The Los Angeles Oddities Market is happening this weekend, and I will be there! I hope to see you!
Archive of ‘this that and the other thing’ category
† Virginia Woolf’s ORLANDO: A Biography In Fragrances
† Crazy Plant Ladies Through the Ages
† Grounding And Visualizing With Vinyl Records
† The Colorful and Clairvoyant History of Aura Photography
† A Brief History Of Bob Haircuts In French Movies
† Everything You’ve Always Wanted to Ask Christopher Pike
† Amsterdam’s museum dedicated to cats in art
† Who Needs Astrology: From Myth To Memes, A Writer Wonders About The Stars
† 8 Very Good Time Traveling Doggos
† This Octopus’s Dreams (Maybe) Were Written All Over Its Body
† Download the ModulAir, a Free Polyphonic Synthesizer, and Make Your Own Electronic Sounds
† I Am A Haunted House By Sarah Chavez on the Creeping Museum Blog
† Haunting New Illustrations for Classic Horror and Ghost Stories
† 11 Terrifying Urban Legends That Turned Out to Be True
† The Godmother of Goth: 40 Vintage Photos of Siouxsie Sioux
† How to Decorate Your House Like Victor Frankenstein
† The Strange Secret Behind the Tragic Deaths of Oscar Wilde’s Half-Sisters
† Ghostwriter and Ghost: The Strange Case of Pearl Curran & Patience Worth
† The Zodiac Signs As Women In Horror
† 15 Scary Movies Directed by Women Perfect for Halloween
† Phantasmaphile Celebrates 13 Years!
† The Ghosts Of Angela Deane at The Jealous Curator
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!
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.
Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Magical Objects: On The pleasure and longing associated with storied possessions
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