Monthly Archives: May 2011

Glenda – “A Hero Falls” [Part 6]

He allows himself to be carried along by the tide of the events. Like the others, he’s sheep to the slaughter. Unlike the others, he’s no unwitting pawn. They’re already dead; they just don’t know it, yet. But, he knows. … Continue reading

Posted in Glenda, Vampire Noir | 1 Comment

Turned Out Nazi Again!

Was loveable buck-toothed northern banjo-strummer George Formby a Nazi-sympathiser? If top documentary maker Haldane Burke’s new television investigation is to be believed, then the answer is – yes! In a soon to be screened Channel Five programme Burke claims that … Continue reading

Posted in Stories of The Third Reich, the Greatest Evil of the 20th Century, Zotz! | 1 Comment

We need gun control and the SBT (Swedish Bikini Team)

Now, that’s the flavor of gun control advocate that will sway/get my vote everytime. 🙂

Posted in Zotz! | Comments Off on We need gun control and the SBT (Swedish Bikini Team)

The Dating Game – [excerpts]

Ken:  “How’d your date go? ” Ray:  “My date involved two instances of extreme violence, one instance of her hand on my cock and my finger up her thing which lasted all too briefly – and then I was away … Continue reading

Posted in Zotz! | Comments Off on The Dating Game – [excerpts]

Glenda – “A Hero Falls” [Part 5]

“Wizard, you get all of this,” the dandy taps the bottle, “if you come along. And, don’t drag your feet, either. We make haste to fuck this wanton wench.” The wizard downs his glass in one swallow and falls in … Continue reading

Posted in Glenda, Vampire Noir | 1 Comment

Glenda – “A Hero Falls” [Part 4]

“Are you sure that you’re not her twin?” The dandy asks. Tit for tat. “I’m sure.” She brushes back her long yellow tresses, momentarily baring the leftside of her neck. A knobb disfigures that side. Black imperfection in a sea … Continue reading

Posted in Glenda, Vampire Noir | 42 Comments

Glenda – “A Hero Falls” [Part 3]

“I could take you there, if you let me keep the bottle.” He flashes a mouth of rotten, snaggleteeth. “What happened to you?” The dandy asks. The concern in his voice is genuine. He can see that the old man’s … Continue reading

Posted in Glenda, Vampire Noir | 34 Comments

Glenda – “A Hero Falls” [Part 2]

Days lapse into weeks … Weeks into months … With the monster officially vanquished, and thus the menace finally over, things return to normal in Haven. It’s as if the Vampire never stalked its streets. “But … who was the … Continue reading

Posted in Glenda, Vampire Noir | 33 Comments

Glenda – “A Hero Falls” [Part 1]

An unnatural silence precedes the resurrection. The shadows cometh, and then they go, as if they are disembodied mourners at a wake shuffling past the cremated remains of a loved one. Movement—the dust that was her, stirs. Then, it takes … Continue reading

Posted in Glenda, Vampire Noir | Comments Off on Glenda – “A Hero Falls” [Part 1]

Glenda returns on Monday with a new story – “A Hero Falls”

Remember, it’s hard to keep a deadgirl down … 🙂

Posted in June Wilkinson, Vampire Noir | 28 Comments

Glenda’s Backstory, Part 4 – “Overview”

      CE stands for “Common Era.” AD is an abbreviation for “Anno Domini” in Latin or “the year of the Lord” in English. Both measure the number of years since the approximate birthday of Yeshua of Nazareth (a.k.a. … Continue reading

Posted in Glenda, Vampire Noir | 2 Comments

Glenda’s Backstory, Part 3 – “The Seven Demons”

Another “race” of Vampires is also mentioned as a Vampiric entity which was much feared: “The Seven Demons”. These beings have been mentioned in many Mesopotamian religious texts and incantations, like the following excerpt taken from a Sumerian banishment (taken … Continue reading

Posted in Glenda, Vampire Noir | 8 Comments

Glenda’s Backstory, Part 2 – “Uruku a.k.a. Utukku”

Another creature from the Mesopotamian that fits this role as Vampire-like creatures is that of the Uruku or Utukku. The Uruku is actually referred to as a “Vampyre which attacks man” in a cuneiform inscription. There is very little known … Continue reading

Posted in Glenda, Vampire Noir | 1 Comment

Glenda’s Backstory, Part 1 – “Ekimmu Vampires”

The first myth on Vampires predates back to roughly 4000 B.C.E. from the ancient Sumer civilization. The ancient Sumerians existed in Mesopotamia and facts prove that by 3100 B.C.E., their culture brought the earliest archeologically proven dynasty; the first cities … Continue reading

Posted in Glenda, Vampire Noir | 3 Comments

Glenda – “A Hidden Darkness” [Part 26]

For the briefest of moments, all of the emotion drains from Fisher’s face. She has a flash, a fleeting vision of something, and then … Her mind goes completely blank. Worry paints Hawk’s face upon seeing Fisher’s lapse. Then, she … Continue reading

Posted in Glenda, Vampire Noir | 1 Comment

Glenda – “A Hidden Darkness” [Part 25]

He looks down at the Vampire. The dirty yellow eyes stare sightlessly at the ceiling, and the clawed hands lie still at her sides. He raises his axe one last time, and cuts savagely at the creature’s neck. The steel … Continue reading

Posted in Glenda, Vampire Noir | 3 Comments

June Wilkinson, Her Cups Runneth Over

The Fallen – They speak in dead tongues and bath in the blood of children.

Posted in June Wilkinson, Vampire Noir | 1 Comment

Something in the Sky

Did Virgin Mary appear in Africa or it’s the Project Blue Beam in action? Look ar this video in youtube VIRGIN MARY APPEARS IN AFRICA SKY BLUEBEAM WARNING – CLEAR HD FOOTAGE.mp4  And read about the Project Blue Beam in … Continue reading

Posted in Zotz! | 3 Comments