Saturday, May 31, 2014

Today in History (May 31)

In 1977, the trans-Alaska oil pipeline, three years in the making, was completed.
It took all of Horace's energy to convince the workers that the first oil transferred from one end to another should not be that of olive.

Today in History (May 30th)

In 1431, Joan of Arc, condemned as a heretic, was burned at the stake in Rouen, France.
With the wink of an eye and a confident chuckle, the soon to be saint vanished into nothingness, leaving nothing but the crackle of flames and a goose egg behind.

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Today in History (May 28)

In 1929, the first all-color talking picture, "On with the Show," opened in New York.
Horace was able to convince the audience that the screen in front of them didn't lead into a separate dimension that they bought tickets to spy upon.
This, of course, was a lie fabricated by the time detective to offer a bit of comfort. In reality, the alternate dimension still exists, and is still planning something. 

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Today in History (May 27)

In 1929, Charles A. Lindbergh Jr. married Anne Morrow in Englewood, New Jersey.
Their child, Charles Augustus Lindbergh Jr., would of course become one of the greatest time traveling toddler detectives in the history of meta-history. 

Monday, May 26, 2014

Today in History (May 26)

In 1969, the Apollo 10 astronauts returned to Earth after a successful eight-day dress rehearsal for the first manned moon landing.
In an interview, Horace was told that even though the astronauts felt they phoned in the dress rehearsal, they were confident they would come alive in front of an audience.

Today in history (May 25)

In 1935, Babe Ruth hit the 714th and final home run of his career, for the Boston Braves, in a game against the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Upon asking Horace if he knew the lucky fan who caught the ball, our favorite time detective simply said "No, but I shook hands with the guy that Babe Ruth vomited on after his eighth celebratory whiskey that night."

Lighting up Time

Artist Drew Moss has brought to life this illustration of Horace investigating one of the famed goose eggs of our adventures. Drew is open to commissions. Find him at

Saturday, May 24, 2014

Becoming One with the Gods

Winnie and Rickey have found themselves in the presence of an enormous old god with an even more enormous thirst. Come to think of it, Winnie's a bit parched, too.

As generous as he is adventurous

No scam. That's what Horace has decided to do as a thank you to his clients.
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We will do a drawing on June 1st.
Until then, make your time count.

Friday, May 16, 2014

Eclipsing the Candlelight

Wildly talented artist Drew Moss has shown us a pre-inked stage of his portrait of Horace, who peers into a goose's egg in the candlelight in an effort to further understand its secrets.
Look at his work- that is all we will ask of you today.

Through the dark gate

Artist, musician, and genuinely awesome guy Pete Mitchell (of No More Kings fame) offers his character sketches for his illustration of episodes ten and eleven of Horace Kentucky. Makes ya wonder what's going on, huh?

On the case!

What's coming up for Horace? The return of Queen Victoria, Necromancers, Andrew Jackson, Annie Oakley, the Bell Witch, and some journeys into the future.
(Horace doesn't want me to mention this, but we've also caught audio of a case that brought him face to face with his own past... If he doesn't catch on, I'll let you in on it.)

Sunday, May 11, 2014

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Our Starlet

I've known Winnie Wheatworth for quite a while. She's a smoky and sultry example of every quality that defines a woman. Her voice may not be quite as feminine as her soft and curvy features, but come on... THIS is who plays her in the other dimension?  

Kevin Bartolomucci has been a writer/actor/comedian/storyteller for over 20 years. He is a co-founder of Runs With Scissors Improv Comedy Troupe and First Draft Productions. For the last 10 years, First Draft has produced many sketch comedy shows, several Audience Interactive Murder Mysteries, and currently perform in 'Wide Open Floor', an eclectic variety show produced at Barking Legs Theater in Chattanooga, TN. Kevin has performed in “A Christmas Carol” and “The Wizard of Oz” at the Chattanooga Theatre Centre, as Friar Lawrence in Nine Worthies production of "Romeo and Juliet", and as John R. Neal in the 'Scopes Monkey Trial' reenactment in Dayton, TN. Recently, Kevin has portrayed Christmas Past in "A Christmas Carol: The Broadway Musical", Thenardier in "Les Miserables", and John J. Astor IV in "Titanic the Musical" with Closed Door Entertainment. He has also appeared in several short films and the independent features “Ghost of the Needle" and “Coal River Crossing”. In his spare time, Kevin writes plays, enjoys urban hiking, reads books, smokes pipes, and is a guide with Chattanooga Ghost Tours.

Saturday, May 10, 2014

Slick Rickey

Now, this is just ridiculous. THIS is alternate dimension Ranch-Hand Rickey? Where's the slack jawed look of wonder? Where are the distant stares? There aren't even mustard stains on his shirt!
Hunter Rodgers is an actor and writer, which is to say he makes silly voices and scribbles rude words on bathroom walls. If you'd like to see more of him, you can find him on Youtube under Hunterdoes. Or you can view his website at

A Dry Throat on a Foggy Morn

Winnie and Rickey have gone back to living a normal life of flapjacks and hard liquor since we last heard from them. Normal turns into abnormal, however, when Winnie discovers that all the alcohol in the world has disappeared. And what's with that weird fog and the mini earthquakes?

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Friday, May 9, 2014

Queen for a play

It would take a strong performer to portray our dimension's Queen Victoria. In this peculiar other dimension, that is certainly the case.

Lizzie Chazen, a native of Chattanooga,received her BA in Drama from the University of Vermont in 2006.   In College Lizzie took the opportunity to travel abroad and gain a deeper knowledge of her craft.  She studied movement at the Friches Theatre Urbain in Paris and took master classes at The Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford-upon Avon.  After getting her degree, Lizzie moved to NYC where she enrolled at The Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute taking intensive classes on script analysis and method acting studying under Lola Cohen.  In 2007 Lizzie became an intern at the Looking Glass Theatre in NYC where she produced staged readings and new playwright festivals.  In 2009 Lizzie returned to Chattanooga and quickly became an integral part of the theatre community.  Not only has she taught theatre at Normal Park Upper School, The Chattanooga Theatre Centre and The Hunter Art Museum, she has starred in many CTC productions including A Street Car Named Desire and The Producers. She is currentlyrepresented by Talent Trek in Nashville and continues to audition for commercials and films in the southeast. She is thrilled to be working with the Chattanooga Theatre Centre in her new position as Youth Theatre and Education Associate and looks forward to all the incredible work to come!!

Tuesday, May 6, 2014

A Temporal Oddity

It's all about balances, folks. Time, space- all of it. So it's not surprise that when Horace's transmission from his adventure with Attila the Hun went a bit wacky, he received a tip of the scales from another time and space altogether.
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A sketch in time

News keeps coming about this alternate dimension wherein all of this is a performance piece. Apparently, Horace and his gang has been immortalized in well used ink.

Apparently, the artist in question is reachable at all these internet-type places:
Tony Aros
Available for commissions via (Comic Art Blog) (Traditional Art Blog) (Deviant Art page)

Apparently again, he has drawn things like this in the past:

Hunday bloody Hunday

Attila wasn't what Horace really expected, but hopefully that means he's a bit of a pushover.

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In another dimension: part 2

In this theoretic dimension where all of Horace's life is one big show, Jeff Parker has probably become dangerously exhausted after portraying all the characters he has. His HK credits include War, Einstein, Lizard Nerd, Smitty Cobblestone, and one of those screaming men in the first episode of "Attila the Fun".

Jeff Parker is an Assistant Professor of Theatre at Metropolitan State University of Denver. Previously he spent five years teaching Voice and Speech for Chattanooga State's Professional Actor Training Program. His voice can be heard on a motley assortment of Disney Records, Web-Series, and DVD Special Features. He thinks Dakota Brown is America's Douglas Adams, and is grateful for the chance to have fun with such great characters!

In another dimension: Part 1

There is a  theory that, in an alternate dimension, the people and creatures that interact with Horace Kentucky (and even Horace himself) are actually characters portrayed by actors. Within this theory, Eric "Red" Wyatt plays the "Customer" and "Attila the Hun" in the "Attila the Fun" case. Bizarre stuff. It is important to note, too, that the customer will soon return as a major player in a future Horace Kentucky Adventure.

Eric "Red" Wyatt is a native of Hixson, Tennessee. He received his G.E.D. at Chattanooga State Community College and later attended Chattanooga State as a college student, taking a double major of Professional Acting and Computer Science. He graduated the Professional Actor Training Program of Chattanooga State in May 2012. He has been seen on stage in The Pillowman (Michal), Dear Brutus (Matey), The Tempest (Gonzalo), Avenue Q (Bad Idea Bear), Jekyll and Hyde, Seussical: The Musical, City of Angels, The Nutcracker Christmas Carol, and others. In addition to acting, Red also has experience in playwriting, directing, stage managing, and is the Resident Sound Designer for Chattanooga's only regularly producing professional theatre, the Ensemble Theatre of Chattanooga. Wanting to act since he was age 13, Red loves the thrill of being on stage and entertaining audiences, whether that entertainment be comedy, drama, or tragedy. His current career goal is to become a career voice actor, but any acting job will do, really...

Sunday, May 4, 2014

Death defied, War denied

Despite a temporal anomaly causing a bizarre echo, the first part of Horace's adventure in a universe where war and death have ceased in their entirety begins here.
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As stated in a previous entry, space and time are very relative. Calling this a "conclusion" is a bit silly, because it was much more of a beginning.
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My Little Horsemen

Horace meets a lot of people on his journeys. He meets quite a bit of "not people" as well.
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A bad egg

Like all things in the ever expanding awesomeness of space and time, death is subjective.
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An apple a day!

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She was not amused.

There are various vehicles in our lives (outside of automobiles, mind you) that take us from journey to journey. For Horace, Queen Victoria was one of the most important vehicles of all.
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Life is cyclical. As such, calling this "first" blog "beginnings" is highly relative. For Horace, however, this was indeed a new beginning.
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