Every once in awhile we like to point out some of our extended family to readers of News From the Spirit World, as a sign of appreciation to them as well as letting out readers hear about projects and personalities which might be of interest to our readers.
Dolce Vita is a burlesque dancer, pin-up model and make up artist hailing from Chicago and she is a top tier performer in her field.
A potent mixture of class, charm, sex appeal and poise, Dole Vita’s live performances have entertained crowds all over the Chicago land area and her modeling work is quickly gaining notice online as well.
Currently besides her live performances and doing the 100 Days of Makeup challenge on Instagram, Dolce Vita is also among the candidates to become Miss Motoblot 2016 and you can lend a hand by voting for her by clicking here.
This is reblogged from my Lurking Musings blog where it featured as part of my Vampire Month special event. On Thursday this week, Johnathon will be talking in more detail about the Vampire Killing kit that the museum has in its collection.
Today we have an interview with Jonathan Ferguson, Curator of Firearms at the Royal Armouries in Leeds. He recently gave a talk entitled ‘How to kill a Vampire’ which I was lucky enough to attend and it was this talk which led me to approach him about a slot in Vampire month.
Skeleton Key figures will release a set of five figurines over the next few months of 2013, representing five ghosts of Japanese legend.
The series of figures is called Shuonan, or “asylum for vindictive spirits to pay back their contempt and bitterness.” Each figurine is limited to a run of two hundred and fifty.
The first ghostly legend, to be released March 18th and seen in the pic at right, will be Oiwa, a ghost of a women killed by her lover and left to reside in dark waters for the rest of time.
News From the Spirit World is still a young and inexperienced websites as far as web life and growth go, but we have quickly learned that there is a subculture for anything scary and creepy that goes hand in hand with the paranormal.
With that in mind, I just figured I’d give space to some of those who love the paranormal but do things in other fields, usually with a frighting or disturbing tie in.
One such venture is Weird Avenue, a collection of artwork drawn by Christopher Marsh, who sells his wares at this website.