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This is a new page that is dedicated to the stuntmen who I have met over the years and stunts that I have seen in my travels.


The crew of the Doug Danger Stunt Spectacular relaxing after a show. From left to right: Wildman Al Sleep, Doug Danger, Loe The Rocket Re, Mayor Bob, ________, and Crash Moreau.






At the Lebanon Valley Speedway you will see Doug Rose (sitting on the side of his hauler) as he is working on his jet car. The Green Mamba litterly burns cars into a pile of moulton metal. We have worked many shows over the years together.






Crash Moreau met the original Kite-Cycle Man at a dragway just east of Columbus one year. Here Crash is with Bob Correl who was showing Crash his jet motorcycle in the back of the truck. Later Bob jumped his Kite-Cycle.






At the Great Wayne County Fair in Honesdale, Pa on a sunny afternoon Crash found Mike Lynch and Austrailain Lawrence Legion after they performed in Mike Foster's Night Of Thrills stunt show.






Pictured here is Tricky Travelstead of The Extreme Stunt Show at the County Fairgrounds in Bowling Green, KY looking over the schedule for the nights performance of the stunt show with Wildman Al Sleep.






This was the first time I saw Bret Marshall perform and later I have seen Bret performing on many circus shows thru out the country. This jump and show took place at Gouvinor, NY's County Fair. My friend Egg Roll was the announcer for this free show.





The first back-flip over a monster truck took place during bike week at Loudon, New Hampshire. This jumper was from New Hampshire and jumped over Jeff Bursey's Towarsaurus Wrex in the parking lot of a warehouse just outside of Loudon.






A picture of Sky Lungston jumping his motorcycle from ramp to ground. Look how far he is jumping as he cleared the car parked in his line of flight.





Later in the day Sky Lungston jumped a small distance on this ramp to ramp jump with a super wide landing ramp which was over 16 feet wide when most jumpers used only an 8 foot wide ramp for this small distance jump. No wonder the promoter of this event went belly-up.


Former thrill show clown and stunt performer Peter Lartique of Motor Madness / Imperial Hell Drivers last scene peddling Lemonaide