Thursday, June 30, 2011

Jim

Lisa stood on the front lawn, looked up at Ellie’s bedroom window to see the lights flashing on and off and the blinds shooting up and down until suddenly they parted and she saw ‘something huge and dark — about seven feet tall and like an animal.'


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Swan Eggs And Pumpkin Bits



Image by friedemann1.

Spice

We stopped into a Yankee Candle store to see what their new fall scents were all about. The only one that really appealed to me was Kitchen Spice - sweet orange, clove, ginger, and cinnamon. A light scent which wasn't floral at all (unlike the rest of the new fall candles).

Someone at the Yankee plant is always throwing a flowery scent in the mix. Come on, Yankee, fire that guy. And at the very least, don't let him near the Halloween candles.



Yankee Candle Company.

Monday, June 27, 2011

Ravenwood Cemetery

LOVE this.






More at VctrFrnknstn's Hauntspace.com gallery.



Alfred Hitchcock's Monster Museum

Via the wonderful Sanctum Dorktorum blog.





Click here to visit.

Late Summer

The art of Emily Mugridge.

Now Playing: Brohm Ridge

By Loscil, on Coast / Range / Arc.

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Sunday, June 26, 2011

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

In The Churchyard At Cambridge

Hereafter?--And do you think to look
On the terrible pages of that Book
To find her failings, faults, and errors?
Ah, you will then have other cares,
In your own short-comings and despairs,
In your own secret sins and terrors!


Henry Wadsworth Longfellow




Image by VEB Zardoz the Gravyboat.

House Bloodthorn 2010

Don't know how I missed these photos.
They've been up on Flickr for a month.






Tons more here.

Lighting Detail

Click below for some neat vintage style light bulbs from Ferrowatt.com.


Thanks, Noah Fentz! These are great.

It's A Squatch

Been watching a new show on Animal Planet... Finding Bigfoot. It's a show I love to hate. The premise is a riot. All evidence is assumed to be of or from a Bigfoot. The cast of investigators is so anxious to find Bigfoot (with the exception of the skeptic on the team) that almost everything is proof of a "Squatch" (they use this word constantly, and I love it). "You saw a Squatch!" or "It's a Squatch!"... phrases like this pepper every episode. (I've also begun to use the word at work - "Is Squatch in the office today?") The main investigator Matt Moneymaker is the heart of the problem, but I'm not sure if I want him to go, since he causes so much tension and stress and awkward moments. The rest of the cast is awesome, particularly Bobo.

I watched MonsterQuest religiously and it's a strange thing to watch a program when you KNOW nothing will ever be discovered or captured. An entire series devoted to the pursuit of nothing. One big letdown after another. So maybe that's why I dig this show so much. The researchers KNOW a Squatch is only a few yards away at all times. They tell us in certain terms how Bigfoots (plural form used often in the program) love this or hate that, how they follow migrating animals, how they love to knock twice on tree stumps, or how they twist off the legs of deer to limit their meal's escape.

I have a feeling it won't be around much longer, so try and catch an episode.


"...sometimes I'll twist the legs off of something, just for fun.
Next question..."

Animal Planet's Finding Bigfoot page.

Ghost Hunting Theories blog reviews on the show.

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

More October's Haunt



Image by OctobersHaunt.

Curiosity

A wanderer stopped to turn over a rock
The rock gave way
And what was below ruined his day

Byron Volpe



Image by its me...jeff!

Garage Overload