| All animation is black magic.|
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Harry Claymore used black magic in order to allow his clay figures to "animate" themselves. He would film them in his house, away from prying eyes. One day, when claymation was officially declared dead, the clay figures revolted and held Claymore as their prisoner.
Claymore remained their prisoner until he was rescued by Soos, Stan, Dipper and Mabel. Mabel molded the clay cyclops into a clay version of Shimmery Twinkleheart in order to fight and defeat the other clay monsters.
The mansion is large, old-fashioned, and somewhat resembles a barn. It is gray, made of stone and wood, and has several bare trees on and around the lawn. It is surrounded by a stone wall and guarded by a black, metal gate with Harry Claymore's initials in gold on each side. The mansion itself appears to be delapidated, with parts of the walls breaking down.
The interior is similarly sparse and decrepit. There is no furniture apart from one chair to which Harry Claymore was tied to. The rest of the building is filled with boxes, crates, stage lights, and props. There is a catwalk on one side of the building.
- 206. "Little Gift Shop of Horrors"
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