Instructor: David Dienhart “Daboo”
Hands-on Workshop Location: Workshop 1 on the Convention Floor

Mesquite Convention Center
1700 Rodeo Dr, Mesquite, TX 75149

Saturday 8/26
Part 1 -2:30- 4pm
Part 2 – 4:15 – 5:45pm

It's build time.  Lots of pneumatic and electric DIY haunt and halloween props - plus bonus fart noises.  Pneumatic drop panel, electric zombie groundbreaker, corpse tomb slider and coffin pop-ups.  Haunt maze walkthrough.  I don't own the right to the songs...just a fan sharing music for non-commercial purposes. No rights reserved.  All wrongs reversed.  If bleeding persists, consult a physician.  Ask your doctor if Anusprod is right for you.

You may have noticed that we're posting a lot more nowadays. That's because we are really excited about the things that we're working on and want to share our creative process and hopefully inspire others to create and share. We've had some great chats with our fellow Halloween and Haunt enthusiasts which has helped give us a second wind and the motivation to keep on pushing forward.

This is a step-by-step tutorial on how to build a simple DIY pneumatic zombie containment/breakout cage. This is a simple yet dramatic DIY halloween prop. Perfect for your home haunt.

SEE a pneumatic zombie rise from the grave; SEE a hideous caretaker attack from behind closet doors; SEE terrifying Victorian portraits; SEE two Picoboo controllers linked to one PIR sensor trigger.

Highlights from the 2017 MHC convention and Haunted Hoochie tour. Featuring Closed Casket Studios, Spider Hill Prop Works, Haunt Dawgs, the Froggy's Fog swamp room, the Costume Ball and other tomfoolery. Haunt convention walk-through highlights.