Hear Scott's thoughts and observations about The Special Event Tradeshow 2019 in San Diego California.
Since Haunters never really stop haunting, this episode discusses what to keep an eye out for all year long so that when the season arrives, you will have everything you need to tell a terrifying story.
While making a transfer in the Huston airports, Scott shares some of his experience installing his most recent haunt project, "Dark" at Fort Edmonton Park in Edmonton Alberta Canada. He also discusses a couple of other great Haunts this season...be patient while listening.
Scott discusses the importance of treating other haunters and other attractions with respect, especially in the world of social media. He talks about finding the right forum to share suggestions and the importance of professionalism.
Scott chats about the 4 key demographics that haunted attractions target; Kids, Tweens, Teens Plus and Mature Guests. Having worked on haunted attractions from each of these categories, he is able to share insight into all of them.
Join a sleep deprived Scott as he shares random moments from Midsummer Scream and The Seasonal Entertainment Source Leadership Symposium 2018.
Scott recently attended this "non-haunt" convention to co-present a seminar on monetizing theatre's ghost stories. This episode includes a great interview with co-presenter, Jill Witecki, Marketing Director and official "Ghost Host" for Tampa Theatre. Learn the unexpected similarities between these 2 industries.
Hear Scott's take on the new Southeast Halloween Enthusiast Convention in Ocala FL. Scott also interviews great folks from Universal Studios and Legoland. PLUS a surprise visit with Alex Crow!
As requested on the "A Scott in the Dark" Facebook group, Scott chats about the role of a director for haunted attractions.
Scott shares quirky insights about how haunters can learn from local theatre companies and visa versa. (WARNING: This episode contains way too many plugs for upcoming shows and events)