"Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana's Largest Haunt Website"
City Blood was created in the warm Summer of 2003. At the time it was a relatively small website that was simply known as Cincinnati Haunted House Reviews. The main focus was to give visitors information on Cincinnati haunts along with detailed reviews. From the start City Blood caught people's attention, but in 2003 people still had a negative image of the haunt industry in general. For years haunted houses have been looked at as evil and wherever there is a haunted house, crime is sure to follow. But over the years people's perception of haunted houses have changed and so has the industry as a whole. Today the haunt industry is a multi billion dollar business with multiple conventions/tradeshows, several associations, industry trade magazines, tv programs highlighting frightful attractions and media coverage around the globe.
No one could have ever imagined how far the industry would have grown since 2003 and it's amazing how City Blood has grown right along side it. Today we are known as City Blood and the small website that was created 10 years ago is now a massive haunt portal featuring reviews, interviews, articles, info, pics and much more focusing on haunts in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana. In 2011 City Blood would introduce the first podcast that focused on Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana haunts. It's called City Blood Radio and has been a hit ever since. The sky is the limit for the haunt industry and City Blood.
About Noah Wullkotte
Noah Wullkotte is the creator, webmaster and writer of City Blood. He has written articles for Hauntworld Magazine, Fright Times Magazine, Middletown Journal, Velocity Weekly and helped write part of Haunted Attraction Magazine's 2009 25 Must See Haunts article. His over 10 page article in Hauntworld Magazine is one of the largest artlcles Hauntworld has ever seen. It featured haunts in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana. He's also been featured in Fright Times Magazine 3 consecutive times with his three part article "Frightful Fundamentals" and his site City Blood has been featured in a few haunt commercials. Noah's been interviewed by Middletown Journal, Velocity Weekly and other media as well. Noah has volunteered at the Midwest Haunters Convention in Columbus, OH and has even helped out with paranormal events such as Ryan's Tavern Ghost Tours in Hamilton, OH. His mother is even a tour guide at a local Ohio historical landmark that has been investigated by paranormal researchers and has been found to be haunted. Noah lives in a haunted world to say the least.
In 2008 Noah created the first and only haunt review association appropriately called the Haunt Reviewers Association (HRA) which promotes the highest quality haunt review sites and ones you're sure you can trust. Whenever you see an HRA button on someone's haunt reviews website, you can be certain that they are trustworthy. The Haunt Reviewers Association also lends a helping hand to those wanting to start their own review website.
For a few years Noah was an instrumental part in the success of The Beach Waterpark as he interacted with patrons while he played their mascot Shivers The Penguin and Miles The Moose. He could be seen helping promote events such as Holiday Fest, Dinner With Santa, Mason's annual parade, the Carson Palmer Corn Hole Classic, the downtown Soap Box Derby Race, The Flying Pig Marathon, The Mascot Races, The High School Classic, various festivals and other events.
But Halloween isn't Noah's only obsession. Every year he sets up an award winning Christmas display in his front yard. It features animated figures, fiber optic characters, LED lighting, blowmolds, a 20 foot snowman, synchronized lighting, massive inflatables and much more. Noah lives and breathes the holidays and loves to share his passion with all the visitors of City Blood.
When Noah isn't working on City Blood he can be seen exploring graveyards while looking for anything and everything that goes bump in the night, writing short stories and a variety of things.
You can contact City Blood day or night at email@example.com.
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