Updated: July 27, 2007
2007-06-24 - HIGH TEC. SCIENCE
Here are some pictures of June Lockhart and Bob May at
the South Florida Science Museum. When I found out they
were going to be there, I contacted the director,
and then I heard from Richard Newman, the owner of the
original Lost In Space Robot that was going to be there.
I told him how I was a big LIS fan and why because of my
deployment, I couldn't make it to their Robo-fest.
When he told me that he had discussed it with June Lockhart
and Bob May and that they would be sending me out a special
gift package to me. When I heard that, I sent out some
Operation Iraqi Freedom coffee cups, two large prints of our
US Navy Customs Battalion, and a cartoon for Bob May of the
Robot in combat fatigues. Im told Bob especially loved the
cartoon because he was a former Army vet.
I asked for some photos to be taken of them holding the stuff
I sent them, and they also sent in return two autographed
photos, plus a talking key chain LIS Robot!
June Lockhart's birthday was also celebrated there that weekend
in June, and the local paper also did a nice write up about the
"Robo-fest" and how Lost in Space continues to be very popular.
One fan drove 40 miles out of his way to see the stars.
Here are the photos, plus links, http://hightechscience.org/