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  • #16
    Thanks Ron! Now I'm hoping for a hugely well attended spring break event. We open a week from tonight! Yikes!

    Kel
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    Kelly Allen
    Raycliff Manor Haunted Attraction
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    • #17
      Looking good!
      Congratulations.
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      • #18
        LOOKS SICK!

        Jake

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        • #19
          Gorgeous! I love the new facade!
          Katie Lane
          Partner/VP
          Raven's Wolf Art Productions (www.ravens-wolf.com)
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          • #20
            Originally posted by Raycliff Manor View Post
            Thanks Ron! Now I'm hoping for a hugely well attended spring break event. We open a week from tonight! Yikes!

            Kel
            Spring Break event, that sounds like a good idea.

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            • #21
              Hi all! Thanks for all the positive comments and feedback on the facade. The Fright Team has really done an incredible job! We made some additional enhancements to the facade. Here's a link to more pictures. We're just about finished with phase one!



              After our "Ghouls Gone Wild" event for spring break we'll be continuing with the facade makeover. Please send positive thoughts and energy that the next two weekends are very well attended, safe and prosperous for us! Thanks!

              Kel
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              Kelly Allen
              Raycliff Manor Haunted Attraction
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              • #22
                Kel,

                It looks incredible... I can't wait to see the finished product! Again, with that optical illusion! hahahaha... Keep it up man, it's showing that you do have the best crew! -Tyler
                Chris Riehl
                Sales@spookyfinder.com
                (586)209-6935
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                • #23
                  Thanks Tyler! Alright, I'm looking for ideas to "spook it up" a bit. Other than a weathervane that is on order and the lightshow that Gadget at Evilusions.com has developed for us, the facade is pretty much done for our spring break event. Unless anyone has some inexpensive ideas and suggestions to help give the facade a good, creepy look. I'm open to suggestions!

                  Kel
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                  Kelly Allen
                  Raycliff Manor Haunted Attraction
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                  • #24
                    I always thought a creepy lattice fence up one side with some very dead plant life on it would be creepy! Maybe some frayed cheesecloth (detail with light black spray paint) as curtains in the windows... allow them to hang in the wind freely! Maybe a chimney? Borded up windows? Window planters with dead plants?

                    Just some thoughts... -Tyler
                    Chris Riehl
                    Sales@spookyfinder.com
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                    • #25
                      Looks great!

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                      • #26
                        Thanks! Love the ideas Tyler! After spring break is over I believe we're going to work on getting the fencing and lattice!
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                        Raycliff Manor Haunted Attraction
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                        • #27
                          Great looking Kel. I would definitely add a rail for the widow's walk. Hey.....I know a guy...
                          http://www.theironkingdom.com/VillageSmithy/
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                          • #28
                            Wow. Looking at the before and after pictures, the difference is remarkable. Wishing you all the best for your spring break event. Expecting a full review.

                            Dave
                            Lords of Chaos, LLC
                            House of Chaos Haunted Attraction

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                            • #29
                              Thanks Dave! We're getting ready for round 2 this weekend!

                              Ironman, I'm definitely going to have to get in touch with you regarding the railings. I'm afraid shipping will kill us though! I'll be in touch later this year!

                              Kel
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                              Kelly Allen
                              Raycliff Manor Haunted Attraction
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                              • #30
                                Just let me know when you are ready Kel and we can take a look at different designs that would work for that great new facade of yours. We have been located in southern Indiana for 14 years now, and most people would be surprised at how much custom ironwork we ship all over the country. When my shop was in Florida we didnít ship nearly as much as we do now, but here my shop and home are on property that my family has owned for generations. Because of this we have a much lower overhead cost and in many cases can produce work and ship it for a lower price than it can be built in other parts of the country. For example, we recently built custom gates that went on the Munster Mansion in Waxahachie, Texas. There were at least four iron shops in that area that bid on the project, but because of our reputation of quality, ability to deliver on time, and that lower overhead, we were able to do the work for the client better than the local shops. A year ago, when fuel prices were through the roof, motor freight prices were outrageous. But now, in todayís economy, those same carriers are fiercely competing for loads which have brought prices back to reality.
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