Tag: Count Gregula

The Unknown World of the Annual Paranormal Convention

The Unknown World of the Annual Paranormal Convention
Greetings! September is here and that means the BEAST time of the year is right around the creepy corner. To kick off the 2019 Halloveen Season, I vas invited to be Master of Ceremonies at “The Unknown World of the Annual Paranormal Convention” on September 21st at the Bridgeview Park District. It vill be a... Read more »

Recap: Zombie Dust Tapping at the Celtic Crown Public House

Recap: Zombie Dust Tapping at the Celtic Crown Public House
Well, 2018 is here, man it’s so weird to see 20 instead of 19 in these dates, I’ll guess I’ll skip it and just call it ‘18. Being dead for almost 40 years these dates can really throw you off. Well anyway, my friend Count Gregula and the Countess had some sort of tap party,... Read more »

15 Years of Gregula Halloweens

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On a Halloween night back in 1998, Count Gregula arose from his centuries-long slumber to attend a party hosted by Chicago’s very own Host with the Most, Svengoolie at The House of Monsters. Back then, Da Count looked a bit different… The original incarnation of Count Gregula circa 1998 with Svengoolie and the “Mrs.” This look... Read more »
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Happy Halloveen

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Happy Halloveen to all of YOU from all of US at Count Gregula’s Crypt! Connect vith Count Gregula’s Crypt 1) Like us on Facebook. 2) Subscribe to us, type your email address in the box and click the “Create Subscription” button. Our list is completely spam free, and you can opt out at any time.

Count and Countess Gregula Appear at Fables Studios on October 11th

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Here I am in unliving color promoting my October 11th haunt appearance vith Countess Gregula! Come SHRIEK us out at Fables Studios Interactive Haunted Attraction in Morton Grove, Illinois! Play the video if you D-A-R-E!!! General Admission Tickets: $15 Fear City 2013 / Fables Carnivale Combo: $35 Fear City 2013 / Fables Carnivale VIP Combo: $45 Date:... Read more »

Happy Boo-Day, Count Gregula!

Happy Boo-Day, Count Gregula!
Today is the Boo-Day of our very own Count Gregula!!! Without him this blog would not even exist, so in honor of his Day of Incarnation, I want to devote this blog post to the most wonderful Vampire in the entire World! May you have many more blogs to post for several afterlives to come!... Read more »
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Happy 1st Boo-Day to My Blog

Happy 1st Boo-Day to My Blog
Today (August 9, 2013) marks the 1st AnniverSCARY of my blog here on ChicagoNow. I can’t believe an entire year has gone by already! It vas a Spook-tacular year vith 130+ posts now under my cape, COUNTless events covered, thousands of pics taken and new fiends/fans/subscribers added! Countess Gregula has been a great help in... Read more »

Event Recap: Opening Night of CIMMfest No. 5 [PHOTOS]

Count Gregula & I had the extreme pleasure of attending the opening festivities on Thursday night at CIMMfest No. 5.  When we arrived at Constellation, drenched from a sudden rainstorm, we were pleasantly surprised to see that complimentary food and drink were provided for the attendees. A bit later with dry clothes  and full bellies, we entered the small... Read more »

Event Recap: Staged Reading of 'I’ve Got a Life in Kalamazoo' at MBC [PHOTOS]

Countess & I vent to the Sunday, April 14th matinee performance of I’ve Got a Life in Kalamazoo at the Museum of Broadcast Communications (MBC). This vas a very interesting and unique event to say the least because it vas billed as a staged reading of a sitcom in development in front of a live audience. On that Sunday afternoon there vas about 200 people... Read more »
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Event Recap: Chicago Critics Film Fest at Muvico Rosemont 18 [PHOTOS]

Count Gregula and I had the extreme pleasure of attending the first ever Chicago Critics Film Fest that took place on April 12-14, 2013.  It was a fun weekend full of movie screenings, parties and celebrity meetings. The ball got rolling on Friday evening when we viewed the opening movie “Stories We Tell“, a documentary by... Read more »