So true..I think it reflects how the event has grown and changed over time as well..I love clever and functional design choices like thatSide note - Just looking over the construction photos in this thread.. I noticed something that probably always goes unnoticed to the average HHN-goer: the evolution of the fog machine.
Since I have been going (2003) it's crazy to see how it started out, with some of the fog machines in scare zones literally just sitting on top of a 55gal drum of fog juice and placed inside a small wooden box, to nowadays, where they have designed and built these self-contained units that house the fog machine, the fluid, and even fans to keep the boxes cool. It's really quite a marvel.
Sorry, the effects geek in me got out, I just had to take note. Continue on with your regularly scheduled construction~
The same way the Skoolhouse scarezone did.new photos up of hershels barn.....http://www.horrornightnightmares.com/forums/index.php/topic/3361-halloween-horror-nights-23-construction-pictures/page-2
to me it seems a little small and sense its not on the road how do you think the experience is going to work?