That's a pretty wide open question. Can you narrow it down at all, but telling us about what your goals are? Are there any themes that you've never done before, that would help balance out the overall experience?
Well, I would like to add some variety to the trail, things that I didn't do last year. Something that came to mind was an Excorcism scene. I'm looking for 4 or 5 scene ideas for the trail. I'm planning to carve pumpkins and align the trail with a glowing array of ZP!
I would also like to use some of the props I used last year but for a different purpose. Some of the props I would like to use is my decapitated head, crosses, maybe a few puppets, my shaking spirit, skeletons, a jar of eyeballs, and I'm comemplating on whether or not to use my tombstones, I'm not sure what I would use them for though. Other than the listed props I plan to buy more for the new trail scenes for this year.
If you could bring out a bed or even a better more simple idea strap a scareactor to a chair and have another person dressed as the person performing the excrocism. If you did the bed thing you could create a "room in a sense and put crosses up all around the bed. It may also help us help you if there were some pics of your last years haunt.
After I looked at your pics from last years party I began to think about things you could do. If you still want to do an exorcism scene you could use my previous idea (the one about the chair and the guy), but have them encircled with those crosses you used in the cemetery.
An idea just hit me! I was thinking I could make a pumpkin patch with ZP! carved pumpkins in it of course. And I could have one of my scare actors be a scarecrow in the patch, and once the group walks by he or she can scare the living daylights out of our guests.. What do you think?
Well of course I like this idea, ghostface. When I dressed as a scarecrow for Halloween, I would stand still and people didn't know if I was real or not. Of course, they rightly had their suspicions. But you never really know with a scarecrow. Surrounded by a patch of his pumpkin minions... this idea is ripe for execution!