We survived the terror of the Ghouls Gone Wild parade! Actually, the parade was a lot of fun and we had a great time putting together our float out of "repurposed" materials from the Exhibits Shop. On our float, we decided to portray a campy '50s sci-fi horror movie as directed by Ed Wood, in drag. Aliens crash landed their flying saucer into the old Wiley Post Historical Society building, turning all the humans into zombies. Not to fear, 3-D Debbie and her faithful robot, Bazark, were there to save the day with their laserbeams. I'll let the photos do the rest of the talking :-)
David and his scary alien eye.
Getting the float ready for the road!
Is it time to start yet?
We had offers of people who wanted to be abducted.
Every float's better with a dancing robot.
And here we go down the street!
Great fun with creative people! Thanks OK Gazette for the Ghouls Gone Wild Parade!