Halloween weekend has passed us, and I had to update you on my exploits at The Chiller Theatre Expo! Check their website, as many fans contribute their own photos-my interests may not be the same as yours! I got my Paul Revere and the Raiders- Greatest Hits LP signed by Mark Lindsay (at right)! There was an I Dream of Jeannie reunion that I did not partake in, but had to walk through and take a look at Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman and Bill Daily. I also did get to meet Richard Roundtree (photo below), Patricia Quinn- photo below (Magenta from Rocky Horror), Zacherley the Cool Ghoul, Ernie Hudson, Patty Duke, and Gomez Addams himself-- John Astin! He and I had a lovely conversation about headstands; here's what he told me..."I was always pretty good at doing them, so whenever the story called for it, I just popped up and did one. Every so often if I was tired or not feeling 100% I would have them put one of those donut shaped pillows under the carpet, but for the most part, I did all my headstands without a worry." He said it had been awhile since he'd done one, but wouldn't rule out ever doing one again, "never say never, there's no fun in that!" He is heavily associated with the John's Hopkins Theatre Department in Baltimore, and Mr. Astin performs a one man Edgar Allan Poe show from time to time that I have not gotten a chance to see, but would love to. Keep your eyes peeled for this guy, upside down, or right side up! Below is a YouTube clip of him reading Edgar Allan Poe's "The Raven" a couple of years ago. I had Chiller originator Kevin Clement on the Fun Machine a couple of weeks ago because Chiller celebrated it's 20th anniversary this year, check the archive here- and here's a pic of the cake!