They there folks, just an update about the lack of dEdmonton.tv last month, and again today. Due to some health and now software problems we’ve had to postpone the dEdmonton.tv episodes, so just watch some old ones and pretend we’re in Summer re-Runs…
Another new friend in the haunt world conducted an interview with Brian and myself, and it can be found over on the HallowDean website and find out what got us into haunting ourselves.
Once again we are proud to help out the Edmonton Scarecrow Festival and will need some volunteers to appear in the Capital Ex parade in July. Email us at info at dEdmonton.com and we can send you some details and contact info. We will also need some volunteers for other events in the fall as well.
Fans of both Fathers and Horror? DEDfest presents the grindhouse masterpiece FATHER’S DAY from Winnipeg’s Astron 6 and Troma Films! It’s happening this Friday, June 15th, at the Metro Cinema. Details on their website
We also want to thank the Edmonton Bonewagon Association for letting us ride in, and drive, a hearse at last weekend’s History Road at the Reynolds-Alberta Museum! Not only did we have 14 hearses (remember, there is NO ‘T’ in Hearse!) and an ambulance, but the museum also was able to add a 1939 Cadillac combo ambulance/hearse (it all depended on how long it took you to get to the scene) and the, some would say, coupe de gras of the collection, a 1916 Buick Funeral Car! Thank you Natasha for providing this pic to us, and the photographer who used your camera.
We’ll try and get the software working and get you out a couple episodes. In the mean time, get off your buns and enjoy the… oh, more frickin rain… Oh well, stay in the garage and work on your Halloween props!