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We are sad to annouce

For the first time in 27 years, we are sad to announce that we will not be displaying the Davis Graveyard at our home location.  We have given this a lot of thought, talked with our city and police department, and have come to the conclusion that the number of people we attract to the display constitutes a large crowd and would not be in the best interest of our community during this pandemic. 

We have spent many years working with our neighbors, our community, the city, and our police force here in town building good relationships. We don’t want to jeopardize that goodwill.

It is just the right choice.

That said, we learned from Clackamas County Fairgrounds in Canby that they would be doing a drive-through haunt this year and would be interested in having our help decorating. So, it appears that the Graveyard is moving to Candy for the month of October. 

We will still have some decorations in the yard, but no effects, fog, or dancers–reminiscent of the DG circa 1996.

We will have more details on how the haunt will run in Canby and we will share that with you soon.

Thanks to everyone for your support.  Happy Halloween.

Stay safe.

Virtual Halloween Conveniton

Join us this weekend online for a Virtual West Coast Haunters Convention online event.

There will be classes all weekend and even a virtual costume ball on Saturday night. Click here for details.

Davis Graveyard returns to HAuNTcon

This will be our 14th year attending and teaching at this great show.

We will be teaching a tombstone and a sculpting a demon skull hands-on workshop

A presentation Making a Singing Bust Using a Smartphone, 3D Printer, and a LED Projector.

And throughout the show, we will again be doing a charity build for Magic Wheelchair. This year it is a full-size mausoleum in the building style we used to construct the chapel.