turn of the last century, Cornelius Q. Periwinkle's
Traveling Sideshow of Human Oddities and Curiosities was
at the peak of its success. People came out in droves to
gawk at the freak show, and their favorite attraction
was the collection of deformed infants, affectionately
known by the carnies as "Pickled Punks."
When freak shows were
outlawed, Cornelius sadly disbanded. His sideshow
paraphernalia, including the Pickled Punks, were
banished to the basement of his San Francisco home.
One hundred years later, an earthquake rocks the Bay
area. The trembler upsets an oldvbottle of Cornelius'
"Fountain of Youth" snake-oil elixir, which spills out
onto thevPickled Punks, seeping through the jars into
the formaldehyde. The Pickled Punks magically come to
Emerging from their jars for the first time, the Punks
sneak out of the basement to venture into the strange
new world of 21st century San Francisco. By day they go
on incredible adventures; by night they return to their
jars to soak in the magical elixir that keeps them
By Glenn Dion -
Nicole Jones -
2008-2012 Novaris Entertainment
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