Reverend Thomas M. Nealeigh, Citizen of the World: HighOctaneTheatre@juno.com
1962 Chrysler Imperial LeBaron, still stock: black w/white leather interior, 413 engine, push-button transmission, full power package and "rocket ship" taillights. Not a hearse, true, but rare (only 1400 made that year). Affectionately named "the Batmobile."
I am an ordained minister, able to conduct weddings and funerals (and I've done both -- though on separate occasions). I am also the writer of "Jeremy Sifter: For Hire," which appears in the comic book High Octane Theatre. While I'm not much for hobbies, my interests include martial arts, performance art, horror films and body modifcation. I've loved hearses since seeing my boyhood hero, the local "Fright Show" announcer Dr. Creep, driving one to his personal appearances. I'll never forget the day outside the studio where I recorded my show, "The Reverend Tommy Gunn's Radio Program," after I had interviewed members of the Phantom Coaches, as we sat by their coaches watching my car have an electrical fire. Ah, the memories.