Bones, Hansel, and Mini Hanging Meat

Here are three more corpses that I don’t have a whole lot to say about. Mini Hanging Meat The “Mini Hanging Meat” is a miniature version of Casey. I have yet to find appropriately scaled chains or clothing for him, and I haven’t decided on a name. Bones Bones was a quick corpse I built for Green Bay Fear, and Read More …

Nasir, a Sex Doll for Necrophiliacs

I’ve been saying for a long time that once I got the hang of corpse-building, that I would eventually make a sex doll for necrophiliacs. I wasn’t joking. Allow me to introduce “Nasir”. Nasir’s Namesake There’s no shortage of cute guys I could have named him after. I chose Nasir, a character from Spartacus played by Pana Hema Taylor. I Read More …

Brodie, the Disemboweled Corpse

This corpse was inspired by the movie Deathgasm. I’ve named him after the main character, but it was Brodie’s aunt who is the real inspiration for the corpse. During the scene that includes the epic dildo fight, Brodie disembowels his possessed aunt. Her intestines spill to the floor and she proceeds to walk right through them. The Build This corpse Read More …

My [Mostly] Completed Battle Jacket

This is my battle jacket – that I began before my road trip, and now completed (for all intents and purposes). Featured Patches The jacket features my favorite horror-comedy movies, including Deathgasm (back patch), Dead Alive, Ghostbusters, and Evil Dead. Other patches allude to my road trip, Necrophilia, and other philosophies. Missing Patches I’m thinking about getting an Apocalyptica patch, Read More …

Welcome to the Freak Show

During my trip, I felt undeserving of the title “crust punk” or “gutter punk” because I had a cushy truck with air conditioning. I was living a more comfortable life than the other punks I had met. But now that the trip is over and I’ve settled into my new temporary living conditions, I think I have earned the title. Read More …

Deathgasm & the Battle Jacket

One of the regrets I have about going on the North American Tour was that it meant suspending my haunt work. After all, there’s not enough room in the van for my tools and supplies, and no work space to continue building corpses or other props. But after watching the movie “Deathgasm“, I was inspired to finally get around to Read More …

Hitchhiker Kyle, the Newest Addition to My Family of Corpses

With my law practice winding down, I found myself with far too much time on my hands. Most of the work I still have to do to effectuate this transition doesn’t need to be done until June. That left me sitting on the couch, flipping channels, and lamenting the lack of decent daytime programming. I decided to build one last corpse before Read More …

If the Gothic Nomad Was a Haunt Character

Tonight, I officially finished constructing a project that I’ve been working on since I got back from TransWorld last month. The premise was pretty simple: build a costume for the Gothic Nomad. I wanted to build something that I could wear should I choose to do some guerilla haunting while I’m on the road. Practicality guided the design aesthetics. I tried Read More …

New Femur Prosthetic

My travel plans this year pretty much rule out the possibility of working on Wrecked at the Weidner again. So I decided to create a new femur prosthetic for the production crew as a parting gift. A Durable and Reusable Prosthetic My original piece consisted of a chopped up plastic prop bone and layers of tissue, latex, and paint. It probably would Read More …