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Peter Guy Blacklock
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Writer, illustrator, web-designer and ePublisher. Harbinger of the Future, Watchman of the Present, Warden of the Past!
Writer, illustrator, web-designer and ePublisher. Harbinger of the Future, Watchman of the Present, Warden of the Past!

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Knowledge is Power.
Know your friends, know your enemies, know your environment and know your limitations!
They say that a little knowledge is a dangerous thing, but a total lack of knowledge is far more dangerous. They also say that ignorance is bliss, but that’s because the ignorant don’t know what’s coming… better to know what’s coming so you can prepare for and, if at all possible, avoid or at least mitigate it. The more you know about the people and the world around you, the more prepared you are for any given situation and the more power you have to deal with it. READ MORE HERE:

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The Haunted Palace (Roger Cormen, USA. 1963)
Although marketed as Edgar Alan Poe’s The Haunted Palace this movie, directed by Roger Cormen, is actually based on H. P. Lovecraft‘s short novel The Case of Charles Dexter Ward with the screenplay adapted by Charles Beaumont. It’s not an entirely faithful adaptation of the short novel but it does have Vincent Price in dual roles as Joseph Curwen and Charles Dexter Ward.

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Harbinger451 is the online persona of Peter Guy Blacklock.
Writer, illustrator, web-designer and ePublisher.
Providing a curious, funny, dark, informative, insightful, speculative & skeptical commentary on life & living, culture & society, fact & folklore, fiction & film, games & the Internet, plus a myriad of other aspects to the modern human condition - past, present & future.

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Gaea Parallaxis: the chronicles and testaments of Citizen No Name Kane is a free epic techno-gothic fantasy and sci-fi horror-comedy… yes, really! It follows the weird adventures of the perplexed amnesiac narrator (forced to use the name No Name Kane for legal and – as far as he can tell – purely bureaucratic reasons far beyond his control) as he explores the strangely familiar and yet alien world into which he has been mysteriously transported.

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Behold the first Universal Truth from The Priory of Universal Truth…
Moderation is the key to Happiness.
A little bit of everything really does do you good – the trick is knowing how much a little is!

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Bram Stoker’s famous villainous vampire, from his massively influential Gothic novel – Dracula (1897), is one of the most portrayed horror characters in Movie and TV history… but whose portrayal is the best? We’ve selected our top 21 most notable, memorable or worthy performances – from which you can choose your favourite three in our Poll

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The New Laws of Robotics will be split into two hierarchical lists – the first is a list of the main Laws which are a series of prioritized protocol-like rules that are hard-wired and must be obeyed, and the second list is of hard-wired Designations used for identifying the different types or class of human or property a Robot may feasibly interact with.

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We are embarking on an investigation into one of the most persistent true crime mysteries that has now puzzled, perplexed and frustrated countless  criminologists and would-be detectives for over one and a quarter centuries… the identity of the person or persons unknown who committed the Whitechapel Murders.

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In its broadest sense a multiverse (or meta-universe) is a collection of multiple universes, any number of which could be very similar to or very different from our own and each other. Many types of multiverse (and universes within them) have been theorised and none, some or all could exist simultaneously either together or apart. Here is a list of the basic types of multiverse that could exist… maybe.

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The 451 ePublishing Haus is the digital publishing arm of Harbinger451.co.uk and will be bringing you a whole range of eBooks, both for free and to buy, soon. This branch of our site has launched with the publication of the first volume in our Dollar Dreadful series, a periodical collection of original Dark Genre short fiction for the staggeringly low price of $1 – each volume of which will feature three tales of terror and dread  – from the best indie writers out there – that fall under the wider genre of horror but may include speculative, mystery and noir themes that are geared toward adult tastes.  So, by definition, they will probably contain extreme themes and situations of a profane, violent, horrific or sexual nature. Expect adult language and situations as well as overt violence and gore! You have been warned!
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