Sunday, October 07, 2007

Scare Fair

Spent yesterday in DuBois at a scare fair. A local costume shop puts it on and this was their second year.

John Franklin ("Cousin Itt" from Addams Family movies) was there to sign autographs and pose for photos. Also had Dave Tango from Sci Fi's Ghosthunters there.
They were both very fan friendly and loved to talk to everyone. They personalized every autograph and would sign whatever you put in front of them.

There were also a bunch of different tables of things for the kids to do. Just in time for Halloween season, there was a make up seminar to teach you how to create the monster effects. It was a completely free event. They even fed us pizza and energy drinks. :)

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Blogger madamspud169 said...

I just loved cousin it I thought he was great. When I was younger I used to brush me hair over my face, put on glasses and pretend to be cousin it. I'm amazed I wasn't put away somewhere with padded walls.

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Blogger Salty said...

Looks like a fun event!

Thanks for your visits to Country Captures and thanks again for you nice comments.

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Blogger Terrie Modesto, PhD said...

Wow madamspudd169 I thought I was the only one that did that! Maybe we are cousins of Cousin ITT!

Bet it was fun to meet the actor under the hair. It takes a special actor to play that part. Ted Cassidy had a home not far form a friend of mine. Very nice person. Good actor!

Hey Gretchen I like your blog will check back often. Thank you for keeping it up. Will enjoy your travels and tales.

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