The authors of this book will celebrate its release by scattering the newly-discovered ashes of Bundy Drive Boy John Decker at Harvard's Fogg Museum which hangs Decker's greatest hoax, a fake Rembrandt. Variety, Vanity Fair and other magazines have expressed interest in running features.
Greg Mank is the author of several well-regarded film history books, including "It's Alive! The Classic Cinema Saga of Frankenstein" and "Karloff and Lugosi: A Haunting Collaboration," as well as many magazine features and DVD commentaries. Mr. Heard is a leading collector of Hollywood memorabilia, including the paintings and scrapbooks of John Decker, the central "Bundy Drive Boy." He makes his living as a stockbroker and lives in Dallas, TX. Bill Nelson is an indefatigable researcher, on the quest for Bundy Drive Boys material for over a decade. Bill is the force behind oddballbooks.com.