I've done numerous seminars with local libraries and they are always fun crowds
Of what my "acting" abilitys may provide:
Ravens Grin Inn
Wed. July 7 @ 6:00pm
Mount Morris Public Library
Catch a glimpse into the warped and wacky world of Jim Warfield, proprietor of the Ravens Grin Inn,a year-round haunted house in Mount Carroll, Il.
"Ravens Grin Inn...an underground legend amoung haunted house connoisseurs across the US."
Please maintain a respectful distance as prolonged exposure to Jim has been known to produce a tempoary, dementia-like state!
To express your intrest and reserve a seat for this program, please call the library at 734-4927. This program is suitable for children and adults alike.
Now I get my own personal warning label! As I cause dementia!
Pretty funny stuff!
I love it. Where's my hitler moustache? Were you wearing it last, Eva?"
When I thought the audience was beginning to zone-out I got everyone's attetion and they all jumped up somewhat in their chairs! It was funny! They laughed.
They asked a fair amount of questions concerning everything, mostly about the supernatural aspects of my haunted haunted house. I played-down the purely scary aspects of it and the few extreme stories some tell (because I have alot of trouble believing those stories myself!)
"The glowing, flaming eyes, floated across the bedroom, the hatchet stuck in the wall right beside my head!"...Yah, sure. Right.
I realised long ago that I can sometimes terrorize some people when I tell about the hauntings here , because the events actually did happen and I think this honesty comes through as I speak about those things whether I really want that honesty to be there or not, that is why I often put some purely silly things in my presentation to provide an automatic emotional disclaimer for those becoming overly concerned or frightened in an extreme way.
Laughter does wonderful things.
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