When Satan tempted Adam in the garden, he argued that God had hid basic knowledge from him, that, after such care was taken to create life and a world around it, God had secluded Adam and his mate in ignorance. 1,265 more words
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After I’d finished the fourth volume in the Rook series, it occurred to me that I’d introduced quite a few supporting characters that were worthy of stories in their own right: Leonid Kaslov, Catalyst, Revenant, Rachel Winters, Frankenstein’s Monster, etc. 1,033 more words
Two hapless freight handlers find themselves encountering Dracula, the Frankenstein Monster and the Wolf Man.
During the ventilation seminars today, I learned that Universal Pictures have (or had, I don’t remember exactly) a copyright for the bolted and scarred version of Frankenstein’s monster (no – for those of you who haven’t read the original work – that is not the original monster).