Dr. Bill Bass went to FrightWorks to sign his books and meet his fans on Oct. 6 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Bass has been a renowned forensic of anthropology, created UT's Body Farm, and a New York Times Best-Selling Author for his fiction and non-fiction horror novels with Jon Jefferson.
When Rob Goblyn, FrightWorks Coordinator was asked how he felt about Bass's appearance he said that it's an honor because Bass is such a talented scientist and author.
Bass has also been the author of more than 200 scientific publications and has been honored as National Professor of the Year by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education.
Bass was accompanied by other authors including Ken Newman, C. David Conner, William Morris and James Grea.
"I think this is a wonderful event. Especially for anyone who writes any kind of dark book, like what Dr. Bill Bass does or what I do or what any of the authors do that were here. I think this is the perfect venue to display and showcase any of that," said Grea, a visitor and author attending.
"I think this is a wonderful event. Especially for anyone who writes any kind of dark book, like what Dr. Bill Bass does or what I do or what any of the authors do that were here," said James Grea.
FrightWorks is a haunted attraction consisting of two haunted houses as of 2011. FrightWorks first opened in 1999 and after six years later closed down. FrightWorks took a few years off and decided to reopen again. This year marks their fourth year reopening.
FrightWorks hosts events every year that target the benefiting of all things filled with horror.