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Inspiration Comes From the Oddest Places

generic_celebrity-ghost-stories_320x240I love “Celebrity Ghost Stories”.  There, I’ve said it.

They don’t try to prove or disprove the existence of ghosts.  They are just well trained storytellers telling their ghost stories.

I’m in heaven!

Okay, okay — the subtitle could more accurately be “Hollywood Sees Dead People” (which I totally ripped off from Saturday Night Live – and which you can see here on hulu.)  but hey, what a perfect sentiment.

You may note that the logo doesn’t show the face of an actual celebrity, but then the show doesn’t either.  It’s not as bad as “I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here!” (who are you again…?), but for all of us character actor fans, this is like old home week.

The show schedule is just as oddball as some of their choices (Did anyone else see Tom Arnold?  Was he or wasn’t he completely stoned?) and I’d try to help you catch an episode to check out yourself, but they (Biography channel) don’t make it easy.  I’m sorry, but I’m not up at 3am on Monday, January 25th.  Well, I might be, but I’ll be cursing and bemoaning my insomnia, not watching celebrities curse and bemoan their bewildering paranormal experiences.  Of course, this next episode features Barry Williams, Debi Mazar, Greg Grunberg and Sammy Hagar, so I might tune in.  Or I might watch it online.  After all, are any of us surprised that Sammy Hagar sees ghosts?

Happy Haunts,

Susan Scot Fry

Caper Company Tours

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4 thoughts on “Inspiration Comes From the Oddest Places

  1. Hi Susan! Welcome back! I had been wondering when you’d drop by with another groovy guest post. I have not watched a full epi of this series in its entirety yet. I always seem to fall asleep. (Not because it’s boring. I seem to do that if I just sit in front of the tube these days!) But now I might make more of a concerted effort. (Or set the DVR so it catches it!)

  2. Hi Court!
    Very happy to be back swinging. Producing Shakespeare in the Park here in Milwaukee is a full time endeavor, so Haunt Spots has been taking a back seat. I’m working on new tours again – trying to fit everything in. Fingers are crossed.

  3. Woops, wrote the response and then accidentally closed the window. Yes, Sammy Hagar–Cabo Wabo (his tequila line). No doubt, he’s been taste testing the batches. Or, he’s seeing ghosts of bad songs he did with Van Halen. It still haunts me. hee hee

  4. BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA to your comment, Autumnforest! Hysterical.

    Susan, good gravy! You inspire me. I don’t know how you do both. Impressive. Well, thanks very much as always for the guest blogs. MUCH fun!

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