The creator of one of the most popular shows on Netflix spent the weekend in the Hudson Valley and did something that most people have never done at a graveyard.

If you're like me and you are into comic books then you are probably all too familiar with Neil Gaiman, creator of The Sandman series. It wasn't his first and only series with DC but it may be his most popular and for good reason. It was dark, different, creative, and at times just beautiful and inspiring.

The first issue of The Sandman hit the shelves in 1989. The series finally made its way to the screen over 30 years later. If you're not a comic book fan then you most likely know about The Sandman now as the show has been trending in Netflix's top 10 list since it debuted on August 5. Have you seen it yet?

"The Sandman" World Premiere – Arrivals
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Is the creator of The Sandman in the Hudson Valley?

If he wasn't a writer I think he could have been a photographer.

The post on Twitter didn't tag a location but he did tag it on Instagram. He was in Woodstock, New York.

Don't be surprised if you run into Gaiman in the Hudson Valley. He has offices in Woodstock and he even teaches at Bard.

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