Where We Were: Texas Frightmare Weekend 2010

Our photographer takes us inside the horrific Texas Frightmare Weekend.

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Jason, Michael and Freddy greeted visitors to Texas Frightmare Weekend at the Sheraton Grand Hotel DFW.
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Some fans decorated their vehicles for the occasion that attracted horror movie fans from around the world.
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Fans waited in lines stretching around corners and down narrow hallways for hours to meet event headliner John Carpenter.
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Elated fans (like our photographer Jamie DeLoma) had the opportunity to take a photo with John and have him autograph items related to his legendary works.
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One of the cars used in "Christine" was on display at the convention -- as were related items, like these books.
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One of the cars from "Christine" was on display.
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Cast and crew of horror movies participated in Q&A sessions throughout the event. "Blood Night: The Legend of Mary Hatchet" star Bill Moseley, left, and director Frank Sabatella spoke with convention participants.
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The hotel's restaurant served up an event-appropriate menu.
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A larger-than-life Alien lurked around the event.
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Stars of horror movies offered their autographs, generally for about $25-35.
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Movie star Lance Henriksen signs an autograph for a lucky fan.
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John Amplas, of "Dawn of the Dead" fame, signs a photo for a fan.
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Keith Gordon, of "Christine," speaks with fans.
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The convention featured a live auction with items used in movies.
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The convention featured a live auction with items used in movies.
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It took some fans, who dressed up in various costumes, hours to get into the sold-out convention.
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The convention featured a livey auction with items used in movies.
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The cast of "Christine" met for one of the first time since the movie was completed nearly three decades ago, and answered fans' questions.
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Throughout the event, there were horror-related props and decorations.
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