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Haunted table

Tiny little haunted house

Okay, technically this is a haunt on a table.  Although, in order for a place to be haunted, its haunted-ness must come from somewhere.  A haunted tree isn’t bestowed the quality of “haunted” simply by living in a haunted wood, or forbidden forest.  That doesn’t happen until some ghost (or meandering kelpie) decides to take up housekeeping.

Now, the argument can be made that any tree in a haunted wood is itself haunted, to which my reply is:  While all Juggalos live in trailer parks, not all trailer parks are inhabited only by Juggalos.

So I suppose, by virtue of its resident haunt, an “action set” I made for Mrs. Spookyblue, which is in turn haunted by a pair of tiny ghosts, a Sheepdog, and a little Golden Retriever, the table is actually haunted.

The Halloween Storm of Aught-thirteen

Storm of aught-thirteen

New sky light

Poor, soggy crank ghost

On October 31 of last year, it slammed into Snug Harbor like a pissed off freight train. Maybe if the storm had swept through there wouldn’t have been as much to clean up. But it hung out for a while, drank too much, and generally made an ass of itself.

Shadow Wood’s one and only hotel was a particularly pitiful mess on the morning of November first, which fired up public opinion and fueled the political will to resurrect this historic … structure. The refurbishment project began in August, closing two north-bound lanes of a nearby interstate for no apparent reason, and was successfully completed weeks later.

Mausoleum refurb 1

Mausoleum refurb 2

Mausoleum refurb 3

Mausoleum refurb 4

Mausoleum refurb 5

Mausoleum refurb 6

Updates include a fully-collapsible roof, removable corner dressings, and well-placed interior carriage bolts to lash to the 4′ rebar anchor posts that keep this thing from wandering off again.Ready for new residentsNo longer poor, soggy crank ghost

Photo bomb

Photo bomb

Choose your path

Choose your path