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HERE ARE PICTURES OF ONE OF MY EARLIER SHOWS
at Oswego Speedway



Crash Moreau performs a Double Steel Wall Crash.










Looney Tunes Gary Conklin driving the white car as he is setting his site on the stack of burning barrels in the Barrel Crash.









Crash Moreau AKA ,Captain Explosion is getting ready to explode his Dooms Day Chair. This act will be scene on Whacked Out Sports this winter on Spike TV.









The Dooms Day Chair explodes into hundreds of pieces as it explodes 18 inches from Captain Explosions head.









You can see how big the explosion was from the grandstands angle.










After the explosion of the Dooms Day Chair the safety crew comes to the aid of the Captain.










Wildman Al is ready to crash thru this flaming inferno which is a tar paper shack set on fire.










Al Sleep Jr is riding ontop of a Thrillmaster Car as it prepares to crash thru a burning wooden barrier.










In the flames is our speeding auto with AL, Jr. riding on top of the car crashing thru the burning wooden barrier.(This act is not like other thrill shows where the stuntman lies on the hood and only his head hits the wall. In this stunt the whole body hits the wooden structure. This is not a wimp act.)









After crashing thru the wooden barrier Al, Jr. is still standing. (The Thrillmaster is the only American Thrill Show performing the standing boardwall crash on top of a speeding car.)









Crash Moreau is headed to smash and crash his way thru a wall of cars that he calls his TORPEDO CRASH. Hopefully he will go under the top car of the pile before it lands on him as he has no roll-bars for protection.








Crash Moreau driving the auto. On impact of the Torpedo Crash you see the fiery explosion about to happen.










Crash is coming out from under the carnage of the Torpedo Crash.

MISC PICTURES OF PAST

Crash Moreau standing besides the whirybird of Bill Siros Thrill-a-rama Stunt Show that was based in Houston, Texas. This helicopter was first used by Gene Leadbetter of Pensacolar Florida the year before when it worked on John Anderson's World Series of Thrills in 1980. At this time in 1981 and 82 Fearless Bobby Siros jumped over the copter many times without injuries. In September Gary (Looney Tunes) Conklin of New Jersey broke his back while jumping the same jump in Allentown, PA.


Another stunt that Crash Moreau came up with was a stuntman lying on a bed of nails while being runned over by a motorcycle. This stunt was first done on Crash's International Thrillmasters in the late 80's. This photo was taken on the Paul Riddell's Imperial Hell Drivers / Motor Madness Show a few years ago. The stuntman lying down is Bill Zerlesko.