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TODAY'S MONSTER BASH PHAN FOTO: Is that any way to treat an ape? It's Boris Karloff in the 1940 poverty row chiuller THE APE. Get it on Blu-Ray or DVD here at Creepy Classics.

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New! Double Feature History Book

We've just added to our Creepy Bookstore, copies of this great book by Bryan Senn....incredible research:

By Bryan Senn. In the 1950s, distributors began releasing double-bills--including many horror and sci-fi features. This book presents these double features year-by-year, and includes production details, historical notes, and critical commentary for each film. Big 423 pages, ad art and photos!

Snag your BIG double feature history book now in our Creepy Bookstore at Creepy Classics. Boy, I sure wish we had these kind of history books back when I was in school...



MONSTER BASH is for MONSTER KIDS everywhere of every age!

Make Sure You're Caught Up On Your MONSTER BASH Magazine Collection!

Do you have all of these?

Frankenstein, Dracula, The Wolf Man, The Mummy, Creature From the Black Lagoon, King Kong, The Phantom of the Opera, Mr. Hyde...they're all here, at home in MONSTER BASH MAGAZINE.

Collect them all....Click Here to get them right from the publisher (us!), new glossy mags shipped bagged and boarded for protection to you!

All at Creepy Classics, right now!


New! Vintage Creepy Collectible Library Books

These are the books that we took out from the school library...we'd search the stacks and shelves for movie books, UFO books and spooky story collection books. When we'd find ones like those pictured above, we knew we hit the target and would quickly pull it off the shelf and head for the desk to check it out! New arrivals:

MASQUE OF THE RED DEATH (Poe) - Hardback Library Book
Similar to the Crestwood House books...hardback aimed at young adult reader. Amazing, beautiful color paintings as illustrations by John Lawn. The classic Edgar Allan Poe tale. Typical library wear with Library stamp, check out card in back.

CASK OF AMONTILLADO (Poe) - Hardback Library Book
Similar to the Crestwood House books...hardback aimed at young adult reader. Amazing, beautiful color paintings as illustrations by Ann Toulmin-Rothe. The classic Edgar Allan Poe tale. Typical library wear with Library stamp, check out card in back.

These ones were just added to our Creepy Bookstore.

You can also see more in our Crestwood House Collectible Department at Creepy Classics.



Virginian and Forbidden Planet Actor, James Drury Passes Away

Another star of movies and TV passes away at 85 years old, James Drury. Here's more from Monster Bash's Leonard Hayhurst:

Western actor James Drury died April 6, 2020, in Houston, Texas, of natural causes, according to the Hollywood Reporter. He was 85. He was born April 18, 1934, in New York City, New York.

Drury is best known for playing the title character of THE VIRGINIAN in the western series that ran on NBC from 1962 to 1971. He also played a crewman in the landmark 1956 sci-fi film FORBIDDEN PLANET.




MONSTER BASH BELA LUGOSI FILM FEST Advance Admission Membership NOW Available!

Everything is now set and in place...for another wild adventure...a Bela Lugosi film marathon at the grand Palace Theatre in Canton, Ohio. It's August 14 and 15, 2020. A Lugosi extravaganza with some of his best and most fun films ever, plus a bonus film to wrap-out Saturday night...Tim Burton's ED WOOD. Get your advance VIP admission, CLICK HERE.

All the details on the show, CLICK HERE!

See the trailer preview by Kevin Slick:

All the show details, click here:

View your Lugosi favorites in a real grand movie palace. We'll also feature the popular prize-toss late Saturday night! Free Blu-Rays, DVDs, Monster Magazines and Monster Toys will be pitched into the audience.

If you haven't been to one of our summer marathons at The Palace really need to do it. A gorgeous restored grand theatre from the 1920s. A real pipe organ with music between showings.

Above: Frank and his wife Linda.

And author/film historian Frank Dello Stritto will give two power-point presentations on Bela Lugosi...on the giant screen. One of the biggest screens in the state of Ohio.

Who let the bats out??? Why, MONSTER BASH! Sign-up for this August fear fest will be a once in a lifetime event.

Secure your VIP admission membership for all films, talks, prize toss, CLICK HERE!



Rest In Peace Honor Blackman

This just in from MONSTER BASH MAGAZINE writer Leonard Hayhurst:

British actress Honor Blackman died April 5, 2020, of natural causes at the age of 94, according to The Guardian. She was born Aug. 22, 1925, in London, England.

Blackman had a career than spanned nearly 70 years across stage, film and television. She’s best remembered for three roles.

She played femme fatale Pussy Galore in the 1964 James Bond flick GOLDFINGER, considered by many to be the best in the long running franchise. She was leather-clad judo fighter Cathy Gale on the cult series THE AVENGERS from 1962 to 1964. She played the goddess Hera in the 1963 stop-motion movie JASON AND THE ARGONAUTS.




New! More Vintage Classic Scholastic

Throwback time. It's 6th grade all over again and the Scholastic Book order just came in. Your teacher is calling out names for you to come up to her desk and get your book order! The excitement of getting your books...the mysteries, the ghost stories, the magic books.


Re-live it all one more time...order your Scholastic Books in our Scholastic Book Department at Creepy Classics. They'll be in your mail box or at your door fast. The wait and excitement is on...but, you won't have to wait too long now!



Now Available - VIP Admission Memberships and Vendor Tables for MONSTER BASH OCTOBERFEST 2020

***Please note: Vendor table prices are discounted for a limited time to $150. If you're a vendor...get yours now.

MONSTER BASH's OCTOBERFEST goes giant-size and prehistoric this next October 16-18, 2020! It's guest stars Victoria Vetri (WHEN DINOSAURS RULED THE EARTH, THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E.), Elizabeth Shepherd (TOMB OF LIGEIA, THE AVENGERS), Jackie Joseph (THE LITTLE SHOPPE OF HORRORS, THE ANDY GRIFFITH SHOW), TV Horror Host SON OF GHOUL...and keep scrolling...

Also: Pamula Pierce! Actress from THE LEGEND OF BOGGY CREEK and BOGGY CREEK II! Hear Pamula talk about her dad's many film projects. Meet Pamula at MONSTER BASH!

Plus....out of this world guest, Ann Robinson! Legendary actress Ann Robinson lands in Mars, PA for MONSTER BASH! Starting off as a stunt girl, she is the star the original Martian invasion in THE WAR OF THE WORLDS! Her career goes beyond WAR OF THE WORLDS as she has appeared in ABBOTT AND COSTELLO IN THE FOREIGN LEGION, as well as many TV roles. On television she was a regular on ROCKY JONES, SPACE RANGER. You can see her in episodes of DRAGNET, FURY, CHEYENNE, PERRY MASON, RAWHIDE, PETER GUNN, ALFRED HITCHCOCK PRESENTS, DEATH VALLEY DAYS and that's just to name a few!

Details on the show, CLICK HERE. Or call (724) 238-4317.

VIP Admissions are reduced for a limited time.

CLICK HERE to sign-up for your full 3-Day VIP Membership (All events, vendors & meeting guests)

CLICK HERE to get the discount on dealer tables for this show!

Hurry, these prices will not be in effect for long.

Classic Monster Fun For All!



Monster Madness On-Line Fun!

This in from MONSTER MOVIE MADNESS director, Steve Turek:

Voting for Round Three is open, until the end of April 7, 2020! Hurry!!

The four match ups are:

Billy the Kid vs Dracula against The Horror at Party Beach

The Giant Claw against It Conquered the World

Plan 9 From Outer Space against Gamera, The Giant Monster (The first Gamera Movie)

Frankenstein Conquers the World against Godzilla Raids Again



Above: Steve Wyka just completed his INVISIBLE MAN model kit...nicely painted.

Photos in from Steve Wyka

Check out these great photos and this from the Steve Wyka collection, and these words from Steve (a Wallington, New Jersey customer):

Hi Ron,

I've had time to rest and do some painting in my apartment, spring cleaning as well and watching all sorts of monster/horror/sci-fi movies! The complete Universal Frankenstein series, Tarantula, The Deadly Mathis, Them, Invaders From Mars (the British Version) and Journey to the Center of the Earth (1959) when is that going to be released on Blu-Ray, Ron? As well as some classic Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea episodes (I actually always watch a number of episodes during my birthday month!) I turned 53 on Feb 11th.

I did complete the Invisible Man Model Kit I got from you last year (It took some time, but it is now completed.) I enclosed a couple of pictures with this e-mail! I see the Chiller Theatre Expose was moved to the first week of June, hopefully we are all back to some normalcy by then, Ron!

Two of the pictures I sent are the hallway leading to my basement apartment! The lobby card was signed by Arlene Dahl, who I met in April of 2009 at a meet and greet, when the Landmark Lowe's Jersey City Theatre, had a special showing of the aforementioned Journey to the Center of the Earth, which I just watched yesterday!

Have a good week, my friend and thank you again for including my Abbott and Costello story in the most recent issue of the Monster Bash Magazine, all my friends and family loved it!! Please stay safe and healthy, you, your family and staff!!

Warmest Regards, Steve Wyka, Wallington, NJ



Rondo Classic Horror Awards: Monster Bash - Best Convention 2019

I just received this notice from Monster Basher and Mad Doctor Tim Madigan:

Congratulations on a well-deserved Rondo Award!

AKA Mad Doctor Madigan

Also, three cheers for our Bash friends at SCARY MONSTERS magazine, TV Horror Host SON OF GHOUL and the renegade filmmaker, DAVID "THE ROCK" NELSON!

Above: Joshua Kennedy and Dave Heywood at MONSTER BASH.

Congratulations Ron for winning the Rondo award for best convention! You and the Monster Bash crew put on the best convention every year... well deserved!

Also congratulations to Joshua Kennedy for winning the 2019 Rondo award for Best Independent Film. I had the pleasure of meeting him and the cast at Monster Bash and saw the film with a live audience. What a great time! Joshua is a very talented man ( and pretty funny too). Congrats to all involved!

Dave Heywood, FL

Dear Ron, Congratulations on Monster Bash being named Best Convention! We all know how great and fun the Bash is!

Also congrats to all the winners and runner ups! Speaking of which, I was named one of five runner ups for Fan Artist of the Year, and thanks to monster kids who voted for me! I'm looking forward to bringing all my new monster art to my table at June's Monster Bash, and I will be celebrating with some give-a-ways and surprises!

Fans are welcome to come visit my art at
See you all soon!

Malcolm (the little old monster maker!)



New Art Studio!

We highly recommend the Vin Davis Designs Studio....this guy is a Monster Kid through and through. He's an artist with all kinds of offerings that you will need.

Check his stuff out at




Rondo Remembers: Art, Music & Monsters

It seems fairly universal that growing up liking monster movies seemed to go hand-in-hand with drawing, writing and music.

I grew up drawing dinosaurs, monsters...and even imagined making monster magazines and drawing covers....see above from when I was about eleven. Ironically I've gone on to publishing MONSTER BASH magazine and even used a Lorraine Bush painting for issue #23 that kinda mirrored that drawing from long ago.

My grandfather would let me go to work with him a lot and would give me used poster boards from signs that college kids had put up. I could draw on the back of them (which was blank) with all kinds of magic markers. On the floor, near his desk drawing. Years later, my daughter would do the same thing...drawing monsters on the floor next to me while I worked.

In my twenties and thirties I did a lot of pen-and-ink drawings and paintings of monsters (see to the left). It just seemed to be the thing I gravitated to.

I always enjoyed reading and writing. The movies would inspire me to read things like H.P. Lovecraft and Ray Bradbury. I'd write stories on torn out notebook pages and on a beloved portable typewriter I had when I was in 6th and 7th grades.

And, music seemed to always be a part of my life too. Playing my dad's oldies albums of 1950s rock and roll endlessly.

Remembering being in the barber shop, getting my hair cut when I was five or six. Looking through the comic books the barber had there for kids that waited. A Jerry Lewis comic book had a back cover ad for Aurora monster models...I was grooving on a careful examination of that when "I Want To Hold Your Hand" by The Beatles came on the barber's radio. I loved it and the barber was talking to another older customer about those long-haired guys from England that were on the Ed Sullivan TV show.

But, it's always been art, music and monsters for me. The more fellow monster movie fans I meet, the more I see this as a pattern too. It's all that pop culture wax that molded together to make us.

Ron Adams
Ligonier, PA
April 2020

Hey Ron,
Loved your story of Art, Music and Monsters. I feel like I’ve experienced
the same upbringing as you ! Your magazine cover was wonderful. I would have been the 1st kid to call you, trying to win one of your prizes. And your Frankenstein painting is incredible... you should be painting the next Monster Bash cover!

Growing up, I played with plastic dinosaurs and my Palmer plastics monsters. I also played with the 1960’s GI Joes. One of them I painted green to be Frankenstein and another I wrapped in toilet paper to be a Mummy. After completing dinosaur coloring books, my parents started buying me sketchbooks. These were soon filled with monster drawings. I also made monsters from play-doh.

While I was drawing or building Aurora models in my room, I played the radio. Then one day I got a tape recorder and would wait for my favorite songs to come on so I could record them. I recall getting so frustrated if my little sister made noise while I was tape recording ! As I got older, I bought albums. Then it was music cd’s. I also became aware of artists by name, but of course I was most impressed with monster/fantasy artists like Gogos and Frazetta. As I’ve mentioned to you before, I taught high school art for 30+ years. Not only were my students exposed to classic monsters, but I played music during class which helped the kids learn of different eras and styles of music.

Now today all music is at our fingertips, which I love. I can call Creepy Classics for my “monster fix” and I’m still drawing monsters. I guess these things are burned into our memory cells forever and I couldn’t be happier. That’s why I love Monster Bash so much, because we have all found each other to share these likes and be part of one big family!

Take care and I’ll see “the family” soon at Monster Bash !!!

Dave Heywood, FL

Wow...from the heart, it. -Ron

Hi Ron,

Once again I find myself saying “thank you.” I think I had mentioned I’m a physician in NJ, but one thing I hadn’t mentioned was that I came to be more of personal friends with a patient of mine who was unfortunately , battling cancer which until more recently had been in remission for many years. He LOVED all the old Universal Horror movies and looked forward to watching Svengoolie on Saturday evenings as his cancer returned, and he was undergoing treatment for a very long time and was physically limited a bit in what he could do. Then I had the idea to get him interested in the Monster Bash site, which he was.

As he bravely faced what he soon learned was a terminal condition, I learned I could keep up his spirits in discussing your newsletters with him. He LOVED it. And up until the weekend that we recently lost him, as recently as the the Thursday before, to keep his mind off of his condition as much as possible, I would call or text him and discuss your newsletter and he would relate to me a movie or particular monster or event in your childhood that he identified with and enjoyed talking about. And I would get him laughing and not thinking about his end which we both knew was getting closer.

And I thank you for relating all the wonderful stories of your childhood, he truly enjoyed them as much as I did and they did make him smile and reminisce about happier times. From the bottom of my heart, thank you, your newsletter added a lot of smiles and fun conversation and DISTRACTION to what was otherwise an unpleasant time. Thank you!

Chris R.

Chris, thank you for sharing that...the little extra time I spend writing about growing up with monster movies all seems very worth it after reading your words. Blessings to all. -Ron



New! It's An "End of the World" Epic on Blu-Ray

Here's a new Blu-Ray at Creepy Classics that will make you think as you sit out the virus. It's ON THE BEACH from 1959 with a stellar cast and an "End of the World" scenario:

ON THE BEACH (1959) - Blu-Ray
Stars Gregory Peck, Ava Gardner, Fred Astaire and Anthony Perkins. It's post nuclear war and a crew aboard a submarine reach Australia were blasts and radiation haven't reached. But, there's a massive radiation cloud coming their way and no hope of escape. How do the small group of people react? Amazing and powerful.

Get it now for fast shipping right to your'll locate it in our New Blu-Ray Department here in the bunker at Creepy Classics!



Creepy Classics is Still Shipping...Three Times A Day!

Yes, we are still packing and shipping movies, magazines, t-shirts, posters and collectibles! While you're holed up, we've got the stuff for horror and science fiction fans and are shipping them to your door.

We are shipping boxes three times a day....make one of our stops, your house!

Start shopping now and you can order on-line or call (724) 238-4317. If we can't pick-up, leave a message and we'll call back ASAP.



Happy Birthday To Monster Bash Staffer John Bishop

We extend a BIG Happy Birthday wish to our dear friend and true black and orange blooded Monster Bash staffer John Bishop. He rolls over the half-a-century mark today (Friday, April 3, 2020).

He's at an undisclosed location, behind 4 foot concrete walls watching Godzilla, Martial Arts, John Wayne movies and listening to Bill Haley & The Comets.

Happy birthday John!



...And They're Off!

These photos and this note coming in from Monster Basher Mark Glassy:

Ron...greetings. Due to shelter at home the streets are empty so the monsters got together for the "Monster 500" hot rod race and on the last lap it was a photo finish between Frankenstein's Flivver and the Wolf Man's Wagon. Having fun at home.



First Convention of the Season

As of right now, our first convention appearance for Creepy Classics will be the re-schedule CHILLER THEATRE from Kevin Clement! We're looking forward to things re-setting in June and being at CHILLER.

The re-scheduled dates are June 5-7, 2020.

Details at the CHILLER THEATRE web site, Click Here!

Here's a photo of our past set-up at CHILLER:



New! The Sci-Fi Adventure from 1935...AIR HAWKS

Now on factory sealed DVD, digitally re-mastered AIR HAWKS (1935):

AIR HAWKS (1935) - DVD
Stars Ralph Bellamy, Tala Birell, Wiley Post, Douglas Dumbrille, Robert Allen and Edward Van Sloan. Planes are mysteriously dropping from the sky on important government mail runs. Ralph Bellamy's new private mail service has got the job of delivering the goods now. Little does he know that an evil professor (Edward Van Sloan) has created a giant ray gun that zaps the planes like pesky flies out of the air. A rock 'im sock 'im science fiction adventure.

Get it on re-mastered DVD in our New DVD Department at Creepy Classics. A fun 1930s programmer that we love!



Art-back of Notre Dame by Dave Heywood

Above is a super nice color art piece by Monster Basher Dave Heywood (holed up somewhere in the deep, dark swamps of Florida). Here's what Dave said:

Hey Ron,
Here is a colored pencil drawing I did of Quasimodo. I really enjoy Charles Laughton in that role. His portrayal was excellent. Take care and see you at Monster Bash... Dave Heywood

Thanks for sharing Dave! Bash is coming....



Monster Bash June 2020

VIP Admission Memberships and Dealer Tables Available NOW!

We are GO for MONSTER BASH in June.

You won't want to miss out on this next summer's MONSTER BASH at the Double Tree Hotel in Mars, PA on June 19-21, 2020!

The place were fans, professionals and Monster Kids meet!

Guest stars:

The surviving cast members of the original THE MUNSTERS TV show, Pat Priest and Butch Patrick will be there, Ricou Browning from CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON, REVENGE OF THE CREATURE and THE CREATURE WALKS AMONG US, Arch Hall, Jr. from EGAHH, THE SADIST, THE CHOPPERS and WILD GUITAR, Kris Yeaworth technical staffers for THE BLOB, THE 4-D MAN and DINOSAURUS (and son of director Irving Yeaworth), Jeremy Ambler from TV's THE WALKING DEAD, Bill Luciani and Tony Pitocco's Life-Size, more to come!

Special presentations by historians and writers: Tom Weaver, Greg Mank, Frank Dello Stritto, Deborah Painter. Plus TV Horror Host Son of Ghoul!

Guests and events subject to weird transformation.

200 vendor tables, film festival, talks, Q&A with the fans, autographs and the amazing Monster Bash fun for the whole family!


Bill Luciani & His Life-Size Monsters...

Bill Luciani is back at MONSTER BASH June 2020 with his life-size monsters lining the hallway! Bill, along with Tony Pitocco create these amazing figures, some over seven feet tall. Their torch-wielding assistant is Paul Palmireri. Don't miss the photo-ops with these great creatures in our Horror Hall.

Reserve your 3-Day VIP admission for all events, dealer ballroom and meeting guest stars NOW! Available right now, CLICK HERE!

Note: Only a Few Left: If you are a vendor, tables are already going fast! CLICK HERE for details and to reserve your table space.

Bring the family!

And now, we have the link for booking your on-site rooms...hurry, they will sell out again:


Or, call the hotel at (724) 776-6900 and tell them you're coming in with MONSTER BASH!



Latest Monster Art from John Sargent

The above piece of work by artist John Sargent features Evelyn Ankers and Lon Chaney. Jr. as The Wolf Man.

Rumors are swirling that John's magazine MONSTER-ART #3 is in the works. Here are the covers of the first two all-color issues:

Get these two monster mags for your collection in our Monster-Art Magazine Department at Creepy Classics!



Back in Stock! The Twilight Zone Bible: Unlocking The Door

A massive volume that includes episode by episode information of the original five season THE TWILIGHT ZONE with Rod Serling. Every detail you need to know.

This is it, THE book on the TWILIGHT ZONE. Get yours right now, for immediate shipping, right to your door from the Creepy Classics zone:


By Martin Grams, Jr. The definitive, massive book on the original THE TWILIGHT ZONE series. In depth review of every single episode with interviews and photos. 800 pages of a deep look at one of the greatest television shows and vision of Rod Serling. 800 pages. Reviews:

The word DEFINITIVE is not one that should be bandied about loosely or bestowed too readily on any text. However, Martin Grams Jr.'s newest television history can, without reservation, be called definitive, essential, benchmark, and all other terms that indicate no collection should be without it. --Tony Fonseca, DEAD RECKONINGS, Spring 2009

Readers who feel they've entered this dimension before, namely via Marc Scott Zicree's TWILIGHT ZONE COMPANION years ago, are in for a treat. Grams has dug further than any other researcher into this durable anthology's creation and history, a series which included among its fans novelist Ayn Rand and actress Jodie Foster. THE TWILIGHT ZONE: UNLOCKING THE DOOR TO A TELEVISION CLASSIC is a proud testament to the series's enduring appeal. --Issue #120, Filmfax Magazine

I'm blown away by the mass of data... by the attention to the smallest detail. It puts everything else written about TWILIGHT ZONE in the shade. Monumental and fascinating and hugely informative. --William F. Nolan, famous science fiction author

Get it now, on sale, at $10 off list price in our Creepy Bookstore at Creepy Classics.




Get your copy of the latest MONSTER BASH MAGAZINE right now! Don't miss out on getting it right away from Creepy Classics...home of MONSTER BASH MAGAZINE.

This is it....what a cool ghoul issue:

Wow! This issue is packed with great articles: Bela Lugosi's Ygor, Lon Chaney's Inner Sanctum series, Jack Pierce and THE WOLF MAN, Tom Weaver's TERROR IN THE WAX MUSEUM interview, Monster Music stax of weird wax, Fan Flashbacks and more. Writers include Tom Weaver, John DeGarmo, Leonard Hayhurst, Thom Shubilla, Ron Adams...cover art by FAMOUS MONSTERS OF FILMLAND classic artist Basil Gogos!

Order before midnight, so you don't forget!, CLICK HERE, or call (724) 238-4317.

It's in our "Monster Bash Magazine Department" now at Creepy Classics!

Sample pages from the this spring forward fright-filled classic zine:



Get Your Plans in Order for THIS Year's MONSTER BASH Shows!

We are GO!

1) First off, it's the June MONSTER BASH CONFERENCE (June 19-21, 2020) at the Double Tree Hotel, Mars, PA. Hotel phone: (724) 776-6900. Ask for the Monster Bash block, or they'll say it's sold out. A few rooms are left at the time of this writing. Web site:

New June 2020 video produced by Kevin Slick:

You can get your hotel room for June on-line too, CLICK HERE.

2) Then it's the MONSTER BASH BELA LUGOSI FILM FESTIVAL (August 14-15, 2020) at The Palace Theatre, Canton, Ohio. Where most Bashers stay, The Canton Fairfield. Hotel phone: (330) 484-0300 for reservations. Web site for all the details:

New August 2020 video produced by Kevin Slick:

3) And to wrap up 2020, it's MONSTER BASH OCTOBERFEST (October 16-18, 2020) at the Marriott Pittsburgh North (Mars, PA, Cranberry Township). Web site for October's show:

Hotel reservation block open now at the discounted rate of $109 a night. Hotel phone: (724) 772-3700. Make sure to say you want the "Monster Bash" rate. Order your on-site hotel room for the October Bash now, on-line, CLICK HERE.

Get all your reservations lined up, so you are ready to BASH in 2020!

Above: The Turek Family and the Drac Family...Bashin' fun for all!



Get Your Hotel Room Booked Now for MONSTER BASH OCTOBERFEST 2020

This year's MONSTER BASH OCTOBERFEST will be at the Marriott Pittsburgh North. Guests line-up has begun....Victoria Vetri (WHEN DINOSAURS RULED THE EARTH), Elizabeth Shepherd (TOMB OF LIGEIA), Ann Robinson from THE WAR OF THE WORLDS, Pam Pierce from THE LEGEND OF BOGGY CREEK, Son of Ghoul (Ohio TV Horror Host Legend), Bill Diamond (Monster Muppeteer)....and MANY more to come.

It's October 16-18, 2020. Get your hotel room now...on-site rooms for BASH now discounted to $109 a night. CLICK HERE to book now.

Or, call and ask for the MONSTER BASH rate: (724) 772-3700.




Here's our official statement on the coronavirus and Monster Bash:

While we feel there will be a calming and control by June...

MONSTER BASH is on as scheduled, regardless of sleet, hail, high winds, torrential rains, blizzard, heat wave, flu, measles, mumps, falling arches, high death toll on the highways across the nation, death by old age (a lot of our demographic is now worried about that), gout, or coronavirus. However -- It is up to every individual to exercise the amount of caution they wish to.

Now this could change if local governments ban gatherings and we will update you here if they do. But, we feel things will be much calmer by late June.

MONSTER BASH June 19-21, details, CLICK HERE!


A Virtual Visit to Creepy Classics:

Above, a recent visit to Creepy Classics!

Two videos shot by Kevin Slick from Louisville, Colorado on a visit.

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