Whatever floats your boat...
I took advantage of a chair at work where someone had retired and they have yet to replace her.…Continue
One of the weirdest acts I've ever seen. Why do I keep expecting Adams and Alex to pop out in the background?.
Are there local legends you've heard that are not as widely recognized that you could share with us?
Being from the Northeast United States, there were a few I carried in my "baggage" until about age 16. The Jersey Devil of the Pine barrens
(not this one)
is a popular tease for local Halloween events
and addressing letters to friends who still live in…Continue
Mellonheads. To this day, they still roam those woods. It's been four years now. It was the last time I saw my family. Such as they were then.
For BlancheNoeE, because I love you, Blanche.
1. Go to the video you want to embed. If it's at Vimeo, then look in the upper right portion of the frame. For the most non-intuitive icon ever selected to represent share, Vimeo picked a paper airplane icon. Click on the paper plane icon.
2. You'll be given three options for sharing, via URL, email, or an embed code. Click in the embed field. This selects the embed code. Then copy…Continue
This is a genuinely unsettling little movie. It fits roughly in with Fright Month theme, and also I wanted to see if I could figure out how to embed something in the blog section since Amy was asking.
It was made in 1908 (for Vitagraph Studios--the same studio that produced "Princess Nicotine") and the very ending is missing.
Would somebody who knows how to embed in a blog please embed this (in comment section) ?
...and then do a blog about how the hell to embed shit in the blogs ?
NatureJunkie's blog sparked memories of the many horror stories and strange local lore I've learned about since I moved to the state of New Jersey. Weird NJ Magazine explained the details and history of many of them for me. I have a few of the first publications of this bizarre mag.
In my Weird NJ thoughts, I was reminded of the park we lovingly…Continue
I just happened to have encountered a lot of mentions lately about how people in the 18th and 19th centuries were fearful of the very real possibility of being buried alive.
Then, while researching something else entirely, I came across this plate o' shrimp today.…Continue