Haunted Attractions, Clowns, and Urban Exploration
PR Newswire - Aurora, IL, October 18, 2016
The October issue of Crixeo will take you through the beating heart of the “Asylum of Fear” as we look at the creative process behind haunted attractions. Creative haunts director and visual storyteller, John LaFlamboy explains how some of the most popular haunted attractions are built. Additionally, as we are all asking —what’s with all of the clown’s? Dr. Doug McKinley takes readers on a journey into the psychology of coulrophobia. And we go for a pulse-pounding romp “Into the Forgotten: The Spooky World of Urban Exploration.” It’s all part of Haunted October!
This month on Crixeo:
- Asylum of Fear: The Creative Process Behind Haunted Attractions
- We Aren’t Clowning Around about Coulrophobia
- In Search of Ghosts Aboard the Haunted ‘Queen Mary’
- Into the Forgotten: The Spooky World of Urban Exploration
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Formed as an extension of Medallion Press — an indie book publisher of award winning authors; Crixeo is a digital cultural magazine focused on the arts and life. Crixeo is a place for creative minds to gather, discuss and share how our lives intersect with the arts.