"I remember it
like it was yesterday. The gang at the Long Beach Deathrock
club, Release the Bats, asked me if I want to bring the
patrons that attended my goth/industrial club called Absynthe,
to go with them to a day at Disneyland. Of course I said
yes, since we did cross promotions with each other.
I came up with meeting times & spots with a group photo
for each spot, as well as a scavenger hunt for the day and
fine tuned the name. All of this with only 80 people at
the very first year back in 1999, I thought it was really
It is just amazing that Bats Day
in the Fun Park has turned into a huge weekend event that
has people coming from all over the world, to partake in
all this fun. In 2005 there was over 1800 people that came
to the Spooky Disneyland Trip alone.
I want to thank Release the Bats
for putting this spark into me.
Spooky, Kookie, Creepy. Those are
3 words that have followed Noah K his whole life. A native
to California, growing up in the San Fernando Valley, Noah
K has been Djaying and running events since the late 80's.
Noah's loves cartoons, old horror movies, weird stock footage
film, Bats, Oingo Boingo, Day of the Dead art, gargoyles
and Disneyland's Haunted Mansion.
When Noah isn't busy with all the
craziness in his life, he can be found doing graphic arts
for a living. Graphic arts, is something that he got into
after retiring from special effects and make up, that he
did for 13 years.
Noah Korda is available for weddings,
parties, wakes, bowling and bar mitzvahs. ;p