Street Dogs and Master Escape Artist Curtis Lovell will be teaming up for another adrenaline rushing performance at Pico Park in the city of Grand Terrace, California. During last year’s Halloween, he performed Houdini’s, “Buried Alive” in front of 1500 participants. On October 30th, 2009, Curtis will perform the stunt called, “Hangman”, where he finds himself suspended in the air a hundred and seventy feet off the ground and in a straitjacket. The very rope that is strapped to his feet will then be lit on fire, pushing his composure to the edge. As soon as the straitjacket is off, Curtis will be handcuffed and lowered into a tank of water as part of the second performance. The tank will then be sealed off and Curtis will find himself on the verge of another brilliant performance.
Street Dogs helped Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum unveil their Alfred Hitchcock figure in an event in front of Graumann’s Chinese Theatre. Contestants auditioned for the best blood-curddling scream while standing in a shower, a tribute to the famous scene in Hitchcock’s classic film, “Psycho.” Hitchcock leading lady Tippi Hedren (“The Birds,” “Marney”) was there to help pick the winner, whose scream will be immortalized in Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum on Hollywood Boulevard when it opens in August.