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Saturday, June 25, 2011

Lizzie Borden

Lizzie Borden, a 19th century housewife with a husband (Andrew), and a child (Abby). one day, driven insane by a controversial decision that her father had made, Lizzie was said to have gone insane, tearing around the hose with a hatchet, cleaving Andrew Borden's head so precisely that she split his eyeball in half, and completely crushing poor Abby's skull in. Lizzie often made weekend trips into town to stay with her friends, and newly made lycanthrope often have severe mood swings before and after their first change. So, what do you think- perfectly normal and completely sane on all accounts housewife who just happened to have 5 minutes of insanity before spontaneously going back to sanity, and never again being even the slightest bit insane, or, freaked out werewolf going through her first change?                    

Thursday, June 23, 2011


I assume that you all know what lycanthropy is, and all though you may think its a myth, there is a scientifically recognized disease called Hypertrichosis which shares many of the characteristics of lycanthropy, such as- hair covering the body, and the fact that some are made Hypertrichrotic. People with Hypertrichrosis were often sideshow freaks and advertised as having "human and animal characteristics."

(For those of you who do not know, Lycanthropy is the state of being a Werewolf, or believing that ones self is a Werewolf, other people, such as Cherokee "Skin Walkers" and Werecreatures (Bears, Lions, Foxes, ect.) are classed under the term "Therianthropes") 

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

The Beautiful Cigar Girl

Mary Rogers, or The Beautiful Cigar Girl was a clerk in an 1837 tobacco shop, when her sudden untimely death came about. She was found in the Hudson River, dead by drowning, after she went off to visit some relatives. Her murder was passed off as a failed abortion attempt. But i think A Kelpie* lurked in the Hudson, and still does today. what do you think? Kelpie, or failed abortion?  

*a kelpie is a horse the lives in water. it is very persuasive, can change shape, and likes watching people drown, giving them the death and release that is can never achieve itself. it is classified under Fae  


22 june 2011

SO. My blog. I'm writing this blog to tell you guys about the possibility that the creatures of myth and legend still prowl the earth. Now, i know that sounds crazy, but seriously, once you read this blog, you will never look at the world the same way ever again.