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TODAY'S PHAN FOTO: Clockwise from top left, it's Lon Chaney Jr., Tor Johnson, Bela Lugosi and John Carradine hamming it up on the set of THE BLACK SLEEP (1956). Get THE BLACK SLEEP on an official release of an excellent quality print on DVD here at Creepy Classics.
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Rondo Is Back....Breaking Backs!
Back in stock, a limited number of the factory sealed DVDs of THE BRUTE MAN (1946). THE BRUTE MAN stars Rondo Hatton as The Creeper, a back-breaking monster who hides in the shadows out for revenge and destruction. The film also stars Jane Adams (HOUSE OF DRACULA). This DVD has gone out of print, but we have a few here now.
Get it from our Complete DVD Catalog right now!
Above: Art by John Sargent.
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Above: Left is a chilling scene from I WALKED WITH A ZOMBIE (1943). Right, the dead pirates in ZOMBIES OF MORA TAU (1957) rise from the depths.
Nothing beats getting "snowed in" and watching some old great old zombie flicks. We had a double feature of "Zombies of Mora Tau", (Monster Bash man Gregg Palmer!!) and "I Walked with a Zombie". Great opening scene in Mora Tau when Gregg Palmer kisses Allison Hayes, right in front of her husband. Kind of refreshing to see zombies with the blank stares and super human strength, as opposed to bloody and decomposing creatures craving flesh.
I think the setting on the hot Carribbean island of "I Walked with a Zombie helped warm me up and cope with this Winter. When I think of Val Lewton, I think of darkness, shadows, atmospheric scenes, and iconic imagery for each of his works. Especially this one...the silouette of the zombie, his eyes, the shadows on the bed room wall, and the trek through the field; all of those come to mind from this one. What a joy to watch it again. I tried to match all of that with one of my illustrations for “I Walked with a Zombie”. Not a lot of colors and fireworks for this one, just going for that Lewton atmosphere.
Stay warm!-John Sargent, Pittsburgh, PA
A great zombie double feature, John! I WAKLKED WITH A ZOMBIE (1943) is one of my VERY top horror films of all time. I watched THE TIME OF THEIR LIVES (1946) with Abbott and Costello, Marjorie Reynolds and Gale Sondergaard at her absolute creepiest and humourous! Monster Basher Bob Pellegrino and I got together on Saturday night and watched this historical, supernatrural comedy. Bob pointed out that it is one of the few times where Abbott & Costello really act independently of each other, not as a team. It really shows that they both could act as well as just do "routines." If you've never seen THE TIME OF THEIR LIVES, I highly recommend it. It's one of my favorite Abbott & Costello movies.
A few other notes: The basic plot iis that two patriots are mistaken as traitors and shot dead. They are cursed to haunt the grounds where they were killed "to the crack of doom." They are Lou Costello and Marjorie Reynolds. Yes, you see Lou Costello shot dead in the first ten minutes. Then, you actually see their dead bodies in the water at the bottom of a well. Pretty heavy stuff for an Abbott & Costello movie! Yet, it still recovers to be a light-heearted fantasy with a heart. It's actually a pretty amazing film, with a historical setting. Loved it.
-Ron Adams, Ligonier, PA
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Mexican Monster Party - March 2014
By Roberto "Bobb" Cotter (author of The Mexican Masked Wrestler and Monster Filmography)
-Until next time, Adios and Vaya con Dios; Uncle Roberto, Cousin Lucky and Cher.
Bobb Cotter is the author of THE MEXICAN MASKED WRESTLER AND MONSTER FILMOGRAPHY published by McFarland Books. Get it from our Creepy Bookstore here at Creepy Classics.
Get SANTO AND BLUE DEMON VS. DR. FRANKENSTEIN on official licensed DVD, factory sealed, in our Mexican Monsters Department here at Creepy Classics.
New! The Jerry Warren Collection Volume 2 DVD
The "Ed Wood" of the 1960s - Jerry Warren both made his own features and dubbed foreign films (frequently adding some of his own scenes). The budget appeared to be way low. But, he did present some interesting, if not great, projects. On this collection, there are two from South-of-the-Border: ATTACK OF THE MAYAN MUMMY (1964) and CREATURE OF THE WALKING DEAD (1965). Both were cobbled from Mexican horror films and dubbed in English with American scenes added. The third feature was made in the USA and stars Lon Chaney, Jr. and John Carradine: HOUSE OF THE BLACK DEATH (1965).
Above: Lon Chaney, Jr. in HOUSE OF THE BLACK DEATH and a Mexican lobby card from CREATURE OF THE WALKING DEAD.
The new DVD collection is in stock now at Creepy Classics. It's ready to ship Priority to your door! You'll find it in the New DVD & Blu-Ray Department here at Creepy Classics.
In Search of MONSTER BASH MAGAZINE #21
There are two kinds of people in the world, dunkers and non-dunkers. Dunkers disgusted me. Joe " Shlobbo" Shlabotski was a dunker. He'd dunk anything in his coffee. I once saw him dunk a ham and cheese sandwich and even a chicken wing. After he dunked he'd then make a lot of noise and mess slurping it up. It made me sick but I put up with him because he once jumped in a creek to save my GI Joe with Lifelike Hair and Beard wearing full scuba gear from being swept into a storm sewer. It was a long time ago. Sometimes I wondered if I still owed him.
I tracked him down sitting in a booth at the lunch counter at the old 5&10 on Grant.
I went into the diner on 6th Street and took a seat next to Diapers Dalonzo, then immediately slid over a stool to leave a gap between us.
"I don't know anything about the mag" Diapers said as he took a bit of Salisbury Steak. I usually borrow a copy off Weepy."
I drove around looking for Weepy Mackles. I knew what corners he usually hung out on so I hit those first then drove through a few alleys slowly. Finally I spotted him on Finster and when he saw me he took off running. I threw the Roadmaster in park and hotfooted it after him. He almost got away til he ran into a dead end behind the Public Works Paint Department.
"I don't know nothin'! I don't know nothin!" Weepy bawled with his back against the wall as big, crocodile tears rolled down his cheeks. Weepy could cry on demand. It was his only talent. He could often be found standing on street corners panhandling for change holding a sign that said "Lost my dog" or "Goldfish died," with large tears flowing all the while. I don't how he did it but it was said he made a pretty good living. "Monster Bash 21, Weepy. Spill it." I said forcefully. "And can the tears."
Peeler Maloon was sitting on a bench in front of the drugstore reading comic books and eating bananas while his mom did her shopping. Peeler was always with his mom. He complained about it but I think he liked it. Once when he went downtown to enlist in the Navy she went with him and was there through the whole process. The Navy rejected him but it was said they offered his mom a commission on a Destroyer. Peeler liked bananas. A lot. He could eat a dozen a day and he always had a few with him "First of all, I am not with my mom, she is with me" he said as he perused ads in the back pages of an old issue of "House Of Secrets."
"And no, I have not seen Monster Bash 21 anywhere. There's a conspiracy of silence on the subject. Something big is going down." I liked a good conspiracy as much as the next guy, but Peeler believed in them all. The more fantastic the better. When the corner store ran low on milk he blamed CIA. "I'll ask around" Peeler said with a crafty, sideways look. "I know people." The truth was Peeler did not know many people and lived in his mom's basement. The only person he would "ask around" to was his mom and she would have no idea. I told Peeler not to order the Remote Control Flying Ghost but I think he did anyway. Some things you have to find out for yourself.
I was running out of options and getting desperate. I needed Monster Bash like Batman needed the Riddler. In the sense that Batman needed the Riddler to oppose him to give his life purpose and meaning, otherwise he'd just be a bored milliionaire running around in tights and a mask in his spare time. And that would be crazy. Running around in tights and a mask chasing crooks who wore tights and a mask, now that was something.
It was at this point when I had scraped rock bottom that I spotted Big Sid on one of his rare sojourns outside his store. He was carrying several cartons of takeout food and sweating profusely even though the temperature was down in the 30s.
I pulled over to the curb and motioned for him to get in."You are a lifesaver, sir. This is not unlike a weary Aquaman catching a ride on a passing Humpback Whale after battling the Human Flying Fish or King Shark" Sid said as he heaved himself into my car. "I had to go get my own lunch. Their delivery driver called in sick. Outrageous! This kind of thing never happens to Barry Allen or Dick Grayson" Sid said as he settled in.
Finally I pulled up outside his store but before he got out he said "Oh by the way, here's that magazine you like" and handed me a copy of Monster Bash #21 that he pulled out from under his coat. It had a greasy thumb print and a blotch of Blue Cheese dressing on the cover, and it smelled like the daily special at Frank's Pizza Palace, but it was indeed what I sought. Then when I turned to thank him he was gone. How did he move so fast?
Was he ever really there? Was I really here? Was I living in a complete fantasy world of my own making?
-M. Oleman, Breaker Alley, Pittsburgh, PA
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New! It's All the Buzz - MONSTER BASH MAGAZINE #21
In this fly-bustin' issue: The Fly On The Wall - Charles Herbert, A Creature Walked Among Us, Great Horror-Comedy Movies, THE WOMAN WHO CAME BACK, Boris The Gangster, and much more! Cover painting by Lorraine Bush. Writers: Tom Weaver, Frank Dello Stritto, Deborah Painter, Bruce Tinkel and more!
Inside this mag:
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New! Four Short Film Collection Sets!
Now in stock, classic shorts from the 1930s and 1940s! THE VITAPHONE COMEDY COLLECTION Volume 1 features Fatty Arbuckle and Shemp Howard (of The Three Stooges) in 19 shorts. THE VITAPHONE COMEDY COLLECTION Volume 2 features Shemp Howard in 21 shorts! Both of those sets from Warner Brothers and are NEW to Creepy Classics and in stock!
The SHEMP COCKTAIL Collection DVD set features Shemp Howard in various shorts from the 1930s and 1940s, plus a full length Universal feature with Shemp. RIPLEY'S BELIEVE IT OR NOT is a a DVD set of hours of Ripley's bizarre shorts that were run in theaters in the 1930s-1940s. The curiosities of the worth presented by Robert Ripley.
Get these great short film collections in our Complete DVD Catalog, here at Creepy Classics...all are in stock now!
Live Swordfighting Coming To MONSTER BASH This June!
Just one of the many crazy events at MONSTER BASH...this June we'll feature MONSTER BASH's Paisley Adams fencing MONSTER RENAISSANCE MOVIE MAN - Tom Savini. The above photo is of a practice they did at the SUPER MONSTER RAMA DRIVE-IN show this past fall. We'll have a licensed referee and electronic touch equipment setup for a 15 touch bout at MONSTER BASH in June on Saturday afternoon. Flashing swords at MONSTER BASH.
I need to thank, in advance, the Ligonier Fencing Club for proving a referee and all the equipment for the fencing match. And, of course, Tom Savini for suggesting the event! It will be so much fun.
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What Have You Been Watching?
Hi Ron and gang. This weekend I watched the original 1956 "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" and every time I watch it, it is a real treat. There were certainly a lot of Sci-Fi films made in the 50's and 60's but this one, by far, is my all time favorite. It is so, so good and like a fine wine, it just keeps on getting better with age.
I love how this film explodes at the beginning to grab the audience and then suddenly stops and flashbacks into the story that gradually builds and builds to the ghastly horror that it becomes. Also this film feels so nostalgic in so many ways... from the automobiles and gas stations to the buildings that you just know were built out of real wood and brick and glass and brass-trimmed hardware doors... the doctor's office located upstairs in an old building just as I remember when I was a kid, going to the see my first dentist, upstairs in our old local Woolworth's building.
The town of Santa Mira is a metaphor for every North American small town, in that "old-fashioned" era that we'll never see again. You will be grateful for Kevin McCarthy's performance too. He was so good in this film and took the story seriously enough where other actors might not have. Seed pods from outer space that take over human bodies while they are asleep and destroy the originals in the process... man that is scary in a most delicious way! The remakes of this film stand on their own merits but this one I will always be grateful for its being made. And don't forget... it's available on DVD and Blue-Ray at Creepy Classics.
Hi Dave, thanks for your thoughts on the great INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS (1956). My weekend double feature was a lot of fun. Myself and a handful of Bash folks watched TARANTULA (1955), a sepia duo-tone version (thanks to Charles Henson) and THE MAN THEY COULD NOT HANG (1939), one of Boris Karloff's Columbia films. Really great weekend here too.
-Ron Adams, Ligonier, PA
Lots of snow and cold last week made me long for the warm days of summer, especially when I can go to the town beach and swim in lovely Lake Winnisquam. Decided to get a head start and watch a couple of oldies with a water motif:
THE HORROR OF PARTY BEACH (1964)-Back in June 1971, my brother Scott and I watched this on Bob Wilkin's CREATURE FEATURES out of Oakland CA. We thought it was perhaps the best film ever made with monsters, girls in bikinis, surf music and more blood than we had ever seen. A year later, while moving from California to Norfolk VA, we were visiting Aunt Nancy (who sent me a whole bunch of Aurora Monster Models) in Jonesboro Arkansas where HOPB happened to be on. We re-watched and were even more convinced of its greatness. Heck, a year or so later we ordered the Fumetti magazine from Captain Company!
Jump ahead to early 1989 where I was a new father and Scott had gotten out the service. He came over one night with a copy of HOPB from Blockbuster video, so after proper refreshments were gathered, we put it in. Needless to say, we were quickly on the floor laughing at how cheesy it was.
Watching it again after many years, it really is a bad film (and Eulabelle Moore's stereotypical maid is almost painful to watch), but it has its own quirky charm and goodness knows, I've watched more expensive productions that lacked the clueless ambiance of this. **
CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON (1954)-Now...this is more like it! One of the best monsters ever and the film has aged a lot better than many others from the period. A great cast, memorable score and lean direction by Jack Arnold lift this high on the pantheon of 50's flicks. Julie Adams is so lovely in here that it's no wonder "Blackie" couldn't help himself, but than again, Alice Cooper has mentioned how "handsome" the creature was, so maybe they could have worked out the initial awkwardness that beginning relationships have.
- Steve Schimming
Get HORROR OF PARTY BEACH (double featured with CURSE OF THE LIVING CORPSE) on DVD at Creepy Classics.
Above: Boris Karloff from THE MAN WITH NINE LIVES (1940) and BEFORE I HANG (1940).
I finished my Karloff marathon with "The Black Room". Sharon watched it with me and enjoyed it immensely. She did point out that when the bad Karloff falls into the pit and dies, he blinks.
All in all, it was and extremely enjoyable movie weekend.
Above: George Zucco in a dual role in DEAD MEN WALK (one is a vampire!) and as a high priest (and gas station attendent) in VOODOO MAN.
Reading the Creepy classics News Page, I notice fans are writing about movies they have watched,well I want to mention a couple of George Zucco films; The Mad Ghoul, with of course Evelyn Ankers, Turhan Bey and Robert Armstrong, a neat little
What have you been watching lately?
Upcoming Blu-Ray and DVD Releases!
COMING VERY, VERY SOON! -- We will have in stock before most other outlets:
THE HOUSE THAT SCREAMED - DVD (See above cover on this and below three titles)
THE BAT PEOPLE - DVD
THE VAMPIRE (1957/John Beal/MGM) - DVD
THE SCREAMING SKULL (MGM) - DVD
JERRY WARREN COLLECTION Vol. 2 -- HOUSE OF THE BLACK DEATH/ATTACK OF THE MAYAN MUMMY/CREATURE OF THE WALKING DEAD - DVD In Stock Now!
THE BAMBOO SAUCER (1968) - Blu-Ray and DVD
...and more....just keep watching right here and we'll have them, in stock, before most other retailer! Plus, we ship FAST Priority US Mail.
-Ron at Creepy Classics
New! Filmfax Magazine #136
What a great issue! Inside: Censoring Bela Lugosi and his Poverty Row horror films of the 1940s by Gary Don Rhodes, Coleen Gray - THE LEECH WOMAN, Russ Heath comic book artist legend, Bettie Page, James Dean and more!
It's here, in stock and ready to ship! Just go to our Creepy Magazine Newsstand and pick-up your copy right now. The Creepy Newsstand link is in the left sidebar, here at Creepy Classics.
Joel Hodgson Now Appearing At MONSTER BASH JUNE 2014
Joel is best known for being creator of MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATER 3000 (MST3K). While they riffed low budget films (just like we do), Joel is a serious fan of classic sci-fi. He also has a wonderful history as a comedian and actor that strikes home with anyone that grew up in the 1960s, 1970s and has fun with the pop culture of that period. He is plugged in to the things we love.
Joel will be doing his own Q&A that will no doubt turn out to be quite funny! He has done a huge service (in the same way Tim Burton's ED WOOD movie did) for keeping the films we love alive. He's introduced Tor Johnson, Bela Lugosi and others to a younger generation. The young kids now have gone back to discover the original films. Welcome Joel Hodgson to MONSTER BASH JUNE 2014. And special thanks to Daniel Griffith for putting us in touch...
Here's a pre MST3003K video clip of Joel having fun with retro Monster Kid type toys that will give you insight into how funny and plugged in this guy is!:
And, don't miss original props from MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATER 3000 at MONSTER BASH!
Above: Tom Adams, Janice Adams and Tami Mizikar.
Happy Birthday Monster Bash Cake Server Tami!
Above: Brother and sister - Ron Adams and Tami Adams-Mizikar.
Above: Tami with blonde hair next to SON OF FRANKENSTEIN actor Donnie Dunagan.
If you've ever attended MONSTER BASH, you've seen Tami serving cake, helping in the Creepy Classics room, or maybe being chased across the stage by some horrible radioactive monster. Always a sport, a big happy birthday wish to my sister, Tami Mizikar.
Send Tami your birthday wishes directly to: firstname.lastname@example.org
MONSTER BASH 2014!
Memberships - Current Discount, $10 Off, Until June 1, 2014...don't miss out!
The festival dates are June 20-22, 2014. The conference for classic monster fans & profssionals from around the world.
Reservations are being accepted right now. (724) 776-6900.
Address: 910 Sheraton Drive Mars, PA 16046
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Here are some pictures of the new location for Monster Bash (Four Point, Mars, PA) for 2013:
New! SCARY MONSTERS (MONSTER MEMORIES) #91 is in Shock Stock!
Above is the wrap around cover for SCARY MONSTERS #91. It's a weird winner!
In this big issue: The CRACKED Monster Party, I Was Jack Pierce, GORGO, Really Cool Creature Collectibles, Robot Woman, Monster Memories and much more!
Get yours now at Creepy Classics....bagged, boarded for protection and shipped immediately to you! Get it from the Creepy Magazine Newsstand liknk at Creepy Classics!
New! The first Phantom of the Opera Souvenir Program
Lon Chaney Enterprises held two screening events for THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (1925) and this (pictured above) is the souvenir program guide for the first one. Guests of honor included Ray Bradbury, Forrest J Ackerman and Carla Laemmle. The program guide is over 30 pages long, printed on glossy paper and features many pages from the original film's pressbook with background information and diagrams of the opera house and the phantom's lair!
Get this souvenir collectible now in our Creepy Collectibles Department, here at Creepy Classics!
I can remember as a youth getting the latest FMOF with the Sinbad / Eye of the Tiger cover. A second poster was on the back cover, and I thought those 2 posters were the greatest. Numerous scenes were shown, so much detail and so many characters were illustrated on them. Lots of textures too, with plenty of jewelry and the Harryhausen creatures usually running amok. So much on those posters; yet both had cleverly executed symmetrical designs, that to me, never seemed too busy.
Anyway, I thought it was time that I gave one a shot, plus a good excuse to draw Caroline Munro! (Honest honey, it’s a Sinbad poster…)
This one about did me in! Hoping to get a Caroline Munro autograph on this one at the Monster Bash. Enjoy!
Happy Birhtday Sir Cedric Hardwicke
Thanks going out to Scott Goettel for noting that February 19, 1893 is Cedric Hardwicke's birthday. Cedric skimmed in and out of our genre with various roles. Pictured very top, he's quite despicable in THE INVISIBLE MAN RETURNS. Pictured left to right: He plays his own father as THE GHOST OF FRANKENSTEIN (1942), middle...he meets with the big bad boy Lon Chaney Jr. and as the nasty Frollo from THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME (1939). You also see him in THINGS TO COME, a great TWILIGHT ZONE episode and hear him for the beginning narration in THE WAR OF THE WORLDS (1953).
By the way, you can get that great 11X14 lobby card reproduction in our Poster and Lobby Card Department here at Creepy Classics.
Above: Peter Lorre, Edward Hardwicke and J. Edward Bromberg in INVISIBLE AGENT (1942).
I am talking about his performance in Universal's 1942 INVISIBLE AGENT.
Larry Boyington, OK
INVISIBLE AGENT is a very good movie, full of action and those great Johnn Fulton "invisibilibty" effects. Most of those Universal legacy DVD sets are out-of-print, but we still have a few of THE INVISIBLE MAN LEGACY set in stock at Creepy Classics.
New! More Great Monster Mags In Shock Stock
In case you didn't know, or haven't ordered monster magazine from Creepy Classics recently, all mags come in protective bags and are boarded for protection. Bagged and boarded!
And shipping is 6.99 per order in the USA, no matter how big your order.
Now in -- more back issues of FAMOUS MONSTERS OF FILMLAND, FILMFAX and more! Click over to our Creepy Magazine Newsstand right now...it's in the link sidebar at www.creepyclassics.com.
Remembering Dear Uncle Forry
For some reason I found this stray hard copy photo on my desk this morning. Someone sent it to me recently, I think....thank you whoever you are! Scattered here. This brought back some great memories of Uncle Forry. This was during the LONDON AFTER MIDNIGHT talk where Forry and I discussed the lost Lon Chaney film. Forry was the only person I've ever met that distinctly remembered seeing the film. It was great talking about it with Forry. At the end of this talk Kevin Slick joined us on stage in perfect LONDON AFTER MIDNIGHT vampire make-up applied by Ron Chamberlain. I think this was MONSTER BASH 2007 or 2008.
Second MONSTER BASH CONFERENCE This Year!
MONSTER BASH: A HAMMER HALLOWEEN!
October 10-12, 2014
After many requests for more MONSTER BASH days in a year and speaking with many people that want to come, but can't make it in June....it's a second full-size giant MONSTER BASH CONFERENCE OCTOBERFEST at the Four Points Pittsburgh North this October 10-12!
We'll be commandeering the entire huge hotel! A huge event room theater for films and guest talks, an eye-popping massive ballroom of vendors from across the nation, and guest movie and TV stars.
Already joining us:
Caroline Munro from DRACULA A.D. 1972, CAPTAIN KRONOS - VAMPIRE HUNTER, THE SPY WHO LOVED ME, THE GOLDEN VOYAGE OF SINBAD, AT THE EARTH'S CORE, THE ABOMINABLE DR. PHIBES, DR. PHIBES RISES AGAIN and more.
Veronica Carlson from FRANKENSTEIN MUST BE DESTROYED, DRACULA HAS RISEN FROM THE GRAVE, THE GHOUL, THE HORROR OF FRANKENSTEIN and more!
Yvonne Monlaur from THE BRIDES OF DRACULA, CIRCUS OF HORRORS, THE TERROR OF THE TONGS. EDGAR WALLACE MYSTERY THEATE and more!
...and just added - the greatest make-up departments for classic monsters at any convention:
John Taterelli and Ron Chamberlain returns to create monsters to roam the halls of Bash!
Plus, many more stars to come!
A Hammer Halloween Celebration!
Get 3-Day VIP memberships for MONSTER BASH OCTOBER 2014 at a $20 discount right now! CLICK HERE and get ready to BASH in the Halloween Season when the leaves are in in full color and the autumn moon is full and bright. (Wolfbane not included).
Don;t miss out! Get your membership for a HAMMER HALLOWEEN - MONSTER BASH right now for a $20 discount:
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A Virtual Visit to Creepy Classics:
Video shot by Kevin Slick from Louisville, Colorado on a visit.