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Turning Pro is the dream for many home and volunteer haunts, but how do you know when to make the leap? What does it take? Is it safe to leap in 2021? This is a preview of the live panel from the Haunt Masters of Haunter's Toolbox. Bring your questions for the Live Q&A January 21st at 1PM ET. Featuring Brian Foreman & Darryl Plunkie from Haunter's …
 
Scott Swenson comes on to preview HAuNTcon’s 2021 Keynote Panel "I Didn't Think It Would Work...But It Did: Lessons Learned From the 2020 Haunt Season!" Register FREE for HAuNTcon at www.hauntcon.com and attend this panel LIVE Jan 19th at 1PM ET! Up next, Max is back with a Postmortem of Backwoodz Oddities presents The Last Carnival Haunted House i…
 
On today’s Green Tagged, we discuss Combating Disenfranchisement and Designing for Empathy. Stories covered: “Inside the Capitol Siege,” “Japan declares 2nd State of Emergency,” “Busch Gardens Williamsburg to be open for first time in January,” “Glamping at Singapore’s Changi airport as traveltainment help airports weather COVID.”Show notes: www.gr…
 
On January 18th, 2020, five talented and experienced women in the haunted-attraction industry gathered on stage at HAuNTcon for the second annual Women in Haunting panel. The first year’s panel offered insight into wide-ranging challenges and opportunities for women working in the industry. This year, panel organizer Liz Irving, Senior Vice Preside…
 
On today’s Green Tagged, we examine three trends that will impact your attraction in 2021: Demand regeneration, Changing Guest Expectations, and Deglobalization. Stories covered: Universal reaches capacity before 9AM; Denny’s hostess quits on the spot after customers claim ‘religious exemption’ to wearing a mask; Discussion points taken from an int…
 
Well dear listeners, we made it to the end of 2020. Phew. And while we plan for 2021, it’s a good time to reflect on what we learned this year. On today’s Special, we’re celebrating the end of 2020 with some of your favorite podcasters and guests.Featured in this episode: Darryl Plunkie and Brian Foreman from HaunTopic Radio, Donnie Hoover and “Mea…
 
In celebration of the 50th episode of "A Scott in the Dark", Scott looks back to the initial reason for doing the podcast and forward to the opportunities it has provided. The show includes a few clips from previous shows, including a 2018 interview with the late Robbi LePre after she was awarded her Lifetime Achievement award from the Haunted Attr…
 
This is a bonus rebroadcast from Haunt Weekly: “This week on Haunt Weekly, we’re looking at the issue of simulated violence in haunted houses and discussing what boundaries should be set and what is best for your haunt and your customers.There’s not much doubt that most haunts contain at least some implied violence. Severed limbs, dead bodies, grue…
 
On today’s Green Tagged, we continue the Futureproofing discussion with two topics your attraction should tackle in 2021: Diversity and Sustainability. Stories covered: “The World Travel & Tourism Council published new diversity guidelines for the travel and tourism sector,” “Walt Disney Company releases 2030 environmental goals,” “Self-driving veh…
 
Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house, not a creature was stirring, not even a… Gremlin? What does Christmas look like at a haunter’s house? I was curious to know how other haunters celebrated the holiday season, so I asked a few. On today’s 2020 Christmas Special, we’re asking how haunters celebrate the holidays. Featured in th…
 
To celebrate our 400th episode, we’re hosting a giveaway! On today’s show you’ll hear Scott Swenson discuss his new book “The 13 commandments of haunting.” And we’re giving away a few copies of the book! Simply email me (philip@hauntedattractionnetwork.com) with what Scott is over the top with and you’ll be entered into the giveaway. Email your ans…
 
On today’s Green Tagged: Virtualizing pieces of your experiences and what the FTC’s case against Facebook means for your attraction.Stories: BBC’s new Radiophonic Travel Agency, VR waterslide at Vana Nava Water Jungle, Thailand, MicroStrategy’s massive purchase of Bitcoin, & 4 Takeaways From The Government's Case Against Facebook.…
 
Mary Imagination has the unique perspective of being both a scare actor and a debut novelist. In this episode you’ll hear an excerpt from her new young adult fantasy horror novel ‘We Are The Monsters.’ Then, Mary joins to discuss crafting villains for both the page and the flesh. Grab Mary’s book on Amazon here: https://amzn.to/34kJTVA…
 
Josh Sumsion from Dead City Haunted House comes on to discuss the process behind their TikTok videos, some of which are going viral. Here’s what you need to know to get your TikTok up and running. In the News: Trouble for 13th World in Cumberland; Frank the Christmas Gargoyle; Creepy Christmas Photos; A call for Women Haunters; the line between Ter…
 
This week on ‘Green Tagged: Theme Park in 30’ we dive deep into the ripples caused by Warner Brothers in the entertainment and attractions industry.Stories covered: Warner Bros CEO Jason Kilar explains his move in an interview with the NY Times; California lockdowns resume; Russia announces plan for tourism recovery; Technifex pivots to offering th…
 
Besides a 12ft Skeleton from Home Depot, recognition is one the best holiday gifts you can give a haunter. Nora & Tyler From The Scare Factor’s Team Zombillies present their 2020 Haunt Awards. The winners are: Funniest Scare - Hysterium Haunted Asylum - Fort Wayne, IN Bobby and Bennie; Best Clowning Around - Grissom Maze of Terror - Peru, IN; Best …
 
On the first day of Christmas a true haunter gave to me... Answered! Plus, Haunted Overload donates to Pope Memorial for tenth year, the Mortuary debuts ‘psycho’ holiday haunted house, and The Krampus. Max gets a Postmortem 2020 Haunt Season Report from Blood Prison at the Ohio State Reformatory in Mansfield Ohio. Get “The Krampus and the Old, Dark…
 
This week on ‘Green Tagged: Theme Park in 30’ we examine Big Moves in brands monetizing DTC digital experiences, vaccine requirements from Airlines, and big openings.Stories covered: Warner Bros to Release 2021 films on HBO MAX concurrently with theatrical release; Qantas to require COVID-19 Vaccine to fly; Online shopping up 21.5% with 47% being v…
 
Max gets a postmortem report from Pyle Hazard at Chainer’s Field of Screams in Botkins, Ohio. Chainer’s is a small family haunt, but they had a stellar year and raised a lot for charity. They’re keeping involved by ringing for the salvation army and entering the local mascot competition. In the news, Darryl reports on: Black Friday Deals for Haunte…
 
This week on ‘Green Tagged: Theme Park in 30’ we examine the slow US recovery and what some attractions are doing to diversify revenue.Stories covered: The Malaysian Tourism Ministry reveals recovery plans for pandemic-hit travel sector; Reuters reports US $500B travel spending dive, slow recovery through 2024; Academy Museum of Motion Pictures exc…
 
The entertainment industry has been devastated by this pandemic, and we’re not out of the woods yet. But today, let’s pause and reflect on what we’re thankful for. I’m thankful for the connection I had with Robbi Lepre and I often think of how she would handle these hardships. And so, I want to share that with you. Today’s 2020 Thanksgiving Special…
 
What are you thankful for? Today’s show is all about how haunters are giving thanks and celebrating Thanksgiving. Darryl looks at how haunted attractions thank their cast and then we hear from haunters all over about their traditions. In this episode: Scott Swenson, Brian Foreman, Max Christian Bryan, Darryl Plunkie, Dalton Dale, Ashey Cope, Samant…
 
This week on Green Tagged we explore trends and new experiences in the theme park and themed entertainment industries. Universal Hollywood launches a drive-in experience; Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser; Own The Park at Great Wolf Lodge; IAAPA went virtual; PortAventura World is carbon neutral; The Hyperloop test was successful; 3 bid opening announ…
 
Patrick Konopelski from Shocktoberfest Scream Park gives a postmortem on his 2020 Halloween season. Shocktoberfest had a great year, but that took a lot of pivoting. Patrick discusses what his team did beyond the basic safety measures, including shifting their advertising spend and transition the hayride to a walkthrough. A must-listen for any haun…
 
I had the delight of going on-site to interview Scott Swenson, the Creative Director for The Garden of Spirits at CW’s Gin Joint in Tampa, FL. Scott discusses the event and how critical both contingency planning and scaling are for events of all sizes. In the news: ScareTour is making a Christmas Gift Guide; The ScareFactor’s Monster Bash was cance…
 
With the 2020 haunt season coming to a close haunts everywhere are shutting down, evaluating how the season went and starting planning for the new year.But, while a LOT happens in the off-season for haunts one key thing does: Earning money.For most haunts, not being opens means no money at all coming in. However, that doesn't make any sense. Sure, …
 
This week on Green Tagged: How does a vaccine change planning at your attraction? While Buena Vista Street plans to open on November 19th, Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk closed after only one weekend. The Pandemic has inspired a cornucopia of new tech, including AI Bag Scanners, UVC light fixtures, disinfection robots, socially distanced roller coaster…
 
Today is our 2nd 2020 Haunt Season Port Mortem and this time we’re going to Sir Henry’s Haunted Trail in Plant City, FL. Zach Glaros previews his plans for 2021 and discusses some of the things he hopes to keep. We also take a rewind to 2015 to get a better sense of how Zach’s team has progressed and how Sir Henry came to be.…
 
Kaia Gondron from A Petrified Forest in Altamonte Springs, FL discusses recaps their season The Scare Factor’s Monster Bash is set for November 21st. Hershey Candy sales are up despite less trick or treating. A Home Haunter in Dallas set up a gruesome scene that got police called. A New report describes “how fear and enjoyment can coexist in recrea…
 
To say 2020 was an unprecedented season is a cliche at this point, but it is also a grand truth. That said, getting through tough times can carry with it lessons for the better times and that's what we're on a mission to find.The question is simple, what lessons from 2020 can haunts take with them to 2021 and beyond? It turns out there's a lot and …
 
This week in Green Tagged: We discuss how different countries are recovering their tourism sectors amid the pandemic. The through line is, of course, how well local governments are containing the virus to ease consumer distress. Western countries continue with broad approaches which Eastern countries experiment with targeted approaches. In Europe, …
 
HAuNTcon is accepting speaker applications through Nov 20th here: https://info.urban-expo.com/CallForPapers2021 . Haunters Against Hate is officially a nonprofit. Max from the Ohio Haunters Association comes on to discuss who is opening this weekend.Bởi Haunted Attraction Network
 
Today’s Halloween Special is presented in two acts, with an intermission. Act 1 is the audio version of Seasonal Entertainment Source Magazine’s Halloween Special- Issue 28. Intermission is music from Chris Thomas and Whispers of a Witch’s Halloween Special. Act 2 is a collection of short stories from haunters about why they love Halloween. Act 1 c…
 
Take a trip with me through Halloween Past and Halloween Present. Today we're going on location to haunted attractions all over the US, including: Kinetic Theory in Los Angeles, The Queen Mary in Long Beach, Forbidden Acres in El Paso, The Maize in Buffalo, Howl o Scream in Tampa, Halloween Horror Nights in Orlando, Creatures of the Night at ZooTam…
 
Dark Stories read by the author, Scott Swenson. From the book jacket: “This is a collection of poetry and prose written between 2015 and 2019. These pieces were inspired by nightmares, late night walks with the dog, jumprope rhymes, horror comics and several glasses of wine after midnight. I was able to revisit a character created in a previous boo…
 
Road Trip: A Tale of 4 Home HauntersWhile sitting at home is driving some of us crazy, it’s giving others the chance to create. In this year when so many haunts have gone dark, home haunts are seriously stepping up. On today’s special, join me on a road trip to 4 different home haunts. We’ll hear all about the obsession, the learning, and the passi…
 
The headless horseman is one of the most iconic images of both Halloween and haunting. His namesake haunt is one of the best known in the country and his tale is many a child's first introduction into spooky stories. But where did this legend come from and how much truth is there to it? Also, are there other headless horsemen around the world? Thes…
 
Halloween week is here! What have you missed?Here's All Hallows Geek with some tips for celebrating Halloween this week. We cover: The depressingly Scaled back retail in stores, how NOBODY wants to give up on trick or treating, In-Car Experiences, EPIC Home Haunts Displays, Haunted Car Washes, Virtual Ques, and tips for Halloween Day.…
 
This week on Green Tagged: Attractions weigh in on sustainability; Hong Kong has a new COVID Safe Certification Plan; India Operators Doubt Demand; Disney and Six Flags continue to Rightsize; Hong Kong’s Ocean Park Faces Rebranding Challenge; Both Disney and Universal are testing new hotel models.Full Show Notes: https://greentaggedshow.com/theme-p…
 
If you’re in SoCal and don’t have plans for Halloween week yet – Don’t panic! We have a SoCal Halloween Guide to lay out what’s left. Plus: The Thirteenth Hour’s Benjamin Gagne on Safety and Pivoting; Erebus updates; Dead Last Drive-In Home Haunt; Universal Studios Japan is hosting a face mask cosplay contest for Halloween; Crealy Theme Park’s Hall…
 
Max from the Ohio Haunters Association brings his weekly Ohio Haunt Update. Nassau County Halloween attraction comes under fire for lack of social distancing. Twelvepole Manor to open outdoor trail after indoor attraction shut down. Commissioners grant permit, allow Reaper's Realm to continue operations for the remainder of Halloween season.…
 
Alex Crow discusses the 2020 Creatures of the Night at ZooTampa and their focus on performer interactions. News: Halloween Food Crawl and Creature Safari Announced at Legg Lake; Reese's Is Sending Out Trick-Or-Treat Doors Full Of Free Candy For A Socially Distant Halloween Treat; Anoka’s huge Halloween festival returns to its roots amid pandemic…
 
Justin Fix from JFI Productions (producers of CREEP Los Angeles) discusses their 2020 Halloween show ‘INSIDE.’ INSIDE is a socially-distant bite-sized Halloween treat. Quarantined households (up to 5 people MAX) are invited to a guided outdoor ghost tour. Guests will creep around an iconic haunted LA property for a quick night of spooky stories and…
 
Fort Edmonton Park’s DARK Halloween event has made some changes this year to accommodate the guidelines around the pandemic and the limitations imposed by the park’s construction activities. As a result, much of the Halloween programming will be virtual, but there will be one, live, limited capacity event on site. Rather than its usual 12 days of e…
 
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