I've been a fellow member of TPR for quite some years but most of you guys will not know me, as I do not post that much here -- my "home forum" is onride.de. On my last trip to Orlando a finally did manage to attend the "Halloween Horror Nights". I took some photos and hope you'll like them.
No head... not bad!
This guy has been lurking in the trees
Looks kind of friendly while the sun is shining, but...
... rather wicked when night falls...
Pumpkin à la surprise. Bon appetit!
Who ever placed the lights did a really good job!
It makes Mr. pumpkin even more scary!
Did anyone write "pumpkin"?
"The Absence Of R and V"
Punk is (not) dead.
Sign? Check! Lights? Check! Fog? Check!
Welcome to your own personal fairy tale nightmare.
Wait, I just found another pumpkin-shot.
She was my personal favorite, as she managed to be creepy without hysterically laughing or yelling "Boo!".
Did anyone see fluffy, fluffy bunny filled with medicine and goo?
This proves you can look sexy even with a Dr. Emmett Brown haircut!
Just another sign.
I admit, I never tried to walk on stilts. But even if I could, I would NEVER try to walk through a crowd, like this guy did.
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