Continued from First You Need a Plan.
I'm happy to say that the haunted house was a giant success this year and not because of the turnout, although 150 people isn't a bad turnout, but because of how many families contributed in one way or another.
We started construction at 10am and didn't stop working until after 8pm on Friday. Then we got up and started working at 9am on Saturday and didn't stop until shortly after 3pm, which was just long enough for me to get all dressed up and put my makeup on. We came out at 6pm and already had families outside wanting to get in.
The doors officially opened to families of the construction crew at 6:30pm and then to the public at 7pm. We shut it down after 9:30pm.
On the inside we had 9 people scaring, two of which were rotating and two teenagers running the entrance and the exit.
I tried to upload through YouTube but they stripped the music so I've since gone through Facebook (otherwise this post would've been up on Monday. All well, minor issue). I'll let the slideshow speak for itself.
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Okay, so I got rid of the Facebook one and added the YouTube one, but there is no sound as of yet. *Darn YouTube, shaking head*