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The Ed Gein Collection
12-31-2006, 08:21 PM

(Kevin Klemm, Holly Stevens, Robert Rhine and Charlotte Stokely sign the 2007 Girls and Corpses Calendar)

Well, another year has come and gone. When I looked back on 2006 and counted my blessings, my haunt family was right up there on the top of my list.

Thank you all for your continued support over the years. I wouldn’t be in business without you!

2006 Highlights

1. I created the corpses for a Fox Television Pilot called “13 Graves”. Unfortunately, it didn’t get picked up for the fall season 
2. I created some props for a show on the Discovery Channel called “Most Evil”.
3. I made three corpses for a French heavy metal band called “Phazm”. They are being used as part of their stage show for their current European Tour. (http://www.truephazm.com/news.php)
4. I had two Art Shows in Los Angeles this year.
5. I created a special hanging corpse light for Rob Zombie. It’s now hanging in his office. He was really cool to hang out with and talk about music and movies. He rules!

Looking forward to 2007…..

Corpses as Art? Heck yeah! I am participating in an art show in New York City in April.

You asked for it and you got it! Girls and Corpses Magazine is coming out next month as an actual print magazine.

So anyway, thanks for your continued support. It was for the Haunted Attraction industry that I made my first corpse and I’m looking to forward to creating many more for you in the years to come.

Take care, and have a great 2007!


Jim Warfield
12-31-2006, 08:58 PM
Just incase nobody has told you this for a minute or two, I think your stuff is really funny!
The young beautiful Babes hanging around the corpse takes the image of the "Gold Digger" one silly step further.
"Do you think she only likes him for his money?"

The Ed Gein Collection
01-01-2007, 06:08 PM
Thanks Jim.

Believe it or not, but a lot of people still don't get the joke. We think of ourselves as an adult humor magazine for the horror crowd. Kind of like taking Rue Morgue and National Lampoon and burying them with Uncle Harry for a couple of years, then digging them up to see what they turned into.

We're rotten, smelly and hopefully funny.

We still get e-mails everyday asking if the corpses are real. In response to that, our Deaditor-in-Chief Robert Steven Rhine interveiwed me about where I get our corpses. I in turn spill the beans on my fair trade agreement with various third world countries ( a la Starbucks) in which I trade comics for corpses. I also let the cat out of the bag about Hollywood using real corpses in their CSI television shows.


As long as there are sick and twisted people such as you in the world, we will always have an audience. :twisted:


Jim Warfield
01-01-2007, 07:15 PM
It is much harder to feel Death's sting when we are laughing like loonatics, I like to laugh alot.
I don't see death as the joke, the fact that we were ever born in the first place is the joke.....

Greg Chrise
01-01-2007, 07:20 PM
Where can I get a hat like that?

Dan Faupel
01-04-2007, 12:17 AM
I love G&C, and think it's great that you guys are finally going to a print magazine!...congrats Kevin, and keep us posted!

Mr Nightmarez
01-04-2007, 05:12 AM

Where do I subscribe! :wink:

The Ed Gein Collection
01-09-2007, 01:34 AM
Thanks everyone. We have some really cool stuff coming out, and a special "Celebrity" covergirl for our debut print issue.

Keep checking the website (www.girlsandcorpses.com) for subscription info.