Just recently I posted a blog called HORROR HOST SPOTLIGHT: The One and Only, Svengoolie and based on the response, it’s obvious how popular horror host Svengoolie truly is. Without a doubt, with the possible exception of Elvira, Svengoolie is the most widely known in this field. He is also one of the nicest people I have ever met; a man who truly appreciates each and every one of his many fans. He was kind enough to sit down with me and participate in this celebrity interview; something I am truly appreciative of.Continue reading “CELEBRITY INTERVIEW: Horror Host Svengoolie (aka Rich Koz)”
Just recently I reviewed the very entertaining book “The Triple Dog Dare: Watching & Surviving the 24-hour Marathon of A Christmas Story,” seen HERE. The author, Joanna Wilson, was kind enough to sit down and do an interview for me, just in time for Christmas.Continue reading “CELEBRITY INTERVIEW: Author Joanna Wilson”
Thomas D’Agostino is one of my favorite local authors. The first of his books that I read was his 2006 book, “Haunted Rhode Island.” This is a collection of short stories of experiences that not only he has had over the years but acquaintances of his have had as well. To me, this was a great introduction to a great author. His writing style is enjoyable and his no-nonsense approach made me want to read more of his books, which of course I did.
I first met Tom and his wife Arlene in November of 2015 at a convention in Providence, Rhode Island. There we had a brief discussion on Rhode Island’s only officially listed haunted landmark, the Ramtail Factory in Foster. I ended up buying his book “Rhode Island’s Haunted Ramtail Factory” which he signed. Then he was nice enough to draw me a map with directions on how to get there.Continue reading “CELEBRITY INTERVIEW: Author Thomas D’Agostino”
Recently I reviewed the excellent book on mask company Distortions Unlimited called “Remember the Future: The Distortions Unlimited Story” (seen HERE). As promised, author Lee Lambert was nice of enough to take some time to answer some questions.
For my first celebrity interview I would like to introduce Mark Voger, author of the book “Monster Mash: The Creepy, Kooky Monster Craze In America 1957-1972.” I recently reviewed this amazing book (see review HERE) and thought talking to the man who made it happen would be a great follow-up! If you haven’t read this book yet, I highly recommend it to every monster kid!