Jamie Stephenson Obituary, Death – Jamie Stephenson, the person who was accountable for the conception of the Baxter Avenue Morgue, has recently vacated the premises. He was responsible for its establishment. Jamie, who had been a devotee of the Halloween celebration his entire life, had spent the better part of the past four decades spreading his enthusiasm for the event to individuals from all over the world. He had been a fan of the holiday for the entirety of his life.
In the dim and distant past, he was also connected with Haunted Run and Nightmare Run, both of which are video games that are fairly similar to Danger Run and have many similarities with it. In the 1990s, he was an active member of the Nightmare Network and participated in a number of its activities. Not only was he involved in the development of the Baxter Avenue Morgue, but he also helped establish the first Caufield’s Halloween Parade.
In addition to this, he worked on the production of the Baxter Avenue Morgue. As a result of the passing of Jamie, who played a pivotal role in the evolution of Halloween into what it is today in Louisville, the light emanating from our jack-o’-lanterns is a little bit less than it used to be. To the tens of thousands of people around the region whose lives have been enriched by the memories and traditions that you have established, we would like to convey our gratitude for the contributions that you have made to their lives. For everything that you’ve done, it’s important to us that you know how grateful we are. Please know that you and all of your loved ones are in all of our thoughts and prayers as you go through this trying time. Rest in peace Jamie.