Dennis Spielman

The real and imaginative adventures of Dennis Spielman

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Modern Haunted House still

Modern Haunted House

Hashtag Modern Haunted House Problems.

Featuring the talents of Brian Gililland, Pallas, and myself, Dennis Spielman.

This was the second of two stories we filmed on location at Factory Obscura’s Beyond in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. See their next exhibition at

Somehow, the house also mysteriously placed glasses on me when it got angry. Magic! Honestly, I didn’t realize I had put my glasses back on in between takes. I also didn’t realize that I made that mistake again when editing until it was pointed out by Pallas when I was reviewing it with them. It’s funny and weird, so I decided just to keep in the mistake. It was the best take after all.

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Vacca Territory - photo by Dennis Spielman

Vacca Territory

In Yukon, Vacca Territory crafts handmade small batch Italian semifreddo (ice cream), specialty coffees, cinnamon rolls, breakfast sandwiches, scones, muffins, cookies, and more. In this interview, Mike Gray talks about the creamery and coffeehouse located on Route 66.

Cinnamon Rolls at Vacca Territory - photo by Dennis Spielman

I personally had both a mocha and the peanut butter ice cream, which you can see pictured in the video thumbnail. They were delicious! If you find yourself in Yukon or doing a Route 66 road trip, give the whole building they’re in a visit. There’s another restaurant, Yocal, that I’ve heard good things about, but they are in the process of moving to a bigger spot in the same building, so there may be another story soon.

Oklahoma State Fair - photo by Dennis Spielman

Oklahoma State Fair Food of 2017

On the opening day of the 2017 Oklahoma State Fair, I tried out some different foods, wandered around, and meet with eight different food vendors. Get hungry for the bigger, better, best Oklahoma State Fair.

I only ate the tacos and mac-and-cheese. Both were awesome and I can see why the tacos won the award for best new food. I also walked over 15,000 steps.

Hope you have fun at the fair!

Sunset V

Sunset V - photo by Dennis Spielman
This photo was one of those once in a lifetime opportunities. This skyline is actually on the east, opposite of the sunset on the west.

You can buy this photo at 500px.

The Crashing of Heaven and Hell Cover Session

Today I had a photo session with Carolina Gonzalez to model as Cassie/Virus for the cover of my book, The Crashing of Heaven and Hell. It was a great shoot. I’m still trying to make up my mind on the cover, but here are three great pictures.

Right now, I’m waiting for some feedback on the book from some of my friends to make sure everything makes sense and that there are no plot holes. Once I hear back, I’ll do one more revision and have it edited. YAY!

Also, possible book description:
It was so beautiful, yet so terrible, to see the crashed islands of Heaven and Hell naked on the planet’s surface. To blurt out how and why would be a great insult to everyone involved. To be truly enlightened, or entertained if you’re an Atheist, you must know the series of events that happened on the day Heaven and Hell came crashing down. Follow the normal lives of several people on the Green Planet as they deal with vengeful actors, kidnapping robots, making a documentary, a disappearing moon, scavengers in space, a zombie rights protest, and the Gods’ schemes to cause the planet’s heaven and hell to crash on the surface. Take an amazing journey on Hell’s wicked roller coaster, fly with angels in heaven, shop in a futuristic mall in the shape of a crystalline horse, run from a giant three headed dog on a hover board, meet some fascinating people, and get involved in the Gods’ drama in Dennis Spielman’s book, The Crashing of Heaven and Hell.

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