I met Linda Blair back in the '90s at a haunted hayride. The only picture they had available was this godawful shot from The Exorcist that I don't even think was really her because her head was on backwards. To make it worse, she was masturbating with the cross in the photo! WTF?!?! I asked her assistant if they had a NICE picture of her and she snapped at me, "NO! That's all we have!" When I finally got to talk to her and ask her to sign it for me, she was an absolute sweetheart. I figured she must have been sick of talking about The Exorcist so I told her how I had seen Wild Horse Hank on TV when I was a kid and loved it. I mentioned one horrible scene where she had to shoot her horse and told her how it stuck with me and I had never forgotten it. Her whole face lit up and she said, "Thank you SO much!" Sometimes you just have to make a little effort to bring something new to the table and these people will really open up and appreciate it. Of course, this isn't always the case. Danielle Harris seemed completely annoyed with me when I told her how I loved Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead. She didn't have any pictures from it and signed a photo from one of her Halloween movies with a signature that looked like a bunch of loops. I threw it away. I still love DTMTBD but have no use for Danielle or any of her shitty Halloween movies.