This video clip from 1997 first popped its head up on the Weird Wide Web last year. Originally a brilliantly funny instructional video found by the curators of theand Minnesota thrift store, on an old VHS tape. With the bad fashion of the presenter, her sudden unexplained appearance topless, and hysterically delivered dead-pan lines like, "I’ll show you how to reach a cybersex climax. We’ll also visit others who have mastered the art of one-handed typing." It's a gem of a find.
Literally the most unerotic video about sex you may ever see. The delay in her typing, and the response, in typing lines like. "I'm very horny and I'm looking for some good cybersex are you interested?" To which our pervert at the other end of the dial-up connection replies, "Yesssssssssss" is classically creepy 90s chatroom/cybersex foreplay.
Aside from referencing his abduction experiences, Hart uses his puppets to push a strong anti-drugs and alcohol message on the TV show. Assisted by a cast of characters that look like they are either acid casualties, or currently tripping off their faces. The heavy use of blue-screen and Chroma Key, ultra low-budget production values, along with the creepy cast of puppets, and Hart's strange singing voice, make for one of the strangest TV experiences anyone will ever see.
Players spun the large Green Ghost (supposedly modelled on The Blob), to tell them how many spaces to move. As they collected keys to the trapdoors, and searched for the 12 hidden "ghost kids", one of which was called Kelly, and was the lost child of the Green Ghost. But which one? When all 12 ghost kids have been retrieved from the traps, they are placed in little holes on the Green Ghost spinner. The spinner is spun one last time, and whichever child he points to is Kelly, and the player that found that child is declared the winner.
The shop and the land they owned was a desert ghost town, where in the largest building Calvin built his Fantasy Doll Theater, which was powered by a windmill he had built. Along with a clever contraption of strings, pulleys, hidden tape recorders and animatronics, trained ventriloquist Calvin would put on shows. He carved the heads and made the bodies of over 8 dolls, which Ruby clothed. Most were female, and often based on friends, family and celebrities. The couple were childless, and Calvin often referred to his dolls as his children. The collection spread out for hundreds of yards along the roadside, either side of the shop. Each doll named, and carrying a sign around its neck.
More Sunday sermon madness, with Christian literature from yesteryear. Featuring classic tracts from of America's most renowned pulpit pounding preachers, like C. S. Lovett and V. W. Grant. We have the satanic hell that is "modern dance", and how the devil is forcing you to eat food that makes you fat. As well as Jogging For Jesus and we are asked the question Does God Ever Talk Through Cats?
This jolly little film ends with the infamous scene (as if some of the scenes aren't bad enough already), of him committing suicide by stabbing himself while ejaculating. And they wonder why it was banned.