Bill The Butcher- Real life doesn’t have any pat explanations.
Grainne Rhuad- South Park Colorado has its share of tales of the weird, odd and haunted.
Grainne Rhuad-“Chicago is a city of contradictions, of private visions haphazardly overlaid and linked together.” -Pat Colander
Mike brings us a “Down the Country” tale of St. Patrick and a snake.
Azazel-The Zombie plague will accomplish three things: a positive biosphere impact, culling the weak, and establishing new frontiers for exploration and positive growth.
Karla Fetrow- After transforming into a human on the Day of the Dead, Miss Filia haunts the streets to scare a few humans, but how do you terrify the willing? It’s a sad night for the ghouls, the spooks the vampires and the zombies as they discover every one wants to convert.
Madama Mama: The rebellion was the work of the great fur-seal pike, an ambitious creature that ate pork and swam in political circles. It would take
Floco Tausin: Generally, Western academic medicine does not ascribe cleaning and cooling effects to the prickle phenomenon. Rather, it is known
Bill the Butcher: It’s an old zombie, beginning to fall to pieces, and it’s easy to sidestep and push it into the water. There’s a brief roiling as
Karla Fetrow- It was frustrating to know there was no way to pull the wool over her eyes. The neighbor kids said she was a witch, but it was all just a part of her dreaming nature.