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Borowski’s Murderabilia Carousel


Crime Documentarian John Borowski


When we discovered that crime documentarian John Borowski had a new film, we were absolutely intrigued.

His latest effort takes a larger view of the grotesque subject that obsesses so many people: Murderabilia, collecting like archaeologists, the… 254 more words

Politics & Society

Ch10-A The Ball

Chapter Ten

Describes how Wolf Gontram was put into the ground because of Alraune.



Karl Mohnen was not the only one around that time that fell under the deceptive wheels of his Excellency’s magnificent machine. 2,238 more words

Pioneering Bush Poet

The popular Australian bush poet and short story writer Henry Lawson died 92 years ago on 2 Sept 1922. This imposing statue of him stands in The Domain in Sydney. 18 more words


parting from a dream (if only for a while)

i look beyond the grasp of  these hands;

digging,  searching.

day after day, waking up in these quick sand dreams,

driving into the same postcard picture schemes, 157 more words

Top Ten Book Characters That Would Be Sitting At My Lunch Table (80)

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.
It’s all about bookish lists!
Share your lists and remember to stop by The Broke and the Bookish to see where it all began. 32 more words


Two Cover Reveals

Recently two of my favourite authors have revealed covers and I just have to share them with you!

Maria V Snyder’s SHADOW STUDY – a continuation of the Study series now named Soulfinders. 21 more words