This is a CSA cemetery. I love the weathered look.
I’ve decided I should also post a few things of my own, and I love taking creepy photos. This one is from Chesterfield Mansion in my home town of River City. Can’t you just imagine something eerie floating down the stairs?
Okay, so I’m reading through a few Tweets and see something about a psychic that looked cool. I go to her website and, right on the front page, she’s selling “Intention Candle Kits.” A what?!
On the level, most of what I know about the occult is from watching monster movies and television (and maybe a couple of local disturbances). I know there’s really such a thing as magick, but do people really make and sell candles that have all the ingredients you’d put in a cauldron that you can activate by lighting it?
The bookshop I work in and hang out sometimes, Book Sense and Incense, has all kinds of that stuff (most of which is cool to look at but has as much power as a dead battery). I like to read the self-help spellbooks (and add the words “in my pants” and the end of the titles), but does anyone know if these really work?
Don’t leave me hanging.
I watch a lot of horror films. I know too much about vampires, mummies, monsters, homicidal maniacs, and zombies (a lot from personal experience).
How much of it sound right or even makes sense?
I’ve decided that’s what I want to do here. I’m going to bring up a trope from horror, tell you what I think about it, then ask what you think.
Hi, Tumblr! A little about me. I’m a River City, Alabama native, I got cancer when I was sick, died on my seventh birthday, then got better. I started middle school this year, I like taking pictures in cemeteries, and all my favorite shows have something supernatural going. Love Halloween, science fiction is okay, vampires shouldn’t sparkle. That’s about it, I guess. Back later.