Midwest Haunters Convention 2011 Was a Blast!

by on Jun.08, 2011, under Syndicated from the Web

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by: RFR Casket Crew Unknown Scare Actor

Rotting Flesh Radio Casket Crew at MHC 2011

RFR Casket Crew at MHC 2011 – photo by: Jimmy Talkington

Greetings Deadites,

Well, sadly the weekend is over. All good things must come to an end.  Midwest Haunters Convention was everything I hoped it would be.  I wish I had made it for the pre-haunt tour, but we’ll have next year. rolled in Saturday morning and the fun started.  The tradeshow floor isn’t as big as Transworld, but the interactivity with vendors plus the cash and carry options were great! 

I had to stop by Von Charon Productions to visit my friends Anita and Tom, Stopped next door to visit Tom Devlin of 1313Fx ( LISTEN TO TOM ON RFR AT HAuNTcon 2011) and I picked up 3 new masks for the collection.

I made my way around the floor, meeting with RFR Casket Crew members Jackie, Jerry Vayne, Katie Lane, Storm and Badger.  Made new friends in Matt, from Skeletons and More, Ashley Whetsel and Marne Boyd at Dreamscape Studios, Charles Terry at Haunt Apps.

Skeletons and More

Skeletons and More.com

  Then it was off the be the guinea pig, I mean assistant, for Badger during his Boo Camp Seminar.

We had a pretty full house and I found Badger entertaining and instructive, so for you haunt owners out there that need actor training, book him now, slots are filling up fast.

As the show floor wrapped up that evening it was off for some dinner before the Masquerade Ball.  Went with several other people to a brew pub down the street from the hotel.  The food was awesome, but the service sucked, and we were there way too long, and I still had makeup to get done.  finally got the party around 9:30 and everything was hopping.  The level of the costuming was a sight to behold with many very creative designs, that only passionate haunters could come up with.

Midwest Haunters Convention

Midwest Haunters Convention – Columbus, OH

We cheered for Jackie during the Miss Scary Midwest, and even though she didn’t win she’s still tops in our book.  the party went late and shifted over to the Zombie Army bus.

Sunday found us wandering around bleery eyed, with coffee in hand, watching other people staggering in with bloodshot eyes.  Had a meeting  with Badger, Allen Hopps, and Michele Arroyo around 11:30, details later…after some casket crew photos, is was time to head back to the scare-actor lair.  For my first MHC, I was not dissapointed at all, I met some great people and had a great time. I can’t wait til next year Deadites!

So Sit Back, Relax and Rot Away….and Remember one thing Deadites,

Everyone……………..is afraid of something.

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