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Friday Fun: Tin Foil Hat Invasion Video

What's in the skies?
What’s in them there skies?

Yesterday I wrote about Week in Weird’s Tin Foil Hat Challenge. What a hoot! I had a lot of fun fashioning a tin foil hat for both myself and Skellie.

Oh who am I kidding? The challenge gave me a great excuse to goof off. Some people play with dolls. I have a skeleton. Any chance I get to dress it up or pose with it? On it!

But there’s something else I like to play with: my phone.

Specifically a great new-to-me app I found called FXGuru. This app is just too cool.

Here are a few of the categories you can choose from:

  • Horror
  • Holiday
  • Weapons
  • Ultimate Fan
  • People
  • Sci-Fi
  • Animals
  • Disasters
  • Vehicles

Each category has from six to 30+ scenes.

Of course the Horror is probably my favorite. Ghosts, zombies, werewolves…even a Bigfoot scene! What’s not to love?

I’ve been having big fun experimenting with some of the different effects in different settings. (I submit into evidence Exhibit A: The Haunted Cooler and Exhibit B: Pool Demon.)

The Tin Foil Hat Challenge inspired me to use one of the Sci-Fi UFO scenes to create a mini video.

I picked a couple of Skellie and I’s tin foil hat shots, used another new-to-me app I’m digging, Videorama, selected the FXGuru UFO Arrival scene and in about 10 minutes I had pieced together the Tin Foil Hat Invasion.

[bctt tweet=”Proof positive tin foil helmets DO increase the signal…” username=”HauntJaunts”]

On the Tin Foil Hat Challenge post, Greg Newkirk included a disclaimer: “Just a fair warning – tin foil helmets actually increase the signal…”

No joke. Here’s proof positive:

 

 

Courtney Mroch

Courtney Mroch, otherwise known as HJ’s Ambassador of Dark and Paranormal Tourism, is an author, traveler, and ghost enthusiast. When she’s not writing, jaunting, or planning her next trip, it’s a safe bet you’ll find her in one of three places: on a tennis court somewhere, on a yoga mat somewhere, or watching a horror movie somewhere. She currently resides in Nashville, Tennessee.

http://www.courtneymroch.com

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