Well, OK, let’s say that it doesn’t. Then let’s see how you feel about…
Yep, right below is a frame extracted from my husband Eddie’s nerve-jangling turn in a promo video for next weekend’s Haunted Williamstown, the scare-fest concocted by our local mistress-of-Halloween, Ms. Juliana Haubrich. Last year she threw the residents of Eastlawn Cemetery a party they’ll never forget; this year she’ll be mining the ectoplasmic possibilities of the Milne Library at 1095 Main Street.
(To see and hear Eddie’s full performance, click the free-frame below and then tell the video to do its thing.)
Less Scary Eddie
Whew! Now to help calm your nerves after that dose of Scary Eddie in action, here’s my hubby looking relaxed and reassuringly less diabolical in a recent snapshot taken by our pal Jason Brown of BMA Audio.
The setting for Jason’s snapshot was The Bookstore on Housatonic Street in Lenox, MA., where Norton, Eddie, and I were but three among a roomful of fans and friends who packed the joint last Saturday afternoon to hear mystery writer Richard Stevenson, creator of the popular Donald Strachey whodunit series, read from his newest brain-teaser, The 38 Million Dollar Smile.
A Closing Halloween Flourish
Would I be so cruel as to conclude this blog entry without subjecting your spines to a final tingle of frivolous ghoulishness? Of course not! Click the image below to remind yourself of one of the more spectral goodies lurking in my web site’s Comics Vault section.