Archive of ‘this that and the other thing’ category

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Sensitive-Survivors-by-Puur-Anders-9-960x1392@2xOverlooked Plants Printed With Found Images by Miranda van Dijk

jenna bartonOracular Creatures and Arcane Spaces: The Enigmatic Art of Jenna Barton

the-woman-in-the-window-twoPortraits of Women in Film Noir

The Visual Aesthetic of Dario Argento’s ‘Suspiria’

The Myths and Realities Behind The Exorcist

Final Fantasy VII’s Cosmo Canyon Sequence Is A Meditation On Family, Sacrifice, And Existence Itself

Do Nothing Unless It Feeds You

11 Poets Beyoncé Should Feature on Her Next Visual Album

Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination

Remembering Photographer Laura Aguilar’s Empathetic, Queer Art

The Outlawed Secret Masonic Society of Pugs

How Poetry and Math Intersect

What, Prithee, Is A Poetess?

Elsa Lanchester, Herself (Interview And Book Giveaway)–Ends Today!

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The Beauty and Horror of Medusa, an Enduring Symbol of Women’s Power

I didn’t know “dark food photography” was a thing, or had a name, but it is and it does, and here is one of my favorite dark food photography instagram accounts. Thanks to Tanya for sharing the concept and the particulars with me!

Macabre Muse: Arran Shurvinton

My favorite witch, Pam Grossman, has started doing monthly round ups over at phantasmaphile!

Astropoets is my new favorite twitter account (actually it’s been my fave for a while, but I forgot to mention it!)

The Best Thing About Celebrity Novels Is Scathingly Bad Reviews

Rare Comet Moth Emerges From Cocoon at Notebaert Nature Museum

A Corporeal Garden of Earthly Delights by Agnieszka Nienartowicz

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Krevborna: A Gothic Blood Opera is a system-neutral campaign setting for Gothic Fantasy adventures inspired by Bloodborne, Castlevania, and Penny Dreadful. I don’t play RPGs, but this makes me really rethink my stance, because it sounds freaking amazing. And it’s by my friend, the brilliant Jack Shear! And if that stunning cover art looks familiar it’s because it is from the hand of the very talented Becky Munich.

Johnny Joo Photographs Forgotten Structures Overtaken by Nature

26937908_1140356482761786_1258339207_oDr. Bloodsucker: Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying And Love My Pet Leech


Advice From A Witch: Words of comfort from a mistress of the mystic arts.

Reading Horror Novels Helped Me Deal with OCD

Finding the Beauty in Nordic Ruins

Sex, jealousy and gender: Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca 80 years on

The Mysterious Murder Case That’s Captivated Iceland for Nearly 200 Years

This Twitter Fiction Turns a Fashion Show into Dante’s Inferno for the Modern Age

David Bowie Book Club Launched By Bowie’s Son

Say It with Noodles: On Learning to Speak the Language of Food

Victorian Penny Gaffs: Crime, Horror, and Murder

† David Lynch Teaches Typing

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tumblr_ozqiv6pXRs1w35hv2o1_1280Sailor Moon Texts is my new favorite thing


English-EerieEnglish Eerie – a solo rural horror game


1_IS_TaHRqQG99TJA10N8ImgLaura Ingalls Wilder’s Magical Objects: On The pleasure and longing associated with storied possessions


ChristopherRelander17_05Finnish Landscapes Captured Within Jars by Christoffer Relander


tumblr_ozxgjcn7Hm1qccpz7o6_500Exquisite insects handmade by Heather Everitt, via Geyser of Awesome


DPPs7zPUQAADYFvBad Books For Bad People, Episode 16: The Monk


JillTracy_LilyDaleJill Tracy Reveals The Secret Music of Lily Dale

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print-milne-600-have-you-met-my-friendBrandi Milne, “Have You Met My Friend?” at Corey Helford Gallery

mkeaslerhaunt1The Lovingly Crafted Horror of American Haunted Houses

costumeguide8Elaborate Halloween Costume Tips from a 19th-Century Guide to Fancy Dress

The Witch Wave by Pam Grossman is a podcast about magic, creativity, and culture

Spooky Miniature Scenes In Shadow Box Dioramas

The 20 Best Horror Stories Available Online for Free

A Tiny Ritual to Talk to Your Past Self

Why Chinese Art Is Swarming with Colonies of Tiny Bats

Peek Inside a Trove of Witchcraft Artifacts at This Rare Exhibit

Supernatural fiction’s ‘best kept secret’ celebrated at the British Library

Human Flesh Looks Like Beef, But the Taste Is More Elusive

10 Free Stories About Spirits, Ghouls, Mysteries & Monsters

Lana Winters Is The Queer “Final Girl” We Need Right Now

6 Women Reveal Why They Became Satanists

‘I Saw a Cow Chained to a Fence’: Surprisingly Grim Yelp Reviews of Pumpkin Patches

Five short, spooky games to play this Halloween

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Behold Wisconsin’s Cabinet of Curiosity Corn Maze


Vibrant Mushroom Arrangements Photographed by Jill Bliss


Leslie Ann O’Dell: Haunted Harbingers and Feral Phantoms

Europe’s Famed Bog Bodies Are Starting to Reveal Their Secrets

118-Year-Old Painting of a Dead Bird Discovered in a Hut in Antarctica

How To Decorate Your Apartment Like A David Lynch Project

A Cult Simulator Where You Sacrifice People To A Lovecraftian God

Gratitude Lists Are B.S. — It Was an “Ingratitude” List That Saved Me

The Monster LGBTQ Readers See in Stephen King’s ‘It’

From Sex Object to Gritty Woman: The Evolution of Women in Stock Photos

There’s No Such Thing As a Universal Symbol in Dreams

How I Learned to Stop Being a “Chill Girl” and Start Being Me

Bad Books For Bad People Episode 14: Under The Poppy

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Annalu-Boeretto-Mizuko-kuyo3Biblio-alchemy: The Liquid Library of Annalù Boeretto

MysticalSymbolism-JeanDelville-1080x859The Heavy Metal Symbolism of the Salon Rose+Croix

The All-Time Best Burns Of New York Times New York Times book critic Michiko Kakutani
Meet the Woman Teaching ‘Financial Domination’ to the Masses
Excerpts from Lana Del Rey’s Upcoming Book of Spells
Sleep paralysis: How a deep-sleep glitch can conjure the boogeyman
Christina Mrozik: Metamorphosis, Quietus, and In-betweens
Beam me up, Gucci! New campaign inspired by vintage sci-fi
12 eerily beautiful photos from Kat Von D’s all-black flower garden
Why Story Matters in Video Games
Junji Ito’s Horror Manga is Getting an Anime
How To Decorate Your Apartment Like A David Lynch Project
In Defense of Imaginary Friends
The American Eclipse of 1878 and the Scientists Who Raced West to See It
Night-Time At The Roadhouse, An Ever-Growing Playlist With A Twin Peaks Vibe

this, that, and the other thing {xxxvi}

8Agnieszka Osipa: Fashion Where Slavic Folklore Reigns

mr-rogers-sweater-colorsThe colors of Mister Rogers’ cardigan sweaters, 1979-2001

frances-glessner-leeHow a Chicago Heiress Trained Homicide Detectives With an Unusual Tool: Dollhouses

Tyler-Thrasher-cicadasArtist, Chemist, Goofball: Catching Up With Tyler Thrasher

What If Disney Princesses Wore Comme des Garçons?
Self-Care Tips From Yoko Ono
David Lynch’s Heroines Like You’ve Never Seen Them Before
Emily Dickinson’s Herbarium: Forgotten Treasure at the Intersection of Science and Poetry
A Horror Buff’s Great American Roadtrip
Making Perfume From the Rain
11 of the Most Disastrous Vacations in Literature
The Devil’s Farmhouse: A Maltese Ruin Steeped in Myth
Some video games are not about narrative or conflict, but a solitary space for players.
Going Home to Twin Peaks
DONUT DISTURB: Get the donut-defended privacy you so rightly deserve

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Mountain-Lilac-4-s-58e94fe9e501a__880Photography Of The Invisible Light That Plants Emit

8-2The Art Of Kazuaki Horitomo

colleenmooredhollhouse4This Flapper’s Dollhouse Cost More than Most People’s Homes

Anne-Ten-Donkelaar-Broken-Butterflies-4The Poignant Beauty of Anne ten Donkelaar’s Broken Butterflies

The Forgotten Language That Only Women Once Knew
Savoring the celluloid hues of colorpalette.cinema on Instagram
How to Become a Deadly Misandrist Fairy Vampire
Sleep Is the New Status Symbol
Romania’s Problem with Dracula
Ask Baba Yaga: Folkloric Advice From Taisia Kitaiskaia
A Compendium of Shakespeare’s Plants, from Juliet’s Rose to Ophelia’s Bouquet
Field Guide to Dumb Birds of North America
The Peril of Being Disbelieved: Horror and the Intuition of Women
The Mushroom Hunters: Neil Gaiman’s Feminist Poem About Science
WitchEmoji, an iMessage sticker pack for all of your witchy needs
Shadows From The Walls Of Death
Today’s Feminist Horror Owes A Lot To Overlooked 20th-Century Artist Carol Rama
Debunking the Myth of 19th-Century ‘Tear Catchers’

this, that, and the other thing {xxxiv}

medium-Stanislawa-P.-emission-and-resorption-of-an-ectoplasmic-substance-through-the-mouth-1913 SÉANCE: Spiritualist Ritual and the Search for Ectoplasm by Shannon Taggart

uploads%2F2017%2F2%2F21%2Fbergandhoeg_15 A glimpse into two Norwegian photographers’private gender-bending experiments

This Is What Victorian Ladies Smelled Like
Horrors Beyond Belief! Should You Be Reading Emily Carroll’s Horror Comics?
Wildly Inaccurate Myths About Spiders (Plus the Truth)
Dystopian dreams: how feminist science fiction predicted the future
In the Land of Giants: Communing with some of the biggest trees on Earth.
On The Heartbreaking Difficulty Of Getting Rid Of Books
Seven ‘wyrd’ TV programmes from 1977 – a golden harvest of folk horror
Your Favorite All-Female Super Teams!
Felter Skelter: Weird & Wonderful Artists Who Work With Felt
Men Grin and Women Scream: A New Analysis of Gendered Words in Fiction
Scary Stories Tribute Art Exhibit Is Beautifully Terrifying
Bad Books For Bad People Episode 8: Prince Lestat in the Realms of Atlantis
Fleeting Beauties Of Spring
What’s That Smell? Rare Books and Artifacts From a 1906 Library
15 Historical Women They Should Have Taught You About In School

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