- Mar 26, 2017
- North Woodstock NH
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I've been working as a rides attendant for the past 3 years. They needed a new wolfman last minute and since I have facial hair they asked me,( most of the other employees are teenagers). I also have an acting background with community theater.What was the job interview like?
Also, I remember going to 'Clarks' as a child (I'm 49 now) even have pictures, but I don't remember anything about a 'Wolfman'. So now I'm scratching my head has a life ling 'New Englander' feeling that I've been cheated out of part of my childhood.
If you read American Gods, by Neil Gaiman, you'll find:Congrats, Clark’s Trading Post is the oldest roadside attraction in the USA. You’re now a part of history! My family first visited Clark’s in 1955. Lots of visits since. Many years ago I had a patient whose brother was one of the early wolfmen. Cool stuff.
It was nice to meet you Joe.I was camping in NH last week. We were driving past Clark's so I had to drop in for old time's sake. The big scary Wolfman was outside the gift shop signing a stuffed animal for some mom's now grown-up son. He's not nearly as scary when he's holding a plushie. Good to meet you!
We went by Six Gun City two weeks ago on the way to Santa's Village, it's a ghost town.I remember going to Clarks Trading Post as a child, a very long time ago. The bears and the Wolfman were so cool.
We went to all of the usual touristy parks, Six Gun City, Santa's Village, StoryLand, Polar Caves, etc. Fast forward 30 years, I made sure my kids had the same adventures. My youngest son said he wanted to be the Wolfman at Clarks when he grew up. I showed him your post today and he was so happy for you! Congratulations, to enjoy your job makes it less than work!!!