How To Operate A Financially Successful Haunted House - Book
First published in 1980 by Morris Costumes, Inc. Writen by Philip Morris and Dennis Phillips. Softcover, comb-bound, 8.5x11", 101 page
PLEASE NOTE: This book is best for historical purposes or if you are setting up a small haunted house. The haunted house/venue industry has grown leaps and bounds since this was first published.
Pedro's bit of trivia: If you are not sure who Phillip Morris is, he is the man who made the Ape costume which was modified and later broadcast all over the world as footage of "Bigfoot" shot in Bluff Creek, Northern California (Patterson/Gimlin).
The book that tells you everything! Over 100 pages!
All the facts on:
*Free Advertising Safety
*Make Up and How to Save & Make Money!
Plus art work for window cards, bumper stickers, handbills, etc. A must for every haunted house!The best investment you can make!
You will use it again and again! Over 1.000 ideas, order your book now!
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