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Norman Bates Is Coming To Dallas! BATES MOTEL’s Freddie Highmore Added To TEXAS FRIGHTMARE!

This is an exciting addition to the already incredible line-up of guests for the upcoming Texas Frightmare convention. and the Shock Waves gang will all be there. And now it looks like Norman Bates is coming to Dallas! Freddie Highmore from A&E’s BATES MOTEL joins his fellow cast mates Max Thieriot and Nestor Carbonell. And not only that, but yours truly, will be moderating the BATES MOTEL panel at the convention! Below is the full press release!

DALLAS, TX March 21, 2017 — Freddie Highmore, the PHYSCHOtic Norman Bates on A&E’s hit TV show Bates Motel, is joining the already stellar guest line-up at Texas Frightmare Weekend this May 5-7 in Dallas, TX! This appearance will mark Highmore’s US convention debut.

Highmore joins previously announced Texas Frightmare Weekend guests and Bates Motel stars Nestor Carbonell (Lost, The Dark Knight) and Max Theriot (Jumper, House at the End of the Street).

Texas Frightmare Weekend founder Loyd Cryer says, “We’re excited to have the opportunity to host this amazing actor for at his very first US convention. We think there will be many fans of Bates Motel that will be excited to meet him at the event.”

Other guests confirmed to attend the 12th annual Texas Frightmare Weekend are Malcolm McDowell (A Clockwork Orange), legendary Italian director Dario Argento (Suspiria), the cast of the Netflix hit series Stranger Things including Millie Bobby Brown, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin & Mark Steger, creepy child actor Danny Lloyd (The Shining), Wilford Brimley and over 50 more horror icons.

Texas Frightmare Weekend Presented by Arrow Video is “The Southwest’s Premier Horror Convention”. Texas Frightmare Weekend hosts celebrity appearances, autograph signings, screenings, exclusive parties and horror memorabilia vendors from all over the country.

Discount tickets and more information are available now at Hurry! Ticket discounts end this Monday night 3/27 at midnight central.