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The WFFCW was created August 5, 2001 :: we're 17 YEARS OLD!

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"It's like a nightmare, isn't it?  It just keeps getting worse and worse." .... Keith McCready, in "The Color of Money"

"The only vaccine powerful enough to inoculate you from lies is the truth." .... Al Franken, famous author

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WHAT IS THIS WEBSITE ABOUT?  Some of this is a personal website containing REBUTTAL, REPLY, and COMMENT to (primarily) public statements and accusations made by various self proclaimed "internet dog training experts".  The majority of the statements and accusations are FALSE, and refer to me, personally.  The nucleus of this website is based on verbatim quotes of public messages, most of which are archived with their respective lists.  Unless noted, nothing has been altered, other than formatting line length to screen width and changing the font style.  Other parts of this site contain OPINIONS, HUMOR, PARODY, COMEDY, and SARCASM which reflect my own personal sense of humor and viewpoints.  The First Amendment of the Constitution adequately, particularly, and specifically provides these rights.  This site is for educational and entertainment purposes.  This is emphatically not a "hate" site.  There is no hate, and never was.  Profanity is kept to a minimum, but it does exist.  If this website seems offensive to you, in any way, please leave now.  Please do not subject yourself to being offended.

TO THOSE IN FEAR OF THIS WEBSITE:  Websites can be terrifying places.  If you're afraid, we'll never understand why, but what can WE do?  You're allowed to be frightened of webpages, or anything else.  This website contains NO THREATS of any nature - no direct, indirect, implied, supplied, or personified threats - it never did and never will.  There is a lot of SARCASM here.  If you're afraid, our heart goes out to you - we don't WANT you to be afraid.  We want you to get help.  Dial 911, and scream for help.  If you wind up in a straight jacket, that's your problem.  If you don't, that's your problem, too.

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Keep on typin', Louie!
Steve's message to Voodoo Louie Castle

Let's look at a few unusual photographs.  For security reasons, almost all of these pictures have been kept in a secret locked vault for years, while we held staff meetings to vote on ever allowing the public to view them.  It was a hard decision, but in the end, the truth won.

Special thanks go to the entire WFFCW Research Team, led by Lynda Wilson, who located and researched the evidence for accuracy.  Each member was presented with a Certificate of Appreciation.


Louie has been bragging for years about his "Shock Collar Seminars", and, quite frankly, I had a little difficulty believing all his claims.  Over time, our team discovered the following pictures, proving there's no doubt at all that Voodoo Louie certainly conducted Shock Collar Seminars. 

I admit it - I was wrong, and this evidence proves it.  I felt the burden of responsibility, and I felt I should put these pictures on my website, just in case anyone, anywhere ever doubted the validity of Voodoo Louie's Shock Collar Seminars.

During our staff's intense research, they uncovered many other "unusual" facets of Voodoo Louie Castle.

please read the captions first, then click the pictures

Here's Voodoo Louie, before he became a fat slob and lost his hair, "on the street".  In the original interview, Louie claimed he was "undercover", but our WFFCW Research Team discovered the truth.  Louie was actually off work, on disability again.  He was "working his stroll", trying to pick up a "friend" for the night.

This is Voodoo Louie Castle's Graduation Diploma, issued by Mandelyn Kennels.

Here is Voodoo Louie Castle's Official "Department K9 Trainer" Badge.  This evidence was made in a courtroom, under the supervision of 23 Superior Court Judges, on a flatbed scanner.  It is a legally certified scan.  This is a very rare picture, and may be the only one in the world.

Thousands of people have written in to us, wondering how Louie was able to cope with the stress of his dangerous police "Department K9 Trainer" job and overwhelming Shock Collar Seminar Tour Schedule.  The WFFCW Research Team discovered the answer.

Even though it may seem unbelievable to many viewers, this is actually Voodoo Louie's own buttocks, in the days before he gained 220 pounds and became a fat slob.  Louie completely shaved his body prior to this photograph, and the evidence proves he's a cross dresser.  Our WFFCW Research Team thoroughly investigated the evidence, interviewed the tattoo artist, and obtained notarized, sworn affidavits to prove the facts.  This may be the most astounding photograph on this page.

With millions of dollars generated from his Shock Collar Seminars, Voodoo Louie Castle purchased his own dog training facilities, located on a beautifully landscaped 25 foot by 30 foot piece of land.  Louie's personal sign, made of chromed pipe, cost $650,000.00.

During an impromptu dinner at a Chinese restaurant, this was discovered in our fortune cookie.

When we went outside after dinner, we noticed this sign.  To be completely honest, our entire WFFCW Research Team suddenly felt a little bit nervous, wondering exactly what was really in our Won Ton soup and Sweet and Sour Pork.

This is a photograph announcing a Voodoo Louie Castle Shock Collar Seminar in Texas.

Voodoo Louie Castle also conducted Shock Collar Seminars in large theaters.

An admission ticket to the largest Voodoo Louie Castle Shock Collar Seminar of all time.

Here you can see how westbound traffic is diverted to a special lane, directing thousands of dog handlers and trainers to a Voodoo Louie Castle Shock Collar Seminar.  This picture was taken near the junction of Interstate 5 and 101, entering Los Angeles from the east.  Within an hour, traffic was at a complete standstill.

Another view of the Los Angeles area, illustrating the Culver City offramp and bumper to bumper traffic.

Voodoo Louie Castle even wrote a song and cut a record about Shock Collar Training.  The record sold 4 copies at Voodoo Louie's Shock Collar Seminars.  One day, maybe I'll print the lyrics to this fabulous song, for anyone that might not have heard it.

Louie also recorded thousands of cassette tapes, for personalized Shock Collar training.  The tapes were formerly distributed by World Dog and Breeding Expert Ed LEERKOPF™ Frawley.

This picture shows a road named for Voodoo Louie Castle.  The WFFCW Research Team discovered this sign was once located in Pocahontas, Mississippi, population 36, directly adjacent to Highway 49.  Research indicated that Voodoo Louie installed the sign himself, without the mandatory permits, and it was subsequently removed for disposal.

I couldn't believe this when I first saw it with my own eyes.  Voodoo Louie Castle has even appeared at world-famous DisneylandResearch proved that Voodoo Louie had meticulously rehearsed an afternoon appearance with Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, and Minnie Mouse.  The highlight of the appearance was the miniature purple plastic Shock Collar souvenirs, which were handed out to thousands of children.

This is the famous "Welcome To Las Vegas" sign, known around the globe.  When Voodoo Louie Castle announced his Shock Collar Seminar, the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce voted to replace the sign for one month before Louie's appearance, to encourage tourists to stay for the event.  This wise decision proved to be very profitable.

I find this picture a little bit upsetting.  It isn't the wording on the shirt, or the meaning of the words.  It's the poor kid's face, and that look in his eyes.  The young man's eyes are out of focus, and seem to be pointing in two different directions.  This is a known symptom of excessive electrical shock.  I don't know what actually happened to him at that Voodoo Louie Castle Shock Collar Seminar because I wasn't there.  The young man's face shows that it was undeniably traumatic.  This occurred in 2001, in Lake Elsinore, California.

Unfortunately, as you can see in this group of photographs, not everyone appreciated the hard work Voodoo Louie Castle put into his Shock Collar Seminars.  The crowd shown here protested for several days, and eventually the Voodoo Louie Shock Collar Seminar was cancelled.  Television and media coverage showed crowds of several thousand people demonstrating against Voodoo Louie Castle's shocking seminars.  Autograph and photo sessions were cancelled as well.  Louie was safely transported out of town in an armored vehicle, escorted by the National Guard.







Hollywood, California rebuilt their famous sign in Griffith Park, in honor of Voodoo Louie Castle.  The prominent sign, originally erected in 1923, is an Official Landmark, #111.  It was replaced with this new version following a special Executive Order issued by the Governor of the State of California.

Hundreds of cities across the nation installed temporary road signs in anticipation of Voodoo Louie Castle's Shock Collar Seminars.  The signs helped to keep traffic moving smoothly to these enormous events.  After Louie's Seminars, most cities donated these signs, so Louie could add them to his massive private collection.

Here is a photograph taken at one of Voodoo Louie Castle's appearances on the David Letterman Show.  Louie was an impressive, comical guest.  He was invited back to do the show 793 more times.

As we can see here, people from all walks of life attended Voodoo Louie Castle Shock Collar Seminars.  From the mega-rich to the homeless, everyone was always welcome.  Most of the homeless people had unusually interesting dogs, very often decorated with colorful handkerchiefs or Rebel flags around their necks.  In spite of their personal hygiene and odor, Louie always welcomed them warmly.  A rather unfortunate situation which occurred fairly regularly, was the arguing and fighting amongst the homeless over bottles of wine, drugs, crack pipes, and stolen grocery shopping carts.



It's a truly sad situation, but many drug addicts attended Voodoo Louie's Shock Collar Seminars.  Their public behaviors were quite disruptive.  We can only hope that Louie was able to rehabilitate them in some way.  Rumor has it that Voodoo Louie shocked them repeatedly, until they threw the drugs away.


In 2004, Louie Castle stunned the entire world with this quote: 

"A few years back I co-founded the LACPCA (Los Angeles County Police Canine Assn.) which exists to train K-9 handlers in LA County, and do other support functions. I served as President for about 5 years and then as Vice-President for another two. When I left office the treasury was over $140,000, we had put on two seminars bringing in trainers for all over the US and had done 7 expos. So I guess I was good enough for them." 

Louie's famous quote is located in this link.  Nobody has ever been able to figure out what happened to the other $197,870. which was missing from the treasury during Louie's last few weeks in office.  Undeniably, Louie was "good enough for them."

Voodoo Louie Castle stayed at fine hotels during his Seminar Tours, and usually enjoyed the most expensive suite in the hotel.  At the famous Park Place Hotel, for example, Louie had five personal servants and two butlers, along with a secretary and wardrobe coordinator.  At the conclusion of Louie's Seminar, the Park Place Hotel presented him with awards, including the solid gold key to his suite, shown here.


In July, 2007, Louie decided to become a TABLE TRAINER 

Hoping to follow the long-established TABLE TRAINING success of GENE ENGLAND and STEVE LEIGH, two of the world's best known, most experienced table trainers, $50,000.00 cash deposits were offered to Gene and Steve, for permission to observe table training. 


Gene emphatically declined, and refused to become involved in any way, whatsoever. 


STEVE LEIGH then made Louie a reasonable counter-offer of $8,000,000.00, payable in advance, for a 4 hour TABLE TRAINING seminar.  Louie is apparently still trying to raise the necessary funds.