Sunday, July 31, 2011


Has officially launched their new web site.

The CHA (
Canadian Haunters Association) website was created to pass along information and ideas on all things related to Halloween for FREE.

What started out as a regional club of home haunters back in 2004, has grown over the years to a National Canadian Club with home haunters from coast to coast.

We dug up this website to allow everyone to see how creative and imaginative haunters really are. Most haunters are too busy working on their own haunts leading up to Halloween to get out and see other locations. This website will allow you to show off all your hard work while seeing others just like yourself.

Sunday, July 10, 2011


the other day when I came home from work and found this box sitting on my door step.

Back in December 2010 I submitted my home haunt video into the Annual Haunters Video Awards contest, I was just honored to be in it with so many other amazing home haunters from Canada and USA.

This was my first year submitting a video and I was so excited to find out I had one an award for "Best Video Production". WOW, what an honour.

I defiantly need to thank my good friend Jeff Chatten from Horrors Unlimited, he did an amazing job filming and editing my video.

A special thank you goes out to Chris & Jeff Davis from the Davis Grave Yard, thanks for keeping these awards alive and being such amazing home haunters youselfs.

Thanks to the The Blood Brothers for doing a great job announcing all the winners and all the judges who voted for me.

Finally a warm felt thank you to all my family and friends for helping me out with my haunt and video last Halloween.

Friday, July 1, 2011



My friends at the "Powerhouse of Terror" are scaring people up before Halloween for a good cause.

The Rotary Club of Etobicoke has spiced up their largest annual fundraiser, Toronto Ribfest, with some scare tactics.

This year's festival will feature 'Carn-evil,' an 800 square-foot haunted house full of evil clowns and freaky circus acts to raise money for charity. The new project is a collaboration between Charity Haunt - Powerhouse of Terror and the Participation, Acknowledgement, Commitment, Transformation Urban Peace Program (PACT).

PACT Haunted Theatre has been working with at-risk youth alongside Powerhouse of Terror mentors to build the new haunt, which will be premiered at Ribfest on Canada Day weekend.

Around 20 youth, referred by the correctional or school systems, have been attending weekend classes in construction, set design, acting, and effects.

The haunt's 'Carn-evil' theme fills two tractor trailers for a total of 800 square-feet of circus fear. The trailers will be moved to south Etobicoke this fall for the upcoming Powerhouse of Terror. The Ribfest haunt cost is $5, with all proceeds going to PACT.

Toronto Ribfest runs June 30 to July 3 from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. at Centennial Park in Etobicoke. Parking is free and a $2 donation is suggested for entry.

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