This post is the first of a new series exploring a few #gothic tropes I love, starting with my absolute favourite: the creepy old house (which may or may not have a mind of its own)!
Promotional Flyer Time! A popular song played repeatedly on the Underground Network radio, The Song of Dear Dead Daphne (re-released as Sweet Necrophiliac's Sweetheart) made the Top 10 in 1989 and was written and performed by the lead singer of the popular banshee band, Crowblack. Lead singer River O'Dare says that she was inspired by… Continue reading Snake & Feather: Party Time
Check out these other posts if you're thinking of moving to Pagham-on-Sea: So You’re Moving To Pagham-on-Sea: Doing the Groundwork So You’ve Moved To Pagham-on-Sea: Getting Medical Help The Doctor Will See You Now Pagham-on-Sea: Historical Sites Pagham-on-Sea: Cryptids & the Unexplained Pagham-on-Sea: Famous Women Pagham-on-Sea: Undead Fashion Pagham-on-Sea: Werewolf Fashion Pagham-on-Sea: New Estate Fashion… Continue reading Pagham-on-Sea: One Big, Sexy Infographic
Guest Post: Clementine Wells Miss Clementine Wells was alive [or, as she prefers, a member of the Ante-dead community] for twenty-two years and has been dead since 1793. She prefers the term 'Revenant'.1 This is a type of undead which does not require the blood of the living, but is known for its violent rages.… Continue reading Pagham-on-Sea: Undead Fashion
In the binary days of yore, they were known as succubi/incubi by human demonologists, denoting female/male respectively, but in fact sex demons can be whatever you want them to be, and don't personally identify as either. Most of the succubus and incubus attacks in one area are perpetrated by the same demon, and they don't… Continue reading Pagham-on-Sea: How To Spot A Sex Demon