A visual collection of items that serve as the main inspiration for "The Adventures of Great Grandmother Beady Dine" spy fiction adventure album.
You may recognize the "Red Elvises" from their bad guy roles in the movie Six String Samurai
The condition of the figures - one charred, another only scorched, another almost untouched - showed that the blast, equivalent to 35,00 tons of TNT, was discriminating in its effects. As one phase of the atomic test, the village and figures help guide civil defense planning - and make clear that even amid atomic holocaust careful planning could save lives.
The Nikki's Coffeeshop scene was based on this wonderous location
The SR-71 Blackbird is the inspiration for the 'Dolorosa' mobile research facility aircraft in Track 13 of Beady Dine
Top 10 Modern Unsolved Mysteries of the World - Top 10 Lists
Ayn Rand: a Major influence in the creation of the Beady Dine character
The Whistler ~ May 16, 1942 - Sept. 22,1955 ~ It was the most popular mystery drama of it's time. ~ " I am the Whistler, and I know many things, for I walk by night. I know many strange tales, many secrets hidden in the hearts of men and women who have stepped into the shadows. I know the nameless terrors of which they dare not speak"
Honestly, one of my favorite directors as well as people. Wanting to be like his hero Orson Welles, Edward D. Wood Jr. wrote, directed, produced, and acted in his own films. They were poorly done and not well-received in his day, but given what the man had to work with and a low budget he did pretty damn well. Ed Wood I feel like is the very soul of determination, persistence, and doing what you love no matter what.
Edward D. Wood, Jr.
The Outer Limits never dissapoints