Thats the deadly dish from Kay Aguilar, director of the Phantom Coaches Hearse Club, wholl be driving her done-up dead sled at the 8th Annual Hearse and Procession Show in Costa Mesa, California, on October 28.
According to Aguilar, driving a rad, refurbished hearse has some serious stigma, and the questions asked about the ride arent always smart.
Explains Aguilar: People always ask if theres a body in the back. Theyre not very creative when trying to talk to me.
But driving the death mobile wasnt always a fun time for Aguilar.
She says, It used to stink, but not from what youd think. The flowers on the top of the caskets would leak water, and it would rot at the bottom of the floor pad. It used to creep me out. I had to rip it apart.
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