The Crossroads of the Aether
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Recently, I took a small excursion to the world famous Myrtles Plantation. Myrtles’ claim to fame is ‘One of The Most Haunted Homes’, and I was excited for the opportunity of perhaps being lucky enough to be honored with a glimpse of its ghostly denizens.
Myrtles Plantation is located on Hwy 61 just a little past St. Francisville, Louisiana. If you stop by the cute little town, be…Continue
A Short Bio of Professor J.T. Anaglyph
Professor J.T. Anaglyph was born Julian Tiberius Anaglyph on April 14th 1895. He was born in Liverpool, England to his father John Tiberius Anaglyph and mother Rita Sarah (Sutton) Anaglyph. His father like most Liverpudlians worked on the docks, he also from time to time worked as a sailor for an exporting company. His mother worked as a tailor in a small shop in town.
It was early on when his parents learned that…Continue
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Recently, I made the mistake of reading a rather dramatic thread and taking the comments too seriously. I blame the gin, once more.
Needless to say, I'm a rather foppish chap who likes his shiny things, elaborate apparel, and overly feathered hat. This comes rather natural to me and my persona.
To drift further from the point, I'd like to say... I know a lot of people look down on the whole steampunk persona and alternate name thing, but I find it's a nice escape from…
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My thoughts have become so jumbled that I can hardly write a cohere sentence. I do not know if there are even words to describe how I feel. Things at the World’s Columbian Exposition have taken an interesting turn. It seems that this event has been a point of convergence for various acquaintances I have made. I have reunited with old friends and become more familiar with ones I have only recently met. Then there is Joshua F. Edward.
He is an artist and craftsman from…Continue
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Sepiachord Playlist for the Week Ending May 1st~
Rasputina: Do What I Do
Vagabond Opera: Tango 'til They're Sore
Blue Man Group: Shadows…Continue
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I was right to be excited about the First Annual Texas Steampunk Convention in San Antonio, Texas this past weekend. I’ve been to several Anime Conventions in the past and I just have to say that this blows every one of them out of the water.
I realized at the past Ikkicon how I never really enjoyed the Conventions I went to in the past. I usually walked away annoyed at the end of conventions, but not with AetherFest. When Sunday rolled around, nearly everyone I talked to wished it…Continue
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