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2005 TOUR PICTURES

PICTURES OF THE

THRILLMASTERS

2005 TOUR


Dr. Death (AKA Wildman Al) jumped a hearst off a 7 foot high dirt pile and didn't go to far as the weight of the hearst was extremely heavy and his speed was not so hot. For a stunt in front of a live audience it was a bust. The boos came down hard. But this is live action stunts with no replays like TV. In live shows it is a hit or miss.

                                   



Crash Moreau's school bus hits the Steel Wall.



 

 


 


Steel Wall Crashes and rolls off the top of  Crash Moreau's speeding Bus.

     



 


 

Wildman Al hits the first car of the areial domino crash.






 

The Torpedo Stunt was performed by Crash Moreau of the THRILLMASTERS STUNT SHOW at Lake Erie Speedway in 2005.



 


 





   


Firewalker Al performs for the THRILLMASTERS STUNT SHOW at Lake Erie Speedway under the trademark name of Captain Explosion which is a registered trademark of Crash Moreau.




 


Crash Moreau performing a Steel Wall Crash with a convertible at Lake Erie Speedway.


   




ARROWHEAD STEEL WALL by Crash Moreau in a pick-up.






  A KAMIKAZEE DROP by Crash Moreau











 

This is a blast of Captain Explosion's Dooms Day Chair while performing with the Legends Stunt Show at the Cattarugus County Fair.










Mike Jock standing by his donated junkers at Malone, NY for Crash Moreau to crash into during the performance of The Imperial Stunt Drivers..


 



Crash Moreau's SCHOOL BUS STEEL WALL on June 22 at the Lebanon Valley Speedway in New York. One of three stunts performed by the THRILLMASTERS.




The Doug Danger's Legends 2005 Stunt Show Crew. From left to right:Lou "The Rocket" Re, Crash Moreau, Danger Girl Mel, Doug Danger, Wild Bill Dominic, Tim Chitwood.




Wildman Al hitting an elevated rampway into an AERIAL DOMINO CRASH performed as one of the stunts for the THRILLMASTERS at the Lebanon Valley Speedway in June.





                                        

CRASH O'DARE THE CLOWN


CRASH MOREAU AKA

 CRASH O'DARE

 THE DAREDEVIL CLOWN







CRASH'S ROAD CARS OVER THE YEARS


 EVERY ROAD CAR THAT CRASH USED HAS BEEN LETTERED UP SO EVERY ONE KNOWS THAT HE IS PART OF THE PERFORMANCE THAT WILL BE PERFORMING AT WHAT EVER VENUE HE GOES TO. IT IS VERY INTERESTING TO NOTE THAT VERY SELDOM HE IS EVER STOPPED BY THE POLICE. BUT ONE TIME HE WAS STOPPED BY A STATE TROOPER ONLY  TO FIND OUT WHERE HE WAS GOING TO BE PERFORMING AT.

Crash stands by his car in 2008. The change this year was all new lettering. We now have over 271,000 miles on this car.






Crash standing by his Pontiac during the 2007 season. The big change this year was the lettering on the car. This has been one of the best cars that I have ever had on the road. This picture was taken by my friend Delana  from Proctorville, Ohio at the Ona Speedway in West Virginia.





Crash by his Pontiac which he used in 2004, 2005 and 2006 seasons.





Crash used this Olsmobile during the 2003 and first part of 2004. It was later used in the promotional poster for the New Zealand Tour of Auto Rodeo Prague in the winter of 2004-2005 season down under which is their summer season.



Crash used this van for a couple of seasons and occassionally takes it to shows when he needs to haul one of his trailors.





I used this Geo Metro for a few years. I even pulled a trailer with this 3 cylinder car. It didn't get good gas milage with the trailer on and top speed was maybe 35 going up some hills. I still have the car and can use this car for the suicidal drag, standing boardwall crash on the roof or even a human battering ram on the hood.






. Crash seen here getting ready to do a show at the Bloomsburg Fair in 2001 with the Doug Danger's Stunt Show. The semi's in the background is the convoy of equipment of Brooks & Done Neon Circus Tour which was playing that evening at the fair


Crash standing by his Ford Ltd in the 90's.








Crash standing by his K-car at the fairgrounds at Springfield Maine in the 80's.







Crash standing by his 1971 Ford LTD which he bought at the end of the 1980 tour of the World Series of Thrills in Bellefountain Ohio. He used this car for the next 3 years touring the country. If you look close their is a go-kart that is on the roof. On a few occasions he performed solid flaming wooden barrier crashes with this cart but never did get any pictures of performing with this monster machine that went over 70mph with only inches from being on the ground.


 This is the car that I used for a couple of years around 1974. It was an x police cruiser that got better gas milage when I traveled at 80mph than 55.




My red Dodge that I traveled around the country for a couple of years. This was the only car that I ever had that I was stopped by numerous police departments in the country as I stood out with a set of snowplow lights mounted on the roof.




The same car but painted white. I never did get stopped when this car was this color. For the seasons that I had this car out I worked mainly with Bill Siros's Thrill-a-rama stunt show based out of Houston, Texas.





This is my school bus jump that I built in back of Stacey's Motel in Brewer, Maine in the late 70's with my friend Rick Carter who did all the welding on the jump. I toured one full season in Canada with the jump than the next couple of years I performed various jumps thru out the Northeast all the way down to PA.



Crash standing in front of his bus in 2006. This bus was used more than 25 years ago for a feature act on the Canadian Auto Circus  as their was a ramp built on it so he could jump a car over the top of the bus.  But with the high cost of insurance and the price of gasoline it has been parked. It only averaged 4 miles per gallon. Picture courtsey of Award Productions.