Savage Lifestyle and Drag Queen Trivia with Tabitha Stevens!
Tabitha Stevens is joined by TV producer Gary Orona in a riveting discussion dissecting topics such as: fun in Las Vegas at Drag Queen Trivia, are blondes random and insane, Tabitha is a savage, Gary is a wilderness snob, attack of the bighorn sheep, Rock Vault and Rock of Ages in Vegas and many more critical points of concern!
Tabitha Stevens is joined by TV producer Gary Orona in a riveting discussion while broadcasting live. They discuss important topics such as: do supermodels have turkey necks, are women more likely to cross dress than men, does posing nude with only accessories count as proper cosplay, is wearing a gas mask for a photo shoot fun and many more critical points of concern!
There are clues to the reality of the horror at Lake Lucifer sprinkled everywhere.
This code written on an abandoned truck at one of the locations has a greater meaning. The question is what does it mean and will Dr. Bane Hunter find it and decipher it before whatever is alive in that mine shaft kills him?
There are sky orbs in Lake Lucifer episode #1. Karma is obsessed with them. What are they? It has been proposed that these things falling from the sky are Demons or Aliens or Mythical Creatures. If that’s the case then Karma wouldn’t technically be a serial killer right? Oh dear…
Gary Orona is well known for his wild locations. He takes his productions all over the world and specializes in deep exotic wilderness where there are literally no roads or trails. So as Producer/Director of Lake Lucifer the series, it is no surprise that we see landscapes that have probably never been filmed before.
In the final scene sequence of episode #1 the mysterious woman is topless wearing only blue jeans on top of a savage looking red rock outcrop high on a craggy, primal cliff top playing a Didgeridoo. There have been quite a few fans wondering where on Earth this location is? Guesses have ranged from Valley of Fire, Goblin Valley, Red Rocks Nevada and one fan even suggested its in Peru! All wrong says Gary Orona.
When pressed harder on this location we captured very few clues from the secretive and tight lipped Mr. Orona. “Let’s just say that she was a trooper to tolerate the extreme hike it took to get there” commented Orona. “It’s not in a National Park, or State Park as I really avoid those tourist traps. It’s way off grid, rarely visited due to its double diamond trekking difficulty and it’s near a giant cesspool created by a dam on the Colorado River,” he laughed.