A few months ago, the Ghost Legend was unveiled in front of a crowd of fans in Washington, DC.
The statue was constructed by an anonymous group that had previously made a number of similar statues of celebrities.
But the statue is a rare addition to the area, and a few weeks ago, I received a call from a local art dealer who was interested in getting his hands on one.
He agreed to buy the statue for $20,000 and put it up for sale.
I didn’t have the money for a proper statue myself, so I agreed to get it from the dealer.
The seller agreed to send me a $25 gift card if I wanted one.
The seller told me that he was from the Philippines, and the statue was a tribute to the legendary Philippine film director, director Alfred Molina.
The artist and Molina were close friends, and they had collaborated on a number other projects.
The project involved making a series of posters that would be displayed at film festivals in the Philippines.
When Molina died in 2002, a few years after the completion of his work, the artists shared a joint work of art.
The original posters featured characters from the movies The Man with the Golden Gun and The Princess Bride.
I had been following the Molina estate closely since it first opened in 2013.
A year earlier, I had learned that Alfred Molins death had been connected to the poisoning of the famous actress Susan Sarandon.
The family of Susan Saron had filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the company that produced the films, and Molins estate subsequently settled the case out of court.
Alfred Molina was known as a man of many talents.
He was a renowned painter and filmmaker who spent his career in Los Angeles and Hollywood.
In addition to The Man With the Golden Sword, Molina made films such as A Night at the Opera and The Muppet Show, and his most popular work, The Princess, was the subject of a 1992 motion picture starring Elizabeth Taylor.
The statue of Molina, which has the name of his film The Princess and is located in the center of the city of Manila, was constructed to honor his life and work.
This is what I learned about the Ghost legend of Alfred Molinas death: He died from poisoning after filming the Muppet show in Manila, Philippines.
He died at age 64 in his bed, surrounded by his family.
I was the first person to pay $25 to get one of his statues.
It is a wonderful piece of art that is extremely rare and extremely rare in its kind in the entire world.
It will be a testament to his work and his memory.
It is a true tribute to his life that the artist has chosen to display the statue in a city that has a history of corruption.
He had been arrested many times, including once for his involvement in a drug bust.
After I got my money, I went to the Philippines to find the source of the money and made arrangements to meet the man.
I met him on the phone in the morning, and after several hours of talking and making small talk, we finally got on the same plane to Manila.
Molina was a filmmaker and film producer who also worked on the film The Muppets.
He also directed The Man in the Yellow Suit and the first two Muppet films.
The Ghost Legend has now become one of the most popular pieces of art in the world.
This piece of Art has been a huge success in its own right, and has attracted a lot of attention to the city.
I would be willing to bet that I can sell a statue of him for $1,000.
I have never had the money to pay for one myself.
But I know a lot more about this artist and his work.
The art dealer told me he was the owner of an antique store in Manila and that the price he had paid for one of these statues was $15,000 (USD).
This piece of the Ghost has a strong artistic appeal.
He has a unique look, and I know he would like to show it off to the public, so it is my hope that we will be able to make a deal on it soon.
You can see a preview of the art for yourself at the gallery of Alfred M Molinans works at the Phoenix Art Museum in Phoenix.