Tell me something spooky... something that sends shivers down my spine... something that makes my hair stand on end and comes back to haunt me late at night in the dark corners of my imagination.
This year's gallery theme is the scary story. We have all heard a story that brings chills and makes our hearts race, something that comes back to haunt us later, when we don't want to think about it. It could have been an urban legend, or a silly campfire story. Maybe it was a true ghost story we heard on the radio or saw on TV, or actually experienced ourselves or heard the tale from others. Perhaps it was something we read. Literature is rich with good scary stories, from classics by Bram Stoker, Mary Shelley, Shirley Jackson and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle to short stories by Guy de Maupassant, H P Lovecraft and of course, Edgar Allen Poe. Maybe it is even something we ourselves have created on our own and told to others.
We have all heard or seen something that frightened us, or excited our imaginations, or entertained our darker senses of humor.
Recall those images, those words, those fears and present them to the gallery. Entries may be in any form that can be posted on the blog page. We encourage those who are writing to remember that all entries will be displayed on one page so to keep a limit to the length of the stories.
Please send your entries to and I will post them.
So go a head and scare us.....

I dare you.
In order to provide a little more organization to the site, There will be two sub pages. There will be a gallery page for the art and a library page for the stories.

Saturday, October 25, 2008

Two new images added to the Gallery by Darcy Stapleford.

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