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Slaughtered, Terrified, and Muddy

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 12, 2013 by bluefall8

It was a long and enjoyable night of haunting for John, Cikalo, and I. We’d like to offer our thanks to Ken and his crew at Slaughter House for being such gracious hosts — it was there that we completed the haunted hat trick with trips through Slaughter House Barn, Haunted Maze, and Bloodbath and Beyond Hayride!

We marveled at the cornstalks which we estimated to be somewhere between twelve and thirteen feet tall; easily the biggest we’ve ever witnessed. We’ve saw some big ones before too, in 2010 The Haunted Farm in Pleasantville, Ohio sported stalks of corn so large we swore that they’d been gorged on the blood of innocents. Indeed, even that beastly crop was topped by the maize afforded at Slaughter House. We even watched as one middle-aged woman shambled drunkenly into the dense corn to urinate, and when she reemerged the cornstalks shifted and swayed violently as if a Sasquatch or a pack of wolves was about to emerge; a comical feast for the eyes!

When we had disembarked from the Bloodbath and Beyond Hayride we cut a swift path to the car, the hour had grown late and we still had a date with the Terrorfied Forest and Manor in Pinckney. In our haste I failed to notice a large trailer hitch that jutted out from the rear of a pickup truck — my shin took the full force of the impact and I hit the ground like a ton of bricks. My cohorts could only laugh at my plight as I rolled about on the ground and spat curses, but there was another haunt to get to so I bucked up and hobbled my way to the vehicle despite the fact that Cikalo believed my leg to be broken (it wasn’t).

Terrorfied Forest and Manor turned out to be an interesting and fun haunted attraction despite its’ various shortcomings. The Manor itself was all to brief for my liking but the Terrorfied Forest proved to be longer than expected and offered a few surprises as well. As with every attraction we visit I’ll have full reviews posted in the days and weeks to come.

In other news, Horror Month continued to roar on this weekend at Mud Puppet Studios. We now have a trailer posted that chronicles everything viewers can expect from the Mud Puppets during the season of screams. Furthermore, just today we uploaded the latest cable access episode to our YouTube channel, the aptly titled Murder Mystery featured interviews with the Wyandotte Jaycees and Reverend Thaddeus Doogoody. We also showcased two sketches, a clip from 2012’s Our Muddy Nightmare, and a video from our jaunt through Bloodbath on Biddle!

The Mud Puppets Present Horror Month

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 5, 2013 by bluefall8
The wait is over, Horror Month is here! A couple of weeks ago my cousin Ryan and I announced via our YouTube Channel that all of the videos we released this month would be horror or Halloween related. We began shooting our Halloween Special in mid-September and as of now it is slated to be released in just two weeks. However, today fans can enjoy our first entry in Horror Month, Demon Seed!

We’re also heading into the cable access studio today to shoot a Halloween themed episode; Ryan and I will discuss horror movies, haunted houses, and share memories of Halloween past. The episode will also feature a murder mystery, creepy decor, and at least one off color remark about Elvira’s boobs! Our guests will include representatives from the Wyandotte Jaycees, the group responsible for Wyandotte’s 2013 haunted attraction Bloodbath on Biddle. There will even be video of Ryan and I during a recent trip to the haunted house when things went…well, not according to plan.

We’ll also welcome Reverend Thaddeus Doogoody formerly of St. Pascal’s School for Wayward Rascals. Reverend Doogoody appeared in Our Muddy Nightmare, the 2012 Halloween Special by us Mud Puppets. Reverend Doogoody will discuss Halloween traditions, his plans to picket Michigan haunted attractions, and likely damn us to hell!

It’s all a part of Horror Month and we’d be honored if you joined in the fun. It would be a great deal to me if the readers of Horrorlust became fans of the Mud Puppets as well; so let any horror and haunt fiends that you happen to know that Horror Month is here and we’re hungry for eyeballs!

This horrifying clown is down with Horror Month. Are you?

This horrifying clown is down with Horror Month. Are you?