Haunted Attraction Photography by Christopher Hall
Hacker House  (2007-11-01)
And welcome to Hacker House.  Yes, I felt welcome indeed.  I had heard of the attraction even before I began shooting haunted attractions.  A pair of tickets were auctioned for charity at Stellarcon.  In 2005, I considered approaching the attraction the next year, but when that year came, it was just busy.  However, this year, I met the proprietor while shooting Spookywoods, which established the needed channel of communication.  This is the core mission of my Haunted Pictures project: vastly improve a haunted attraction's photo gallery regardless of payment.
I visited this attraction during a Sunday night before this shoot and provided the proprietor the pictures (as of this writing, those pictures have not been posted).  This, though, was my more formal shooting night, being that the attraction was in full swing and I had much more time.  That being so, I tried to get a good mix of scenes and scares as well as include some variety with my scene lighting.  A successful night indeed.  And, due to working a basketball game the next night and attending an event in Goldsboro the night after, this was my last shooting night of the 2007 season.  I have added Hacker House to my 2008 list of attractions I will photograph.  See you next year--perhaps with a new domain name, specifically for this!
This album is part of Christopher Hall's Haunted Pictures collection.
Pictures:  62.     Some edited & all watermarked.
  Lightbox Slides ("P"revious, "N"ext, and e"X"it.)

These pictures are copyright me, and are authorized for publishing only to the Hacker House web site (and other private MySpace-type sites). Please do not publish, distribute, print, sell, direct link, repost, copy, or otherwise reuse my pictures without my explicit permission.