Tuesday, April 13, 2010

The sexy men of True Blood behind the scenes video from Details magazine

Check out Russell Edgington house in Missisppi -could this be the carriage house ?

From Club Dead

"The only place I haven't checked is Russell Edging-ton's compound--his mansion, with its outbuildings. It would be amazing if Russell were rash enough to keep another vampire prisoner in his own home. But he's been king for a hundred years. It could be that he is that confident. Maybe I could sneak in over the wall, but I wouldn't come out again. The grounds are patrolled by Weres. It's very unlikely we'll get access to such a secure place, and he won't invite us in except in very unusual circumstances."......

Then we pulled up into a driveway and stopped at a gate. A bearded vampire came up and peered in the window, looking at all the occupants carefully. He was far more alert than the indifferent guard at Alcide's apartment building. I heard an electronic hum, and the gate opened. We went up a driveway (I could hear the gravel crunching) and then we swung around in front of a mansion. It was lit up like a birthday cake, and as Eric carefully extracted me from the limo, I could see we were under a porte cochere that was as fancy as all get-out. Even the carport had columns. I expected to see Vivian Leigh come down the steps.......
Behind the mansion, there was indeed a smallish swimming pool, covered for the winter by a huge black
tarp. It had weighted edges that extended far beyond the actual perimeter of the pool. The tiny pool
house was completely dark. I moved silently down a pathway created with uneven flagstones, and after I
passed through a gap in a dense hedge, I found myself in a paved area. With my enhanced vision, I was
able to see instantly that I had found the courtyard in front of the former stables. It was a large edifice
sided with white clapboards, and the second story (where Bubba had spotted apartments) had
gable-style windows. Though his was the fanciest garage I had ever seen, the bays for cars did not have doors, but open archways. I could count four vehicles parked inside, from the limo

National Historic Landmark, Longwood is the beneficiary of the 2010 Pilgrimage Garden Club Natchez Antiques Forum.Longwood (Natchez, Mississippi) Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
U.S. National Register of Historic Places
U.S. National Historic Landmark
Mississippi Landmark Longwood in 2008

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Sookie goes to Mississippi- HBO vampire series films at Longwood

By Cain Madden The Natchez Democrat

NATCHEZ — The fictional town of Bon Temps, La., came to life in Natchez Monday.

An HBO series, “True Blood,” was filming four episodes at Longwood all day Monday and into the early morning hours today.

Natchez got lucky in snagging the crew, said local Ed Godfrey, who scouted and managed the location for the filming company as a volunteer.
Producer and Director Mark McNair, center, directs the filming.

Photo by Ben Hillyer

Producer and Director Mark McNair, center, directs the filming.

“They decided the series could go for a while, so they started buying set products to sell when the series ended,” Godfrey said. “The man who used to be with the Louisiana film commission is a Natchez native, and he got them up here antiques shopping.”

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True Blood Music Video of the Day: Us against the world by Westlife

Us against the world by Westlife

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