A Tribute to Frank
In the early years of this decade, friends and tenants of The Blue House had a cherished friend. His name was Frank McRoosterson. Originally, Frank was cast to play a role in a local independent film, titled The Rave, but soon became a household icon among local citizens. The legend of Frank eventually spread throughout the nation, especially following his surprise appearance at a talent show in Panama City, Florida. Frank performed a stand-up comedy act that was well praised by critics. One famous comedian stated, “Frank’s comic genius is unparalleled. This could be the beginning of a longstanding act.”
Yet, in life, things have a way of entering a downward spiral, and this trend was no different for Frank. As the decade wore on, he entered into a parasitic friendship with Turkhold, a renowned hustler and rogue. The two forged a duo and were witnessed tramping around town and engaging in rascal-like behavior. Soon after, Frank was never heard from again. The Blue House still speculates on the whereabouts of their beloved friend. Wherever he is, The Blue House wishes him well.
The following video is a tribute to Frank. It also briefly summarizes Frank’s short existence in The Blue House’s social domain. Enjoy this memorial that was created by Whittler’s Meadow of Knoxville shortly after his disappearance. While the video may seem simple, it accurately reflects Frank’s simple passion for life.