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Edward Brock
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Reader / Writer / Skeptic. I collect Horror/Fantasy PBs. I've published a few things.
Reader / Writer / Skeptic. I collect Horror/Fantasy PBs. I've published a few things.

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The world is crrrrraaazzy. As a result, I’ve made my humor book–The Little Things DO Suck!–only 99c for awhile. Maybe it can help ease some of the anxiety many of us are feeling these days. It is available on a bunch of ebook seller websites. Just click…

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2016 seems to have been a shitty year for most people. I was among those who were happy and eager for the year to end. 2017 looks like it’s on track to be even crazier, weirder, annoying and interesting. I’m not looking forward to interacting on social…

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Today, in 1978, over 900 people died from mass suicide-murder, under the leadership of Reverend Jim Jones.

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Historical Happening: Gojira The King of the Monsters, Godzilla, first appeared on movie screens on this day–in 1954 (in Japan). It was released 2 years later in the United States (where it was “Americanized–even adding Raymond Burr to better appeal to…

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One of the most important books (especially in Fantasy literature) was published on this day in 1937. The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien popularized modern Fantasy and is still loved by fans to this day.

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Happy Birthday to my TV mom--Lily Munster (Yvonne De Carlo). Born on this day (Sept. 1) in 1922.
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Wow. Really unhappy with 2016–where so many of iconic figures have died. Now, we have lost Gene Wilder. Those who remember him probably have a particular place in their heart for him. For some, it might be as Dr. Frederick Frankenstein in Young…

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One of the most amusing hoaxes in American history, what came to be known as “The Great Moon Hoax “was published (over a 6 day period beginning on Aug. 25, 1835) in the New York paper, The Sun.

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Historical Happening. 41 years ago today, Dr. Frank N. Furter proclaimed “I’m sweet transvestite from Transsexual, Transylvania”.

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Sinbad & the Eye of the Tiger was released on this day (Aug. 10) in 1977. It was the third–and final–Sinbad film featuring the beautiful stop-motion work of master monster maker, Ray Harryhausen. As always, it was his creatures that stole the film.
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