In the Warehouse District of Old Saint Louis, Jackal’N strikes again! Traipsing through Benton Park in bent-minded bloodlust attack, the ripper glides past the old warehouse district and continues on past the Historic Lemp Mansion. In 1980, Life Magazine deemed the Lemp Mansion as “One of the 10 most haunted places in America”. With a reputed count of four on-site suicides within the royal family, a pedigree bloodline whose reputation grew decadently rich in pioneering the brewery world, the legend lives on. Maybe these ghosts that haunt this traumatically notorious hotspot are stirring up som
Time changes, but she’s still the same. She was young in the 19th and even in the 18th centuries. Who knows, maybe she lives nowadays. (Photography by Andrew Rezun.)
Are you a film maker or collector? Are you one who would rather fall down a set of stairs than watch chick flicks? Is your ideal night out consist of Netflix and Kill? Well this is where you’ll want to be in 2018! Shock Stock Canada is where the ghouls come to enjoy the art of horror!
This gallery was created to show the beautiful one of a kind necklace titled Usra in Silver created by Italian jewellery designer Matt the Jewel, presented to me as part of the prize for becoming the 2017 DarkestGoth Magazine spokesmodel.
2016 Spokesmodel Parket reminds us that some spirits of nature dwell close, to remind human beings. You can see them in forests, on mountains or in ocean. One of these spirits sometimes walks in old city park.
Where is the Funeral? How the Color Black Became Associated with Death and Mourning. [SPOKESMODEL ARTICLE]
Where is the funeral? is a question that many Gothic people have been asked while out and about in their Gothic garb. In modern society much of the population considers the color black to be the color of mourning, with entirely black outfits being viewed as funeral attire. Black clothing as the fashion for mourning is not a modern idea. It is routed in western/European tradition beginning as early as the formation of Rome itself and has continued to evolve into the mourning clothes worn in the present day.