my.pegcentral.com under daughter of the ghoul folder
Have a very scary Xmas!
T shirts up for sale. Daughter of the Ghoul official shirts. Perfect for Xmas gifts.
Hello Ms. Decay,
I recently stumbled upon your blog surfing through web pages in the dead-of-night and saw that you are on Time Warner Cable in Cleveland, Congratulations!
I saw also that you would be appearing at Cinema Wasteland at the beginning of October, which I am sorry to say I missed again due to a not-so-recent relocation to another state.
I’ve seen you in the crowd at past Cinema Wastelands as just a creepy guy in the corner, and might have you doing hula-hoops in the parking lot of the Holiday Inn on video, that might be somebody else though. Anyway, I think its awesome your carrying on the Cleveland tradition of horror movie hosting, especially going with “Daughter of The Ghoul…” The Ghoul is Cleveland’s greatest horror movie host in my opinion, and their are so many others that are just absolute legends in Cleveland. Hopefully one day you’ll be seen as a legend in your own right, just think Vampira and Elvira :)
Now to get to the point of this email… Since I am unable to view your show on tv, and get a copy of your show at Cinema Wasteland, I am wondering how to get a copy of your first show, the one with Sonny Chiba, you know, six-foot six of half-breed fury with a little problem making friends…. And was wondering if you have any promotional materials related to the show too such as autographed photos.
thanks for the message Kyle. You can find the Daughter of the Ghoul show on bat.pegcentral.com under the daughter of the ghoul folder. All our episodes are there to watch whenever you like. We are also on FB and Instagram.
and janetjaydecay on instagram.
Thanks for your interest. I have been going to Wasteland since 2008 and started hosting this year.
We were also picked up by my.pegcentral.com(WCTV)
Stay scary my friend!
-Janet Decay, C town’s yummy mummy
there were no digital effects used in that shot. they actually had David Bowie hanging upsidedown on this rig system with his boot glued to the brick. then they just flipped him around and were like, ok David, don’t die.
ok David, don’t die
Sweet Sweet Bowie
Cool stuff I like. Top Photo is the lovely and mysterious silent film queen Theda Bara. The middle photo was a random find. and the bottom photo is a pumpkin I carved last year.