I’m hiring a couple people to help me build props (like corpses and monsters) for the 2015 Terror Behind the Screen in Tri-Cities and Terror Behind the Ave in Yakima. I need people good at working with foam, faux painting, latex, basic carpentry and other crafty skills.
A portion of ticket sales from Terror Behind the Screen was pledged to the Tri-Cities Cancer Center in 2014. Today we were proud to present them with $5,000 to fund cancer screenings for people who can’t afford them!
Hours before you arrive for “Terror Behind the Screen” haunted attraction in Pasco a crew of scare actors are fastidiously applying makeup to look like a zombie, corpse or killer clowns. We decided to give you a glimpse at how that’s done: