Time for one last treat? I think so. Myself and Jim have long desired to see Millennium given an audio book treatment in the same vein as the sterling creations by Big Finish Productions. These guys kept their own beloved franchise alive in this format during it’s long hiatus and whilst we wait for for a movie we see no reason why the desire for more Millennium should not be capitalised upon. With that in mind I set about trying to organise a little something to treat you all with for Halloween.
Sarah-Jane Redmond, Van Quattro, Missy Crider and Barry Levy all freely gave of their time to record a few Halloween poems and greetings to you, the fans. Please join with me in thanking them for the warmth and kindness they have afforded this campaign and for the sheer enthusiasm they have for what we are doing and for Millennium. Additional thanks to Kristen Cloke and Jeff Parise who tried to find time to do the same but who’s busy lives demanded their attention. We thank you all for everything.
That said, Happy Halloween to one and all from all the team at BackToFrankBlack and a few famous faces to boot. We hope you have had a wonderful Halloween and we thank you for all your support over the last thirteen months!
Van Quattro (Willi Borgsen) brings us the haunting tale of a man filled with fear about the prospect of ghostly apparitions visiting him on the spookiest night of the year.
Missy Crider (Janette Vitti) speaks of two lovers drawn together by circumstance who patiently wait for their miracle to come.
Barry W Levy (Braylock) tells this traditional tale of the Devil’s liege herself. A perfect poem for Millennium fans and the spooky season.
Missy Crider gives us one extra treat with a cute little poem about the magic of Halloween.
Hopefully these will be available for you all to download in the very near future. I am putting together a nice package for you all including an alternative version of Sarah-Jane’s recording and video footage of Barry’s. Once it’s all ready, you will be the first to know. Additional thanks to Laura and Frank at Spooktalkular.com for helping me out when our resident audio expert was in Chicago and to Graham P Smith for helping make Sarah-Jane’s contribution possible as well as providing technical support along the way. We thank you all for everything.