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Brenda S G Walter
18 POSTS 0 COMMENTSBy day, Brenda poisons young minds as a college professor. When she is not teaching classes such as Science and the Supernatural, she is writing about monsters, witchcraft, horror films, heavy metal, and gothic culture. She might also be drawing apocalyptic landscapes or haunted houses while watching Creature Double Feature. You can find her on Facebook and Instagram as Elderdark Nightmoth.
Born from superstition and patriarchal fear of women, the dark mermaid doesn't need a man; except maybe as a snack.
How conservative fear was used to sell the idea of a Wild West that never was.
Thanks to the time and generosity of Universal Studios prop-designer Ray Keim, you can download, print and build your favorite horror houses out of cardstock, completely for free.
Mysterious, hungry, elegant and powerful—the spider became an apt signifier for the enchanting and sexually liberated woman who wove her own dark web.
Steel grey skies darken into evening as ice-laden winds twist through the trees and moan softly, “slip some brandy in your tea and make something weird.”
Films like Witchfinder General (1968) remind us that the the preindustrial past may have been a simpler time, but no way was it innocent.
Part vampire, part itinerant preacher, Uknown Hinson is a psychobilly folk hero.
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