party links
Where's the party?
Gear Up For Your Party!!
Haunted House Supplies for all your shopping needs
Special FX makeup latex is fun!
MASKS! if the makeup doesn't go well...
more supplies with online ordering
Script for the Rocky Horror Picture Show. Oh Rocky!!
Allen's Halloween Page Awesome links and Haunted house ideas
phantasmechanics more animitronic haunted house ideas
Laurence Lund step by step ideas using stuff u can buy at radio shack
terror syndicate another haunted house site
Chris's Crypt some original ideas
the horror dome this one has some costume ideas too
halloweenx Cheep ideas!! Good ones too
Kims inexpensive HW ideas Super Cheap and cool ideas as well...
Jeffery's HW Hell I liked the "guy under a lawnmower" idea
bizarre stuff you can make in your kitchen the source of the recipe links on this page
Halloween! The Houdini Halloween Holiday Halloween magic, and the eerie Houdini- Halloween; a site kind enought to link to Sancho as well!
check out this party music from my favorite local band... Really!! It's good!!
Stage Blood yum!
Slime made from household goods --I Especially liked the "metamucil flubber"
Shrunken Heads no not REAL heads, tho that WOULD put a practical use for my ex husband's melon...
A Trip to WalMart and Your Imagination

...are all you need to make a good halloween display. Here are some products that provide an inexpensive alternative to premade decorations.
1) styrofoam: make tombstones, stuff clothing to make corpses. use a better name spray paint (the cheap stuff melts it a little-unless you want that effect)to color it, add shadows etc.
2) spray insulation: at $3-$4 a can this provides a very versitile sculpting medium that becomes foamlike in texture when it dries. USE CAUTION: THIS PRODUCT IS CAUSTIC TO THE SKIN Use over cardboard, styrofoam etc to add dimension to skeletons, monsters. paintable.
3) Caulk: applied to dimestore skulls, adds dimension and realism. Gob on for a "rotting flesh" appearance. paintable.
4) cheap dime store decorations: fix these up to be more impressive--put several plastic "eyes" in a mason jar filled with water ("formaldehyde") -the same for rubber insects, mice
5) spraypaint: use grey or black to add depth and shadows to foam sculpted skeletons and tombstones. use beige to add a more realistic color to plastic white props
6) thrift store clothing: cheap to stuff, mangle and splash with fake blood.
***COMING SOON: step by step illustrated make your own rotting corpse display