Are you fond of Gothic style and want to see it in your apartment? I’m sure, if you’re like me, then you say, “Yes”. Of course, it’s not so easy to make a Medieval or dark and aristocratic setting. More precisely, it’s not affordable for most of us. However, don’t give up. I’ll tell about some simple things, which helped me to create a Gothic atmosphere at my home.
When Barry and Heather discover a peeling, weather-beaten clapboard house, they breathe a collective sigh and knock for assistance. This vestige of civilization, though, has a few tricks up its proverbial sleeve, being home of the thrill-kill clan. When Barry shuffles off to find a back entrance, Heather sits delicately on a porch swing, only to feel the hairs on her scalp rise; infamous Leatherface (Robert Jacks) has crept up behind her and is plucking teased hairs from her tiara.
The aftermath of this year’s ScareFest, the horror paranormal convention in Lexington, KY
The death penalty has very ancient roots. There is in fact evidence of its application since peoples like the Babylonians, Egyptians, Greeks and Romans. But still today it’s applied in many advanced countries, such as the USA. We certainly know that the prehistoric communities did use the death penalty, but we don’t have written evidence of criminal codes because the laws were passed down orally, and they were applied generally in a quite subjective and arbitrary way by people had…
Fun cemetery shoot with model Toxic Techno shows how cool it can be to be around grave stones!
Dark Side of Romance: Erotic Horror Author Lyn Gibson interviewed by the Examiner [USER SUBMITTED ARTICLE]
When author Lyn Seal Gibson enters a room, she draws attention without saying a word. Her striking cotton white hair and pale eyes assure those watching that she is someone of note. Once she is revealed as the author of the vampire horror novels To Be His Soulmate and Adrian’s Fury, her domination of the room is complete.
Gibson has been writing since childhood, when her dark poetry caused the adults around her to wonder about her spooky, eerie fantasies…
The only revolution in Goth culture that I feel we need is more honor, respect, and intelligent guidance set by the example of those who are in a significant position to do so.
For years, movies and literature have literally sucked the Gothic underground culture dry. And no, I’m not saying it is all bad either. But, the fact of the matter remains.
No commercialism in any form what-so-ever, should ever define you as a Goth, nor should it be used or allowed to define Goth. Remember who you are, Goth, not what you have been programmed and expected to be.
AUM TAT SAT OM MANI PADME HUM IO IO IO EPSILON OMICRON TETRA ROTA INFINITUM AUM
So, where do You stand as a Goth, if you so claim to be such a thing?