Come one! Come all to the world’s first educational nonprofit Horror Museum teaching the history and legacy of horror films, TV, art, makeup and literature!

But only if you make it happen!

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With 26 days left to go and a $21,600 goal the rewards for this kick starters and beyond awesome, with all rewards donated by the founding board members, including Clive Barker, Sean S. Cunningham, Joe Dante, Mick Garris & Tom Holland, this really is a sweet treat!

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With their goal being “to raise the initial funds to develop The Hollywood Horror Museum, to obtain a 501(c)(3) nonprofit educational status in California and present our first Walk Through Exhibit at Stan Lee’s Comikaze in Los Angeles Oct 30-Nov 1. By mid 2016, we plan to take our Hollywood Horror Museum on a worldwide tour, until we have the money to create a permanent location in North Hollywood California in 2018.” , this kick starter is for everyone!

The props included in our 2016-2018 traveling exhibit will depend on the space we are given from 8,000-20,000 square feet, but our permanent museum in tentatively 2018 will be enormous. We will constantly be looking for new items to add to our displays from private collections as well as productions studios and SPFX companies. Permanent exhibits will include props and displays from: CLASSIC MONSTERS, CREATURES, ZOMBIES, GHOSTS, VAMPIRES, MUMMIES, WEREWOLVES, ITALIAN HORROR. PSYCHOLOGICAL HORROR, ALFRED HITCHCOCK, STEPHEN KING, The Art of Special Effects, and the Gallery of Nightmares, which will include the most horrifying creatures of all time.” … “The Hollywood Horror Museum is meant to appeal to all ages, from those with a casual, to extreme interest in horror, to film historians and “gore hounds.” Mature display rooms with excess blood, gore and sexuality will have warning signs at the doors. Makeup classes will be taught daily, with artists from the top Hollywood make up schools and shops, showing guests the process of creating special effects: from drawing, sculpting, molding, painting, applying and more.”

For more information follow the hollywood horror museum on facebook and at www.hollywoodhorror.org

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