The Vampires of Rhode Island: Bright, Like An Angel. Nancy Young, 19, Foster. 1827

 Levi Young and his wife Anna’s farm was bountiful. The native corn, potatoes, and onions provided steady income for the family. Anna Young’s preserves , made from wild blackberries,  was renowned locally, and were even fetching a good price in … Continue reading The Vampires of Rhode Island: Bright, Like An Angel. Nancy Young, 19, Foster. 1827

The Vampires of Rhode Island: Half An Orchard Died. Sarah Tillinghast, 19, Exeter. 1799

 Stuckley Tillinghast was known to be a jovial good-natured man. He managed to provide decently for his family by selling his apples across Rhode Island and southern Massachusetts. Honour, his wife, kept a busy well-ordered household, watching over the couples … Continue reading The Vampires of Rhode Island: Half An Orchard Died. Sarah Tillinghast, 19, Exeter. 1799

Month of Horror 2019 Days 20/19 Resolution and The Endless Double Feature

Yes, those dates are right. Resolution (2012) Is friendship stronger than Lovecraftian forces? What do we expect from stories? What do we expect from ourselves? Resolution is a gripping, trippy horror flick that struggles with answering both of these very … Continue reading Month of Horror 2019 Days 20/19 Resolution and The Endless Double Feature

The Vampires of Rhode Island: Voted That This Council Be Dissolved. Abigail Staples, 23, Cumberland. 1796

 It is a harrowing disease, one of the deadliest across history, it’s victims are left in a pallid state , their eyes blood red; wracked by extreme fever and night sweats, their weight plummets as they simply waste away. If … Continue reading The Vampires of Rhode Island: Voted That This Council Be Dissolved. Abigail Staples, 23, Cumberland. 1796

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