The thing that really got my attention about your project "Bloody Bobby" was that it is based off of an urban legend. Can you explain a little about the history of the urban legend?
The urban legend goes back as far as 1988. When little Bobby Maxwell a 10 year old kid went missing that Halloween night. He wasn't a popular kid at all, kind of a loner. He didn't have a lot of friends, a matter of fact he was bullied and picked on my his peers. So he wasn't the kind of kid that got invited to a lot of parties. But that Halloween he got invited to one. He left his house the house that night in a home made costume, and was never heard from again.
Weeks the town of Fall Creek Valley was turned upside down looking for Bobby. No clues, no leads, no suspects or witnesses. The case went cold and Bobby Maxwell was forgotten about.
Until 20 years later, on the anniversary of his death several people reported seeing a child walking the streets dressed in the same costume that Bobby Maxwell went missing in way back in 1988. To make things more intense 8 people were brutally murdered. The killer was never found, and urban legend of the Fall Creek Valley Massacre began.
3 years ago while I was drunk at a Halloween party I came up with this story. Friends and family loved it. So before I started writing the script, I went online and planted the urban legend to live in cyber space. Well the Internet took it and ran with it. All I did was plant it, the fans of the legend grew it. Over the years I have found tales of Bloody Bobby sightings, pictures, fan art, even a Bloody Bobby short movie. Have to love the Internet fans.