Behind the Scenes look at Bloodbath on Biddle

Some of you may know that my cousin and I have a YouTube channel where we post sketch comedy videos under the name The Mud Puppets. We also do a variety show at our local public access station under the same banner. Later this week we’ll head into the studio to shoot an hour long Halloween episode and our primary guests will hail from the Wyandotte Jaycees — a youth oriented community group that has produced a haunted attraction for 37 years.

After getting in contact with project lead Jon Dehring a week ago, I stopped by last Wednesday for a behind the scenes tour. The Jaycees is a volunteer based organization and was instrumental in popularizing haunted houses throughout the United States. I was impressed by the scope of the attraction as well as the creativity required to envision various scenes and effects.

When we returned just yesterday we found a willing and eager cast ready to provide us with interviews, personal stories, and demonstrations. The group even obliged when we asked if we could shoot a haunt inspired comedy bit for our show. It was a very positive atmosphere and we’re happy to have them as our guests this weekend, and we’re very excited to share all of our horror related content with the readers of Horrorlust. Our Halloween episode will be available for viewing on YouTube October 12th.

Bloodbath on Biddle is located at 3131 Biddle Ave. Wyandotte, MI. 48192 (that’s old City Hall for you locals). The haunt will run October 11-13, 17-20, and 24-31. Bloodbath on Biddle is open 7pm-10pm Thursdays and Sundays, 7pm-Midnight on Fridays and Saturdays. Admission is $15. For more information visit wyandottejaycees.org or call (734) 288-7024. A wonderfully grisly ad can be found for Bloodbath on Biddle on page 25 of the Fear Finder.

Ryan and I pose with the deranged lot from Bloodbath on Biddle

Ryan and I pose with the deranged lot from Bloodbath on Biddle.

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2 Responses to “Behind the Scenes look at Bloodbath on Biddle”

  1. I really like what you guys tend to be up too. This type of clever work and exposure!
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