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The Candy Show (Radio Interview)
Listen to Robert and Sandy Waters interview Keri Bowers for "The Candy Show" on Autism One Radio. Robert and Sandy have an autistic son, and discuss with Keri her and Taylor's journey of creating the film "Normal People Scare Me."
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Geraldo At Large
Filmmaker Taylor Cross explains what it's like to have a condition that society calls mysterious.
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Click here to read the transcript from Taylor and Keri's interview with Paula Zahn, see bottom of page.
Pictures from "Voices For Change" Gala Benefit Dinner Bubiel – Aiken Foundation
Teen News: Autistic license: Teen filmmaker Taylor Cross, 17, turned his camera on a subject few directors have ...Cross’ 10-minute film “Normal People Scare Me,” which will be shown tonight...

Normal People Scare Me. Written/Directed by and Starring Taylor Cross. Produced byJoel Travolta. "Normal People Scare Me," a film directed by a 16 year-old

Artists for Autism
Normal People Scare Me. a film about autism. by Taylor Cross, produced by Joey Travolta.
Based on the 10 minute award winning short film of the same title.

Artists for Autism
Boston, Massachusetts- November 7, 2005: "Normal People Scare Me," a film directedby a 16 year-old autistic teenager Taylor Cross, will be screened on

Articles It's a 10-minute film called "Normal People Scare Me," made by Taylor Bowers, anautistic 15-year-old freshman at Newbury Park High School. ...

Acting Skills Workshop Taylor Cross is our first success story. Taylor immediately became ... in filmmaking and decided to make his own documentary film "Normal People Scare Me". Watch the PBS interview with Taylor.
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Autism film triggers of the 10-minute film Taylor Cross has made on what it's like to be autistic . The film is called "Normal People Scare Me," and it's touched a nerve.

Hofstra University
Created by Taylor Cross, a 16 year old aspiring film maker with high functioning autism, “Normal People Scare Me” highlights 65 interviews conducted over

ramblings of an accidental linguistic sleuth
Taylor Cross and his mom Keri Bowers who are working on a full length Documentary on Autism: "Normal People Scare Me" on CNN w/Paula Zahn, May 6th 2005.

CACI discussion groupNormal People Scare me - feature-length documentary sharing first-person accountsof life and living with autism by Taylor Cross