Thursday, November 11, 2010

Deadwood Cemetery Haunt Video 2010

Here is the video for the 2010 yard haunt. I should invest in a better camera next year, but I think you can get the idea. The music is a self composed piece written and performed by my brothers and I, (alias The Creeping Dead). The Deadwood Jack scarecrow legend started about five years ago from a story written by my brother, which in turn inspired the song. I think it fit nicely with the compilation. Hopefully I will some day be able to post the story here, along with a load of other Halloween short stories we wrote over the years.
Hope you enjoy it,
OB


video

7 comments:

  1. Very nice! The yard haunt . . . and the tune.
    Post that legend some time, won't you?

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  2. Great Haunt and props! Made all the better by your own music! I really dig that Deadwood Jack tune, great work!

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  3. Thanks. I know it's not the "scariest music" but I thought it would be fun to do something different. It's all about having fun..

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  4. Oh, I though the tune really worked for the slideshow. Sure, it wasn't "scary" per se, but it had an old ballad feel that fit in with the whole concept of this being an a local legend or ghost story. Definitely shre that legend with us sometime, please!

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  5. Thanks Gill-man. Appreciate the comments. I'm working on some things with my brother right now to see if he minds me posting the entire story. maybe I will condense it for a blog post, or just make it a download.
    Not sure yet. At some point I would like to post all of the stories on here.

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  6. Great job! The Deadwood Jack song seemed to fit the video well. I'd like to hear that legend sometime too.

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  7. Trying to figure out how to post the Deadwood Jack story. It is only about four pages long, but thats a long post. Maybe I can just link to it. I Have a few other short stories to post, even another scarecrow story, so once I get this figured out, I will post it.

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