I live in a fairly rural part of Canada where things like a Hallowe'en haunted house, or a fun house attraction, are not common -- at least, not in my experience. Hallowe'en in my real life tends to be a bunch of little kids wandering around asking for candy while
here, which is how we got to know each other), especially a gorgeous chapel for memorials and weddings. Somehow, looking at his work, I had rather associated his builds in my head with a kind of restrained elegance -- the kind of build that doesn't waste
Well, I have to say, he has a sense of crazy fun that I didn't understand until last night. There were three installations that we went through; Frankenstein's laboratory, the Haunted Mansion, and
If you get really really frustrated in the fun house, here's a trick that Alex passed
Even the grounds around the installations are worth exploring, with nice little interactive touches here and there. I took so many pictures that I had to split my visit into two posts (the first one I mounted last night, showing people's costumes at the dance party).