Tag: walkthru

Oct 06 2017

Haunted Attraction Tour Videos

I’ve decided to reboot my “Haunted Attraction Walkthroughs” article series. Why? Because it was an absolute mess. It featured videos of walking by yard haunts and riding through haunted hayrides despite the use of the word “walkthrough” in its name and I was constantly having to replace videos that got taken down. This led to …

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Oct 09 2016

Haunted Attraction Walkthroughs V

In spite of the problems of I noted in last year’s installment, I have decided to continue this particular series of articles. But I have decided to cut back to ten videos instead of fifteen since replacing videos is still a concern. This way I’ll still be able to keep this going while not having …

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Oct 06 2015

Haunted Attraction Walkthroughs IV

The years have not been kind to this particular series of postings. So many old installments had to have their coding fixed and numerous videos had to be replaced. It got to the point where several videos I had wanted to share with you this year had to be sacrificed in order to fill in …

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Oct 12 2014

Haunted Attraction Walkthroughs III

Another year, another collection of videos of people visiting haunted attractions. There’s quite the selection this year: professional haunted attractions, home haunts and yard haunts. Although many of the videos are from 2012-2013, I made sure to include some older material. There’s even one from 1995! But let’s cut down on the hype and get …

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Oct 03 2013

Haunted Attraction Walkthroughs II

Since the response was so positive last year, I’ve gathered up another selection of haunted attraction video tours, both home haunt and professional. I’m afraid there aren’t any hayride videos this time around, but instead there’s several haunted trail videos (and even one for a corn maze) in addition to all of the haunted house …

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Oct 01 2012

Haunted Attraction Walkthroughs

In the late 90’s, the only way to get a feel for what a haunted attraction was like was to either sort through photo galleries online or to read lengthy written descriptions with pictures. But as streaming video technology got better and the price of digital cameras went down as time went on, filmed tours …

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