Friday, May 27, 2011

...the dreams of Time.

"Ocean is more ancient than the mountains, and freighted with the memories and the dreams of Time."  - h.p. lovecraft

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Never Gonna Die


Never gonna die

You can not kill what you can not see
And yet still you try as if you can
You can try your best
But even that isn't nearly good enough
For to kill me, you must know me

You can not kill what you can not see
When you're long gone, i'll still be here
Mocking you
For what you once were
And there is nothing you can do

You can not kill what you can not see
You are but a mear mortal
With nothing to gain
And nothing to lose
And yet you remain

You can not kill me
For i can not be seen

Tuesday, May 3, 2011


There are not many persons who know what wonders are opened to them in the stories and visions of their youth; for when as children we learn and dream, we think but half-formed thoughts, and when as men we try to remember, we are dulled and prosaic with the poison of life.
H.P. Lovecraft

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Green Lantern - Official Wondercon Footage [HD]

I wasnt really looking forward to Ryan Reynolds playing the role of Hal Jordan, but this trailer made Thor look so bad in comparison I've been converted. Very Excited about this one for the Big Summer Movies. :D

Monday, April 18, 2011

FBI releases 'memo that proves aliens did land in New Mexico in 1947'

FBI releases 'memo that proves aliens did land in New Mexico in 1947'
London: The Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) has published in its website a bizarre memo that proves aliens did land in New Mexico in 1947.

FBI releases 'memo that proves aliens did land in New Mexico in 1947'
London: The Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) has published in its website a bizarre memo that proves aliens did land in New Mexico in 1947.
FBI releases 'memo that proves aliens did land in New Mexico in 1947'
The memo titled ''Flying Saucers'', written by FBI agent Guy Hottel, is published in the agency's new online resource 'The Vault'.
Hottel, who was in charge of the Washington field office in 1950, reveals that an Air Force investigator had stated that 'three so-called flying saucers had been recovered in New Mexico', reports the Daily Mail.
The investigator gave the information to a special agent, he said.
The FBI has censored both the agent and the investigator''s identity.
"They were described as being circular in shape with raised centers, approximately 50 feet in diameter," said Hottel.
"Each one was occupied by three bodies of human shape but only 3 feet tall," he added.
FBI releases 'memo that proves aliens did land in New Mexico in 1947'
The bodies were ''dressed in a metallic cloth of a very fine texture. Each body was bandaged in a manner similar to the blackout suits used by speed flyers and test pilots.''
Hottel said that the informant, whose identity was censored in the memo, claimed the saucers had been found in New Mexico ''due to the fact that the government has a very high-powered radar set-up in that area and it is believed the radar interferes with the controlling mechanism of the saucers''.
He then stated that the special agent did not attempt to investigate further.
The release of the secret memo is likely to fuel conspiracy theorists'' claims of a government cover-up.
The town of Roswell in New Mexico became infamous after reports that a flying saucer had crashed in the desert near a military base there on or around July 2, 1947.
FBI releases 'memo that proves aliens did land in New Mexico in 1947'
Film footage claimed to have been taken by a U.S. military official shortly after the Roswell incident, and purportedly showing an alien autopsy, was produced in 1995 by Ray Santilli, a London-based video entrepreneur. The footage caused an international sensation when it aired on television networks around the world. In 2006, Santilli admitted that the film was mostly a reconstruction but continued to claim that it was based on genuine footage now lost, and that some frames from the original remained. The view of many, however, is that the film was a hoax in its entirety.
Military authorities issued a press release, which began: 'The many rumours regarding the flying disc became a reality yesterday when the intelligence officer of the 509th Bomb Group of the Eighth Air Force, Roswell Army Air Field, was fortunate enough to gain possession of a disc.'
The headlines screamed: ''Flying Disc captured by Air Force.''
Yet, just 24 hours later, the military changed their story and claimed the object they''d first thought was a ''flying disc'' was a weather balloon that had crashed on a nearby ranch.
Amazingly, the media and the public accepted the explanation without question.
Roswell disappeared from the news until the late Seventies, when some of the military involved began to speak out.
FBI releases 'memo that proves aliens did land in New Mexico in 1947'
Brigadier General Roger M. Ramey (kneeling) and chief of staff Colonel Thomas J. Dubose with weather balloon in Fort Worth, Texas, July 8, 1947. Ramey claimed this was the debris of a "flying disk" found near Roswell, New Mexico.
Another memo published in The Vault from 1947 claimed that an object ''purporting to be a flying disc'' had been recovered near Roswell.
The disc was ''hexagonal in shape'' and ''suspended from a balloon by a cable'', according to the memo, marked as ''Urgent'', to the FBI director.
The memo noted that the disc resembled a weather balloon - but claimed that a telephone conversation between the Air Force and the field office ''had not [word censored] borne out this belief''.
The disc and balloon were being transported to Wright Field for further inspection, the memo noted.
It added that the information was being flagged up because of ''national interest'' in the episode, and noting that both NBC and the AP were set to break the story that day.


Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Mexican Jumping Beans - Weird Nature - BBC animals

The more you know. :D I never realized the truth behind these jumping beans.

Sunday, April 10, 2011

The White Ship

" I yearned mightily to enter this fascinating yet repellent city, and besought the bearded man to land me at the stone pier by the huge carven gate Akariel; but he gently denied my wish, saying: "Into Thalarion, the City of a Thousand Wonders, many have passed but none returned. Therein walk only daemons and mad things that are no longer men, and the streets are white with the unburied bones of those who have looked upon the eidolon Lathi, that reigns over the city."   ------H.P Lovecraft from "The White Ship"

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Locke & Key

Do I have the Comic for you. Locke & Key is written by no other than Joe Hill (aka Stephen King's son). In this First part of the the story we meet the Locke family; mother Nina, oldest son Tyler, younger son Bode and daughter Kinsey, as they prepare to move into a large, sprawling estate called Keyhouse. The father, Randall, was shot and killed some weeks before by one of his former students, a very disturbed man named Sam. Randall always told his wife that if anything were to happen to him, he wanted them to come to this mansion located in the fictional town of Lovecraft, Massachusetts, where he and his brother grew up.
Each child is dealing with his or her own issues; Tyler is wracked with guilt because in a moment of frustration he had mentioned, to the very man who killed him, that he wanted his overbearing father dead. Kinsey is trying to blend in with her new school as much as she can; not wanting to be known as the “girl whose father was killed”, and Bode has found a very strange new friend in the well behind the house. An echo, as it calls itself, but not Bode’s…
Keyhouse, the family is told, is very special, and Bode is the first one to find out just how special. The echo tells him that there are certain keys that can be used on certain doors that will make amazing things happen. If he wants to see what it’s like to be an adult, there’s a door that he can use that will show him. If he wants to be a girl, he can walk through one that will switch genders. And then there’s the anywhere key, which will take him anywhere he can imagine, just by thinking of it.
But as we soon learn, Keyhouse is not all just fantastical doorways and magic keys; there’s something very sinister going on just under the surface, something that doesn’t want the Locke family back in this house, and this is what enables Sam to escape from his jail cell and head back to finish the job he started when he killed the family’s patriarch.

Thursday, March 31, 2011

Resident Evil Operation Raccoon City Debut Teaser Trailer

So, I'm thinking Grand Theft Auto meets Left For Dead.
The Resident Evil Sandbox game could be the solution to wait for the next GTA, which is further off than many think.
How many of you would enjoy a sandbox Resident Evil game, running around inside a sealed Raccoon City with countless objectives to achieve? :D

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Wet and Gloomy Day

Raining and low light today, feels like a Lovecraft quote would best set mood. :D

"If the thing were there - and if I were not dreaming - the implications would be quite beyond the power of the human spirit to bear. What tormented me most was my momentary inability to feel that my surroundings were a dream." ~ HP Lovecraft --- The Shadow Out of Time

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

David Lynch's A Goofy Movie

I don't want to get in the habit of posting too many youtube videos, but I just had to share this. My two favorite vices, Goofy and David Lynch. :D

Monday, March 28, 2011


Here's a fun little video to start off this week.

The usual scenario is my brain is the cause of feeling of paranormal events, a case of paranioa and chemicals rushing through my head. Every once in a while though others can help produce these feelings with their creations, this video is the later. Enjoy :D

Friday, March 25, 2011

Alien and Human Inter-Species Hybrid

Milagros Garcia is an alleged Alien and Human inter-species hybrid. The blood DNA from this Puerto Rican woman has yielded analyses so unusual and interesting that the physician involved is now interested in meeting the subject for further study. The DNA is possible in humans but is very rare.
Ms. Garcia claims that she is the offspring of an alien encounter. The Doctor is not interested in the UFO/ alien phenomena he wants answers as to why her DNA has such rare qualities.
A Case similar to this is being investigated in New Paris Ohio. A woman there has exceptional skills and get by on two hours of sleep a night. Pictured on the left is Milagros Garcia's Mother and Milagros Garcia is on the right.

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Bind, Torture. Kill... Dennis Rader

For three decades, the terrifying serial killer who called himself BTK ("Bind, Torture, Kill") was uncaught. First he would cut the phone lines, and then he would get into the house somehow, waiting for his victim to come home. The killings drove Wichita's women into a frenzy, but then the murders unexplicably stopped. Police theorized that BTK could have died or have been incarcerated for some other crime or mental disease, or maybe even moved away. 

Then in March, 2004, BTK sent a very convincing letter to the local newspaper, taking responsibility for the September, 1986, unsolved death of Vicki Wegerle. Included with the letter were a photocopy of Wegerle's driver's license and three photos of her body that BTK took after he killed her. 

In May, BTK sent a copy of the chapter titles of David Lohr's Crime Library story on the case to a local TV station. Lohr's feature story was the only BTK case history on the Net at that time. However, BTK had changed several of the chapter titles, including one that he changed to "Will There Be More?" 

And so, it began again, with BTK impatiently pointing out to police the murders of his that they missed. Finally, BTK made the mistake that culminated in his capture. 

Here is the most detailed story of this case as it unfolded in 1974 and then again in 2004.

Monday, March 21, 2011

"The Transition of Juan Romero"

"There are not many persons who know what wonders are opened to them in the stories and visions of their youth; for when as children we learn and dream, we think but half-formed thoughts, and when as men we try to remember, we are dulled and prosaic with the poison of life. But some of us awake in the night with strange phantasms of enchanted hills and gardens, of fountains that sing in the sun, of golden cliffs overhanging murmuring seas, of plains that stretch down to sleeping cities of bronze and stone, and of shadowy companies of heroes that ride caparisoned white horses along the edges of thick forests; and then we know that we have looked back through the ivory gates into that world of wonder which was ours before we were wise and unhappy."   
                                                 ---H.P. Lovecraft  "The Transition of Juan Romero"


Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Friday The 13th- The Drinking Game

I thought it would be fun to post this on  my blog. :D

This drinking game is to be played with Friday the 13th and some beer… just be careful that no crazy killers see you drinking it or you’ll wind up dead as fuck and nailed to a wall for some unlucky chick to find as she runs around like a chicken with its head cut off in an effort to avoid the aforementioned crazy killer.
1 drink – every time someone drinks
1 drink – every time someone smokes
1 drink – every time someone is killed
1 drink – every time someone finds a body
1 drink – every time someone says “kill her”
1 drink – every time you see a sign that says “Camp Crystal Lake”
The Loon’s Lament: Take a drink every time you hear a loon.
The Manfredini Special: Take a drink every time you hear the trademark “Ch, ch, ch” sound. (Yes I know it’s supposed to be “Ki, ki, ki” you anal douche.)

Also you can use liquor instead of beer if you want. :D

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Homegrown Horrors

The Pfister, like many other hotels, lacks a 13th floor.This may be hard for some Milwaukee residents to grasp, but many believe the city to be haunted. Chances are you are no more than a fifteen minute drive to one of Milwaukee’s supposedly haunted places.
Chad Lewis, Eau Claire native and paranormal investigator, spoke to a packed audience at Whitefish Bay’s Public Library Tuesday night about his experiences with the paranormal in Wisconsin and the Milwaukee area.
Occupational scare-apy
Lewis received his Master of Science degree in Applied Psychology from UW-Stout and since has made his living on researching the paranormal throughout the world.
As a paranormal researcher, Lewis has been vampire-hunting across Europe and on expeditions in South America looking for the fabled chupacabra, a supposed bear-like creature that feeds on the blood of goats.
Lewis says that although he has traveled the world around for the occult, he never needed to leave home to encounter the supernatural. Stories of ghosts and haunting are abundant in Wisconsin through legends and word-of-mouth.
“We live in one of the most haunted places in the world here in Wisconsin,” Lewis said.
A haunting in Wisconsin
Lewis says that Wisconsin has a rich history in hauntings and ghosts. The stories of these haunted places have been passed down from generation to generation and are believed to be true by the superstitious.
One of the stories Lewis told revolves around the Maribell Caves and Hotel in Maribell, Wis., about half an hour Southeast of Green Bay. The Maribell Hotel, also known as “Motel Hell” by some of the natives, is an abandoned hotel once owned by Al Capone that burned down in the 1920s. It is now believed to be haunted by demons.
Lewis said speculators say that if you shine a flashlight into the second story windows of the hotel at night, a light will shine directly back into your own eyes. Others believe the hotel to be a portal to hell. An old well behind the building is said to be that portal and that if you look into the well, you will feel an unbearable heat radiating from the well and see flames reach for you.
Another one of the supposed haunted places Lewis discussed is Dartford Cemetary in Greenford, Wis. About 45 minutes west of Fond du Lac, the Dartford Cemetary is said to be haunted by Civil War soldiers and Native Americans.
Common supernatural phenomena witnessed include strange moaning voices and shadowy figures lurking the graveyard. It is also believed that if you sit on top of one of the burial tombs in the cemetery, you will be pushed off violently by an invisible source.
There are many other ghost stories involving Wisconsin, but the paranormal in our state doesn’t stop with just ghosts and haunting.
Wisconsin: equal opportunities for the occult
Wisconsin is also home to paranormal cases aside from ghost stories and hauntings. Dwarves and even vampire stories have also surfaced.
The Facebook group “Wisconsin Death Trip” wrote about a story of a vampire in Mineral Point, Wis. A vampire was sighted by some of the population there. The sightings occurred in March of 1981. The creature was described as being very tall, over 6’6” and having an inhumanly pale complexion. Many say that the “vampire” would frequent the local cemetery and pursue teens who tried to enter the cemetery at night.
According to Lewis, Police Officer John Pepper believed the man to be some kind of mentally ill person who perhaps escaped from a sanitarium. He saw the figure lurking in the cemetery one night and chased it to the cemetery’s perimeter, where the creature leapt over a six-foot-high barbed-wire fence with no problems. The vampire was not sighted after Pepper’s pursuit until many years later in 2007.
But vampires aren’t the only creatures making Wisconsin their haunt. Milwaukee, like the rest of the state, has a dense number of paranormal reports itself.
Milwaukee’s Own
Ghost stories in the Milwaukee area are a dime a dozen, with stories ranging from a single sighting to entire organizations avoiding parts of town because of haunting rumors.
Whitefish Bay is home to the Dominican High School. Many believe the theater to be haunted. Stories tell of a nun that was killed in a fire and her spirit now haunts the theater. Her spirit is supposedly very active during performances.
Downtown Milwaukee contains a number of places rumored to be haunted. The Pfister Hotel is one of the most infamous places involving ghosts in Milwaukee. So much, in fact, that many professional basketball and baseball teams avoid it or request special amenities to sleep there.
The hotel’s founder, Charles Pfister, purportedly still resides in the hotel’s lobby to oversee operations over 80 years after his own death. Guests have claimed to see moving lights, have heard strange noises and experienced strange drops in temperature while in their rooms.
The Rave’s basement is said to be haunted by the ghost of a young man who died there. The Rave/Eagle’s Club was originally built as an athletic club and among its features was a swimming pool. Rumor says that a 17-year-old male was swimming and either drowned or had a heart attack and passed away. Concert attendees claim to see the ghost of the young man in the basement of the building from time to time.
The Shorecrest Hotel, located at 1962 N Prospect Ave. by McKinley Park, is rumored to be haunted by a piano-playing poltergeist. The story goes that if you wait until bar close, a baby grand piano located in the bar of the hotel will start playing all by itself.
Closer to home
Freshmen staying in the dorms may recall hearing about the supposed poltergeists in Sandburg Hall. The though stories vary, the epicenter of the supernatural seems to be the North Tower. Others have experienced strange activity in other buildings on campus.
Maybe the question is not whether or not these places are haunted but whether or not you have experienced these incidents yourself. Perhaps this Halloween, truly creative souls will stray from the same old costume dress up and find out on their own if Wisconsin is truly haunted.

Monday, March 14, 2011

A Gallery of Ghostly Images

Check out these ghostly images. :D


These really cool old photos can be found on the American Museum of Photography page. :D

Do You Believe?

Friday, March 11, 2011

Inspired by TV's "Dexter," Andrew Busskohl plotted serial murders. He has been committed.

'21-year-old kid who scares us all'

Andrew Busskohl, who as a boy in Woodbury received a heart transplant that saved his life, has been ordered committed to confined psychiatric care after stalking a Woodbury man and plotting other murders. Court papers said he drew some of his inspiration from "Dexter," the TV series about a vigilante serial killer, and had aspirations of becoming an infamous murderer like Jack the Ripper.
Like the Showtime series character, Busskohl, 21, first targeted people he perceived had committed crimes and avoided punishment, documents say. After failing to find such a victim, he chose names from a phone book.
After hearing three days of testimony this year from psychologists, probation officers, social workers and others, Washington County District Judge Gregory Galler ruled last week that Busskohl is mentally ill and dangerous and needs care in a secure setting.
Busskohl has been held at the Minnesota Security Hospital in St. Peter. After 60 days, an evaluation by hospital staff will rule on whether he is still dangerous. A subsequent court hearing will decide if he should remain confined.
"We're definitely pleased that the court granted the petition and that our interests, at least in the short-term, have been addressed," said assistant county attorney James Zuleger. The county's goals were to protect public safety and get him medical help.
"This is a 21-year-old kid who scares us all," said Peter Orput, Washington County attorney.
Busskohl was convicted in June 2009 on charges stemming from a bizarre plot the previous summer in which he picked a neighbor, stalked him and planned to stab him to death before cutting out his heart or eyelids. The charge of attempted first-degree murder was ultimately dismissed, but Busskohl was sentenced to three months in jail and put on four years' probation for aggravated harassment and property damage.
He also was ordered to undergo further psychological counseling and examination to determine whether he might attempt such a crime again. Neighbors were afraid that he might, according to a victim statement at the time.
Woodbury police found a "murder kit" in Busskohl's car trunk containing a swimming cap, latex gloves, knives, a scalpel and other items during their initial investigation.
Busskohl's desire to kill, "appears to have been, in part, prompted by the show 'Dexter,'" documents say. The series depicts a police forensic investigator who is secretly a serial killer who targets only criminals.
But Busskohl was unable to find anyone in Woodbury who fit that criteria, so he shifted targets. That, experts testified, signaled that he was not after vigilante justice, but only had a desire to kill.
Last May, he told his mother that he was having homicidal thoughts. He had identified a Woodbury couple, again picked from the phone book, and planned to slit their throats. As in the first case, he had started to assemble items for the crime, including a knife.
While he was on probation in the earlier plot, the county began commitment proceedings. Busskohl had violated parole conditions four times -- including possessing knives and using drugs -- and it became apparent he needed help, officials said.


Wednesday, March 9, 2011

News: Guillermo Del Toro Talks ‘Pacific Rim’ and ‘At The Mountains of Madness’ | Latino Review

News: Guillermo Del Toro Talks ‘Pacific Rim’ and ‘At The Mountains of Madness’ | Latino Review

Well, what happened?
On Monday, there were utter confusion on the state of the Unversal Pictures’ “At The Mountains of Madness” project and director Guillermo Del Toro jumped on board to helm Legendary Pictures’ “Pacific Rim” instead.
To get the real story, it should come from Del Toro himself.
First, his personal press release officially confirmed taking the job for “Pacific Rim.”
“We started developing PAC RIM a while ago with the mad passion and enthusiasm of a project unwatched and unchecked by politics or comparisons. We designed and shepherded the movie we want to make,” said Del Toro in a press release. “We start shooting in September and we hit the ground running because we are so in sync. My partnership with Legendary represents, both in scale and creative demands, a huge step forward for me.”
In an extensive interview with Deadline, del Toro went into details regarding his new job on “Pacific Rim” and what actually happened with “At The Mountains of Madness.”
He discussed the reports earlier this week about $150 million budget, R-rating for the film and possibly actor Tom Cruise attached to the project.
“Definitely, closing Tom’s deal was in their hands. He was without a doubt, absolutely in favor of being in the movie. We met extensively, both in Canada and the U.S., dozens of times,” said del Toro. “Final polishes of the screenplay met with his approval. Closing the deal is not something that was in my hands. They needed to close it corporately.”
He was confident on a $150 million R-rated movie budget that this project would gross $500 million easily.
“As far as the movie grossing that much, obviously I’m not impartial, but I have to believe that with 3D, Tom Cruise, Jim Cameron, the scope of Lovecraft’s novel that is one of the best regarded and most widely known works, I would venture that it could absolutely have been done,” he said to Deadline. “I think the ‘R’ should be worn like a badge of merit in promoting the movie. To say, this is not a gory movie, not a movie full of profanity or violence, but it’s really intense movie.”
Del Toro believed a PG-13 rating would not be appropriate for the H.P. Lovecraft story, but not a deal breaker.
“The only thing I know about Mountain is, I do not want it to be bloody, I do not want it to be crass, but I want it to be intense as possible,” he said. “Ultimately, I think the MPAA could rule the movie PG-13 because the movie and the book are not gory. If that is the outcome, fine. But I don’t want to put the PG-13 on paper.”
As for “Pacific Rim,” he clarified the ‘Godzilla’ statements for this project, but still mum on details.
“People got it confused with the ‘Godzilla’ movie a few months ago but we cleared that up,” he said “I can say the scope and imagination that have been outlined in it are absolutely appealing to me. I cannot say more, it’s not the time.”
However, del Toro believed “At the Mountains of Madness” may be revisited in the future.
“I’ve have learned in the last few years that God laughs as we make plans,” he said.
So del Toro is very anxious to get behind the camera once more.

Birth Monster

sankai, literally, "birth monster") is a generic term that refers to any Japanese regional yōkai (praternatural creatures) that is given birth by a pregnant woman. When due care is not given during pregnancy, it is said that a sankai would emerge instead. Before the advent of modern medicine, childbirth was far more dangerous and incomprehensible, and people were deeply superstitious. Thus, unusual appearances from miscarriages and early births created the sankai belief.

The story of the oketsu (オケツ) comes from Okayama Prefecture. From outer appearance, it looks similar to a turtle, and it has hair growing on its back. As soon as it is born, it starts to crawl on the floor and attempts to escape underneath the house. If not captured and killed right away, it is said to crawl underneath the sleeping mother and kill her.

Thie sankai is known as a legend about its outer appearance is sparse, however it is said to look like cattle and is said to be hairy. Kekkai is also said to bury under the house to kill its mother.A practice existed of surrounding the bottom of a house with byōbu during childbirth to prevent this maneuver. it is theorized that the etymology may derive from kekkai (結界), meaning a restricted area for religious reasons.
Folklorist Iwao Hino recalls spotting a kekkai at a freak show during childhood. The show stated that it was given birth by a woman at a University hospital, however Hino later believed that it must have been a trained night monkey.


Tuesday, March 8, 2011

"Paranormal Activity" story continues in comic form...

Paranormal Activity: The Search For Katie, A Case Study by Dr. Johann Averys DMN is the title of the comic that picks off right where the movie leaves us all hanging.  Where is Micah?  What happened to demon-captured Katie?  It tells the story of Dr. Averys, the demon expert who we were not acquainted with in the film, and his search for Katie and some concrete answers.  It’s written by Scott Lobdell and drawn by Mark Badger.  When Gizmodo questioned Lobdell about the need for a comic book sequel he responded:
"Even before I left the movie theater my mind was racing though a hundred different questions! Where did Katie go? How long had she been in thrall to the demon? Why did he do what he did to Micah… or have Katie do it? What about the mysterious Dr. Johann Averys — often mentioned but never seen? Could the case he was working on in Europe have anything to do with the case in San Diego? What would the investigation into the murder be like? One part cop forensics, one part study in demonology? The demon seemed like it had much larger fish to fry to scaring young women… could it have followers? A lot of this is set up in the first installment of the online comic book, and I can’t wait for the opportunity to further explore the world of Paranormal Activity."
Catch the “first installment” of Paranormal Activity investigation, comic-style in digital form at the Apple App Store (it’s 99 cents).


Monday, March 7, 2011

Creepy Fashions Hit Runways

Upon my vast internet voyages I've ran across some of the more creepy turns in modern fashion.
Below are some fashions I speak of..., frankly I think the designer crossed straight jackets with a bit too much Silent Hill. :D



Thursday, March 3, 2011

For My H.P. Lovecraft fans. :D

One of my favorite all time Masters Of Horror episodes..."Dreams In The Witch House"
Plx enjoy

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Friday, February 25, 2011


Djinn - Known as "genies" in English, Djinn (singular form Djinni) have deep roots in Arab culture. The Djinn first sprang from stories told by Indian, Persian, and Arabian storytellers and gained international fame when they appeared throughout the tales Scheherezade told in "The Thousand and One Nights". It is said that the Djinn are created from fire and can take on any form they choose-animal or human-and can be of any size, including gigantic. Most of them are hostile, although some can be friendly. It is possible for magicians or wise men and women to gain power over a Djinn and use it to perform amazing and magical tasks. But be wary, for even a friendly Djinn is unpredictable, and certainly anyone who breaks an agreement with a Djinn will strongly regret it. Often Djinn take naughty pleasure in punishing people for wronging them, even unintentionally.

There are five different types of Djinn. The least powerful is the Jann, next come the Djinn, and then the Sheytans, or devils. The Afrits, sometimes called Efreets are very powerful, but the Marids are the most powerful and dangerous of all. Djinn are generally believed responsible for illness and mishaps. Magicians have trapped Djinn in various ways. One way was imprisoning them in an old brass lamp. When someone rubs the lamp three times, the Djinni inside will appear, grant three wishes, and obey the one who set it free. Traditionally, it is said that the great and wise King Solomon shut misbehaving Djinn in lead-stoppered bottles and threw them into the sea.


The most well known Djinn in pop culture has to be from the "Wishmaster"  movies. :D


Tuesday, January 18, 2011