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Saturday, September 13, 2014

Days of the Living Dead Season 5, Episode 1: Haunted Housewares - TransWorld

"This is going to be the hardest thing we've ever done..." The Zombie Army heads to the TransWorld Halloween & Attractions Show in St. Louis to purchase the animatronics, props, costumes, makeup and other ghoulish goodies that make for a truly terrifying haunted house. Will Kyle snap? Will Mike Gimlech ever understand John's Vision? Will John ever get to have a pet dragon? Watch to find out! SUBSCRIBE.

This episode features TransWorld's Halloween & Attractions Show in St. Louis and haunt vendors Scared City (anybody got a link for those guys?), CFX, Specter Studios (sadly, closed since filming), Gore Galore, Poison Props, Dead House Designs and ScareFactory.

Days of the Living Dead, a reality web series that brings you backstage at Chicago's #1 Haunted House, Statesville Haunted Prison®. From Yokai Films and featuring Zombie Army Productions.


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