Cool busts of FX characters outside Comic-Con.

Lifelike bust of Baskets the Clown, from the FX comedy series Baskets.
Lifelike bust of Baskets the Clown, from the FX comedy series Baskets.

Outside 2016 San Diego Comic-Con, in the park directly in front of the Bayfront Hilton, the FX television channel has created a uniquely interesting FXhibition! The exhibition includes six cool busts of characters that have appeared on various FX shows. A couple of the sculptured heads are eerily lifelike. Take a look!

Quinlan, a vampire/human hybrid from the FX series The Strain.
Quinlan, a vampire/human hybrid from the FX series The Strain.
Frank Reynolds as The Troll, from the episode The Nightman Cometh in It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
Frank Reynolds as The Troll, from the episode The Nightman Cometh in It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
The White Nun, from American Horror Story: Asylum.
The White Nun, from American Horror Story: Asylum.
Pam Poovey, from Archer, an animated spy comedy series on FX.
Pam Poovey, from Archer, an animated spy comedy series on FX.
Gorbachaka the Troll, from the FX sitcom Man Seeking Woman.
Gorbachaka the Troll, from the FX sitcom Man Seeking Woman.

Comic-Con is almost over for 2016, and this will probably be my final blog post concerning it. I hope you enjoyed the ride! Now it’s on to other cool stuff around San Diego. Next up . . . another super special tour at the San Diego Museum of Art! So please stay tuned!

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Monsters, aliens and trolls on a Haunted Trail!

monsters, aliens and trolls in balboa park

Yikes! Look at the creatures I spotted lurking among the trees on the west side of Balboa Park! That big one looks like a gigantic bloody yeti with goat hooves. Watch out!

What are scary monsters, aliens and trolls doing in Balboa Park? They’re being created for Halloween . . . to populate The Haunted Trail! Sunday afternoon I spotted the huge creatures under construction behind a fence. Look how high that bloody monster stands compared to the step ladder! I also observed a human dummy in an electric chair and loads of more weird, grotesque scenery.

San Diego’s unique Haunted Trail has been raising goosebumps for years now. Looks like visitors to this dark outdoor “haunted house” will be in for a lot of screaming!

future entrance to the haunted trail

Here’s the spooky castle-like entrance to The Haunted Trail!