Set Up A Haunted Maze In Your Own Backyard

October 3, 2014 12:00 PM
Set Up A Haunted Maze In Your Own Backyard

" Bats and witches and ghouls, oh my! It’s the most spooktacular time of the year, and your own backyard is the perfect setting for a creepy haunted maze that will give your friends a delightful fright. With a little bit of work and creativity, you can create a spine-tingling maze that will bring out the gasps, squeals and screams in all your guests.

Create the Path

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Before you start constructing walls, map out your backyard on a sheet of graph paper and plot out how the maze path is going to travel. Take advantage of the maze design and plan to hide surprising elements around the bends.

Next, gather your materials. The maze walls should be higher than the head of the people walking through it. For children, you could use cardboard boxes or bales of hay. Dark tarps and sheets may work better in a maze designed for adults. Hang these between trees or over clotheslines strung between poles. Also, PVC pipes can be connected to make frames for the fabric dividers.

Once you have your plan and your supplies, it’s time to put up the walls "

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