"Momma, that's one scary cowboy" - Five-year-old future OIL Commissioner Justin C Cliburn when he saw a cardboard Freddy Krueger display at the video store.
That's my earliest memory of A Nightmare on Elm Street and Freddy Krueger. Perhaps that's why I never got into horror films. But PFC manager Jimmy Mitchell is into horror films . . . so much that he named his franchise after one near and dear to his heart.
Today they unveiled their Freddy Krueger-inspired logo and uniforms. They perfectly capture the mood of their horror movie namesake. The Nightmares were designed by Michael Taylor Design.
Jimmy Mitchell has reserved a spot in the OIL when it expands to a third conference. He's chosen the name Nightmares for his OIL franchise. Mitchell spent the 2006 SECFOR mission at Camp Liberty with the bulk of the 158. He was a member of SSG Taylor's squad along with Brake (manager of the PFC's Boomtown Brawlers). His Nightmares franchise is inspired by the cult-classic horror films of the 1980s. They boast a menacing look of red, black, and gray. No other OIL franchise uses that color scheme in same way, although Henderson and Morgan come close.