Episodes Tagged with “zombies”
We found 3 episodes of ScareHouse Podcast with the tag “zombies”.
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Episode 124: Kip Polley Pale Night Productions Returns
September 27th, 2017
34 mins 28 secs
dudders, escape rooms, halloween, haunt, haunted house, katie dudas, katie dudders, kip polley, pale night productions, pittsburgh, podcast, props, ravens curse, scare house, scarehouse, scarehouse scott, scott simmons, the scarehouse, zombies
A few weeks before opening night, Creative Director Scott Simmons and Katie “Dudders” traveled to Beechview to Sorgatron Media Studios to record a long distance podcast with Kip Polley from Pale Night Productions. Kip was visiting the Southern Illinois Fair with one of his zombie puppets. They chatted with Kip about kids love of zombies, designing haunted attractions for guests of all ages, and being one of the leading innovators in the haunted attraction industry
Episode 120: ScareHouse Actor 001 - Tracy Campbell
July 14th, 2017
45 mins 14 secs
acting, cats, chiller theater, dudders, haunt, haunt acting, haunted house, katie dudas, katie dudders, new kids on the block, pittsburgh, podcast, scare house, scarehouse, scarehouse scott, scott simmons, the scarehouse, wpxi, zombies
Creative Director Scott Simmons and Katie “Dudders” chat with veteran actress Tracy Campbell. They discuss Scott and Tracy’s shared television news history, what it’s like to have your face all over ScareHouse marketing, and how props, hair, and music create great ScareHouse videos.
Episode 115: Zombie Army, Naked and Scared, and Pushing Haunted House Boundaries
May 29th, 2017
1 hr 43 mins
dudders, haunt, haunted house, haunted house safety, haunters, katie dudas, katie dudders, naked and scared, pittsburgh, podcast, rites of passage, scare house, scarehouse, scarehouse scott, scott simmons, shocktoberfest, the scarehouse, zombie army, zombies
Scott Simmons and Kate "Dudders" Dudas join fellow haunters, hustlers, and provocateurs John Laflamboy (Zombie Army Productions) and Pat Konopelski (Shocktoberfest) for an extended conversation about modern haunted attractions.