias each episode. And after doing a bit of research on Phobias, it seems there really is a Phobia for everything....

CFX: The Evolution of Silicone Masks & What It Takes To Make One

Posted 25 Sep 2012 in INTERVIEWS, PODCASTS
Composite Effects Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:10:21 — 80.5MB)Subscribe: Android | Apple In Episode 26 of HaunTopic Radio we interview Wes, Ken, & Diana from CFX or otherwise known as Composite Effects. We unmask each one of them and learn more about the silicone mask making process, where they get their creative inspiration, and how the silicone mask is an excellent tool for any Haunter. If you have never witnessed these masks in action…it is a completely different feel & look than latex or foam products. Yes, they do cost more than most masks but if you figure in time, convenience, & effectiveness; CFX masks can actually save you money. And once you try one on-you may...

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