NEWS: New "Haunter's Tale" book sheds light on horror

J. Michael Roddy compiles insights into the horror industry
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NEWS: New "Haunter's Tale" book sheds light on horror

Postby jedimaster1227 » Sat Feb 02, 2019 11:34 am

Get ready for a great read from a horrific source! :Pr

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Many of you have experienced his work... J. Michael Roddy, a creative mind behind years of Halloween Horror Nights scares (and the original face of Jack the Clown) has assembled a new book that allows readers to peek behind the curtain of the horror industry with interviews from artists, designers and storytellers. The book even features a foreword by horror legend Tom Savini!

Fans of horror will be intrigued by the accounts found within, with over 30 contributors that have shared their experiences for readers to enjoy!

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Pretty much anyone who is a fan of the haunt industry, and especially events like Halloween Horror Nights need to check out this collection of stories. It gives a great insight as to the behind the scenes as well as the crazy deranged minds of the talented people who create those events that thrive on making us scream!

The book is now available for purchase on Amazon so be sure to check it out!
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Re: NEWS: New "Haunter's Tale" book sheds light on horror

Postby bert425 » Sat Feb 02, 2019 12:03 pm

this sounds like a fun read.

I have several friends living in Tampa who always do HHH as well as the local haunts, so I've heard lots of stories.
but I really enjoy "behind the scenes" books, so added this to my list to pic up.

thanks for the heads up.
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