A Blog By Ruben Stanley (aka Patrick Bingham)

Greetings my friends! I'm glad you've joined me. My blog reveals the secrets and the lies within the pages of Zombacter: Center City Contagion. This pile of rubbish was put forth by my nemesis, Professor Jake Northrop, under one of his pseudonyms. He's done these things to discredit and destroy me but I will have you know the truth. I will show you the day by day happenings in the Potterfield Bioengineering Facility that led to the tragic Center City Contagion. I will take you on a journey of pain. Pain that I endured during my transformation into what I am today. Pain that will never end and it is ALL JAKE NORTHROP'S FAULT!































Sunday

Underground Monster Carnival

This is an old school carnival themed convention with prizes, costume contest, B-movie-style film room, haunted room, special Coney Island style exibits, vendors, fun workshops, music and much much more..!
Ruben Stanley (Ehem...Sean Bingham) will be on hand to discuss his latest Sci-Fi zombie novel, Zombacter, along with his second book in the Zombacter series.

We will post numerous signs, throughout the property, directing traffic to the appropriate gate.
For the collector in everyone the show will be filled with vendors selling sci-fi, fantasy, horror, steampunk, and low-brow arts and crafts,  as well as comics, books, movies, and apparel.
What kind of event would this be if we didn't encourage EVERYONE to get dressed up! We want to see monsters, super heroes, movie/tv characters, scary creatures from beyond, sexy pin-ups and rockabilly greasers, steampunk, anime/cosplay, and of course we LOVE anyone who gets creative and creates something new! Why dress up you ask? Well, wouldn't you like to win a great prize from one of our fabulous sponsors? Of course you would everyone loves to win!!!

Maps & Directions call:
(405) 948-6704

Getting to State Fair Park
State Fair Park is located just northeast of the I-40 & I-44 intersection, at the 10th St. East exit off of I-44. State Fair Park is spread out over 435 acres, and is one of the largest, most versatile facilities in the nation.

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