Robbiween in photos

We recently checked out Robbiween and told you what it’s all about here, but now it’s time to show you all the photos we were able to take of the cool stuff up for auction!

The Silent Auction

The participants of the Robbiween panels from Busch Gardens, Sea World, and Universal Studios donated many of their own personal possessions for the silent auction to help the cause of raising money. There was a plethora of really awesome, even rare and autographed memorabilia from HHN past and the like. Noteable items included coffee with some of the theme park higher ups, and James Keaton autographed prints.

Yes, that is a fortune teller in the background, and he was available for readings.



From left to right; Paper model of The Haunted Mansion (Disney Attraction), limited edition Jack the Clown and The Caretaker LEGO minifigures, a female bust with crown of thorns, and a Howl-O-Scream icon model.


The actual mask used by Glenn Strange!


The item on the left is a prop used in Jaws


Many of you may recognize these, also for sale at the Prop Shop on Universal property





Paper model of the facade of the HHN house “Gothic”

The Panels

The three different discussion panels that took place were Halloween Horror Nights, rides and attractions at Sea World and Busch Gardens, and finally Howl-O-Scream. Each panel had a host that would break the ice and begin discussion, and then open the floor for questions. We learned a lot about the ins and outs of their respective positions, how they go about achieving certain goals, and heard some pretty humourous anecdotes. You can check out the first two minutes of the HHN panel on our Facebook page here.




We would definitely recommend anyone who is a huge fan of haunted attractions or even just haunts in general to attend Robbiween to really get the insights they were always looking for, or purchase an exclusive collectors item.