Bishop's Dungeon - Halloween 2005

Year two of Bishop's Dungeon! This year there were many more things to gawk and gag at. It was a phenomenal success (as it was last year). This time around, my parents got to come over and see it, and my dad has volunteered to work with me next year to make it even better. We're talking pneumatic spooks and more electronic devices to do scary stuff.

This time around I took pictures in better lighting and with a better camera. I also home-brewed a few of the things on display. I have to give a lot of credit to for some of the ideas (Eyeballs in a Jar and Skin Mask) although the my skin mask is much, much different from his. The intestines were wholy my idea and I must say they turned out so much better than I had anticipated.

The guts were made using expanding insulation foam that you can buy from your local hardware parts store. Be careful with this stuff. It's stickier than superglue as I found out when I had to scissor off some armhair to get it off me.

Yes, this did take me a while to do, so long in fact that I didn't even have time to get on my costume. I'll start earlier next year! You can also see Bishop's Dungeon 2004

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