Around the convention
Having a great time. Wish you were here.
So read the postcard
my friends and I signed and mailed to Peter during the con, postmarked
from Manchester. What was the picture on the postcard? A view of the
lobby of the Sachas Hotel where Chronicles '98 was held. (The Sachas
was kind enough to provide every room with such picturesque postcards.)
Hope it gave him a giggle anyway...
My convention badge
the colors around the outside circle are from the scanner beam
bouncing off the lamination. I liked it and decided to leave it that
way! The blue dot marks me as a member of the ROG (Real Old Guy) mailing
list. The yellow dot signifies the PWFC (Peter Wingfield Fan Club).
It's the Four Horsewomen of the Apocalypse!
Former Highlander staff writer Gillian Horvath.
Along with her partner in crime, Highlander writer Donna Lettow, Gillian
gave fans attending the extended Saturday script-to-screen panel the
"Peter Wingfield consolation prize" a showing of the
outtakes of the "Revelation 6:8" quickening which consisted
of Peter against a blue-screen backdrop faking an orgasm for 10 minutes.
Needless to say, words cannot possibly describe that particular, er, viewing experience....
But since I've received e-mails from prurient minds wanting more info
;-) I'll attempt to go into more detail on the Revelation
quickening (along with some trivia about filming quickenings in
We also saw outtakes of the "Comes a Horseman" car scene
(aka the Jimmy scene), which were fascinating to watch because Peter
and Adrian played the scene differently with every take, even changing
the wording and order of lines spoken in the scene a film editor's
nightmare! Here are more details on the Jimmy
Gillian or Donna (I forget which) also told a Peter
anecdote (with a very minor spoiler) about the filming of the final
Highlander episode, "Not To Be."
Marcus Testory (Caspian) and Ye Webmaster (that's me)
During the charity auction these Stella Artois coasters were tossed to the audience at
I hadn't planned to take part in the auction I was just saving a seat for the
following guest talks but when I saw one of the glasses used
in the Stella Artois ad (perhaps the one Peter drank from) going for
only the minimum bid of £5, I had to step in I bid £6 and got
Despite the possibility of certain DNA attached to the rim
of the glass, I'm proud to say I was not above drinking from it. However,
I washed the glass first!