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RUN

November 2, 2015 Gonzo Today 0

  by Weasel For the past couple days I’ve been staying at a friend’s place, and although Jeremy and I were not close friends, eloping from the warm winters of Texas just sounded like a good opportunity for a few beers and other related substances. I don’t know where Jeremy […]

Red Marble

November 2, 2015 Saira Viola 0

‘ By the pricking of my thumbs, Something wicked this way comes. (Macbeth, 4.1)’ by Saira Viola Selwyn was a simple man. He liked simple things: the colour blue, beer, beef steaks and chopping people up. He was short with a squat rot complexion pitted with scars and bad memories. Selwyn had sand-coloured hair and […]

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

November 2, 2015 Gonzo Today 0

  by Washington Irving In the bosom of one of those spacious coves which indent the eastern shore of the Hudson, at that broad expansion of the river denominated by the ancient Dutch navigators the Tappan Zee, and where they always prudently shortened sail and implored the protection of Saint […]

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The Canals of Lake Okeechobee

November 2, 2015 Gonzo Today 0

  by Marc D. Goldfinger artwork copyright© 2015 joeyfeldman, www.joeyfeldman.com There is no sense of time here. Have I been in the Troll’s basement for thirty days? Or has it been thirty years? The other junkies who dropped in here today tell me that it is raining outside. They say […]

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Ghouls, Ghosts and Gruesome Goings on

November 1, 2015 Gonzo Today 0

  by Saira Viola Why celebrate All Hallows Eve, and what ‘s the reason for tiny tots donning scary frocks and demanding candy with menace? Halloween, Devils Night — call it what you will — only rivals Christmas in terms of world-wide popularity and is uniquely American in its razzamatazz […]

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Haunted Inns of Cape Cod

November 1, 2015 David Pratt 0

By David Pratt CAPE COD, MA – Cape Cod is considered one of the most haunted regions of already creepy New England. From the ghosts of old ship captains and shipwrecked pirates to the lost souls of their women left behind, eternally gazing out to sea from their widow’s walk, Cape […]