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Something about that place always seemed so ominous! I found that show frightening yet compelling and couldn't take my eyes from it. Too this day I count it as a big influence on my personality and art life!

Thanks, Karen Your Comment: I am trying to create an extension to "The Library of Chicago Radio and Children's TV" including local professional wrestling and roller derby page. Some days if we ran faster than usual or our teachers would let us out a little early, we would always see Orion Samuelson (who I believe is still on WGN TV and Radio), who would have a 1 minute show called "Perspective" (I think).