Black Aggie is the local name given to a statue that haunted the Druid Ridge Cemetery in Pikesville, Maryland until it was removed in 1967. Her face… Read more “Black Aggie: The Haunted Statue.”
In the past, Zombie possession was typically presented in Western media as a function of sorcery, often tied to Africa or Haiti. While these Zombies were mind… Read more “Touched by a Zombie: the Tibetan Ro-Langs”
Phorcys and Ceto brought into the world a swathe of monsters, earning Ceto the title “mother of monsters”.
Let’s recap: (Part One can be found here) Gilgamesh was a Sumerian king (technically, he presided over the city of Uruk). However, his heart had grown cruel,… Read more “Utnapishtim’s Ark, pt. 2: Gilgamesh’s End”
Minoa was lost. We call it Crete now. Maybe, it had gone through an apocalypse; Something happened. It might have been an explosive event at Thera, what… Read more “The Sky Makes No Promises”
There’s an old adage about death and taxes being the only two certainties in life. Now, taxation is a function of government – death is a function… Read more “Who Wants To Live Forever? Markendaya and the End of the World”
In Hawaiian mythology lives a half-man half-hog known as Kamapua’a. Kamapua’a is the chief of Oahu and a Demi-god associated with fertility and agriculture. His snout was… Read more “Hog Man and the Flying Vagina”