Sweeping Shadows from Dreams
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- Jan 14, 2013
Yeah, that's why it makes sense to build up over months instead of just being seasonal. Stories don't even need to be tied to the haunt location. They can start online and involve the local community. Plus stories can change from year to year so it's not redundant and doesn't grow stale. That's one thing I always like about watching American Horror Story. Each season uses the same cast, but tells a completely different, yet equally terrifying tale.So to flesh this out a bit more.
Lets say your overall story is "You just got kidnapped by a psycho and now you must escape!"
The first week of the month would be "Chapter One." The would go through a series of escape rooms and deal with whatever scary stuff you come up with.
Throughout this some guide takes them through this scary story and journey.
By the time they escape there should be some sort of cliff hanger. Now they are encouraged to come back to participate in Chapter Two which is always held the second weekend of every month. Then chapter three and four on the third and fourth weekends.
The grand ending would be your halloween event.
I guess I'm saying to design a big horror story and allow people to be the real life characters. Nothing like that (as far as I know) exist but I would do it over and over again!
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