Santino not only hid projectiles behind logs and rocks, he also manufactured hiding spots from hay (projectile shown in lower part under the hay heap).…Read More »
All projectiles were placed near the visitors' area, and helped lull visitors into a false sense of security, allowing him the chance to fling his missiles at crowds before they had time to back away. Less «
The X in the left of the picture marks the position of the first hay heap. The arrow on the left points to the protruding rock structure that was used…Read More »
as concealment. The other two arrows point at the two logs that also served as concealing obstacles. Less «
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