LUTHERVILLE, Md. - Steve and his wife Marianne are "2 Good 2 Be True." The two Towson University teachers of makeup design would like to invite you over to their home today....
You can hear the purr of traffic along Seminary Avenue. On this October Friday night, the clouds and moon slow dance above. But below, in the shadows, walks the "Timoniac."
"The 'Timoniac' is my alter ego from the Timonium Scaregrounds," Steve said.
The Timonium Scaregrounds is ready to haunt you in Historic Lutherville. Bauer says haunting as the Timoniac is "absolutely the most fun I've ever had."
He has his wife Marianne met back in college. The formed a group called The Jokesters. They moved to Los Angeles and for 13 years, they starred on TV, on stage, and in the makeup room. They have even played the White House nine times. But parents get up there in age and that lured the two back east.
When mom came to live with them, she was in failing health. Over a course of 14 days, she fell down 11 times. The Lutherville Volunteer Fire Department came into the house for help.
"Each time they came out, they were friendly, professional and for that I will never forget them, ever," Steve said.
So for five bucks you can walk the haunted tour, where you go house to house, to house, to house and all the money goes to the firehouse.
The fun starts Saturday night, October 19th at 7:30-10:30 at 206 West Seminary Avenue. Parking is available at St. Johns United Methodist Church.
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