Greetings. I'm your Cyber Crypt horror host, Count Gregula. My Spook-tacular site is based on personal experiences of mine in the horror industry & beyond! Here you vill find links pertaining to our horror hosting show (Count Gregula's Crypt), horror/sci-fi conventions, The Munsters, ghosts, ghouls, blood, gore & MORE!!! So... lay back, turn on your speakers and grab a nice 'cold one' (preferably a Type O) to 'drain' vhile surfing my unique and ghoulish offering right here on the Vorld Vide Veb of Horror!
FYI, I just added more sinister links over at the left navigational list for your viewing displeasure. Also, please feel free to 'leave your mark' in my guestbook and map before your untimely departure so I know vho 'dropped' in this humble home of horror. After the first visit, I'm certain you'll be DYING for another taste of blood very soon...
Count Gregula's Crypt debuted February 15, 2005 on Comcast Channel 99 in NW Indiana. The first hosted movie aired was the 1959 classic The Hideous Sun Demon. Initial filming took place on location from Chicago's Navy Pier on Halloween 2004.
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UPCOMING GREGULA CAST APPEARANCES
Evil Intentions Haunted House October 10 | Elgin Casket Company | Elgin, IL | Count Gregula Appearance
"A Horrible Time On Television" (March 7, 2012 11:00 am - Count Gregula)
An original poster entitled "A Horrible Time On Television" illustrated by Joel Robinson that pays tribute to the Horror Hosts from today and the beyond. Count & Countess Gregula are extremely honored to be included! For every poster sold, Sons Of Witches MC2 contributes to the Shriner�s Hospital for Burns in Cincinnati, Ohio. The posters vill debut and be sold at HorrorHound Weekend Columbus at the Sons Of Witches MC2 booth in addition to Joel Robinson�s booth from March 22-24 in Columbus, Ohio./b>