How to build your own haunted house in just a few days
The trick is to plan ahead.
“If you have a good idea, you can probably build it in a couple of days,” says Robert Pyle, owner of the haunted house company, Ghost Town.
“But it’s more complicated than that.”
He says the most challenging part is finding the right place.
“There’s nothing like being a guest in the house.”
Pyle has built the haunted home at his home in Florida for more than 20 years.
He’s built houses like this one, at least two at a time, and says the best part about them is that they stay haunted for decades.
“The house’s got a little little bit of a ‘Ghost Town’ feel,” he says.
“It’s really quiet, it’s got some pretty creepy elements.
It’s got to have a little bit more than that, because if you’re trying to scare the children, that’s not a good place.”
It all starts with a few basics.
You’ll need to make sure your home is safe.
The most basic thing to do is to secure it with a steel or concrete fence.
You can use a garage or other storage area.
If you can find a good way to hang a lantern or a fire, you might be able to scare your guests away from the house.
You also need to be prepared to deal with any potential problems.
“This is not a cheap house,” Pyle says.
You’re probably going to need a lot of time to put the house together.
And the more you do, the more time you’ll need before it can get out of the ground.
But if you can work it out, you should be able pull it off in no time.
Pyle also recommends you use an outdoor fireplace or wood burning stove to burn wood and heat the house up.
You should also plan ahead on what time you will be able see the house from.
“You might want to do this at night and not have the whole house lit up in a flash,” Pyles says.
Make sure you have someplace to hang your lanterns or light your fire, or you might have to set up a timer.
Pyls haunted house also includes a little room that has an electric light that can be used to scare off the spirits of the dead.
The ghost of the woman who died when she got stuck in the chimney will haunt the house and can be seen on a screen.
The woman also has a story to tell.
“I’ve had many stories about her, many people tell her stories about being in this house,” he explains.
“So she can tell her story in a way that I can understand her.
She’s going to say things like, ‘It was my father’s house, it was my grandfather’s house,’ and I can see her looking at me.”
You may also want to use a small wooden chair to stand outside your home so you can see the ghostly presence from a distance.
“Sometimes they don’t want to be seen, but they don�t want to live,” Pyl says.
And that is a good thing.
The best thing you can do is leave your home for a while and see what happens.
After you leave, Pyle and his family can move in and try their hand at building a haunted house.
“In about a week, we’re going to get a little more comfortable with it,” P.L.P. says.
He says he will keep a notebook in case there are any problems with the house, but he also says that it’s a good time to learn some new things.
“When we’re done, we�ll look at it and say, `This is a great house.'”