rogerwilkerson:

Beach Blanket Pepsi - detail from 1955 ad.

rogerwilkerson:

Beach Blanket Pepsi - detail from 1955 ad.

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DARK FIGURES

In this creepy video, the user is inside what seems to be an abandoned house. He goes into a room and sees a darkish figure sitting down facing the wall. He slams the door, but then goes to open it again. This time the figure is standing up, facing him. 

The figure looks like a dark mass that’s transparent at some parts. When it stands the viewer can tell it has an almost non-human shape. It’s arms are too short and seem to end in a stump rather than fingers. 

(Source: sixpenceee)

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superdames:

The Tigress, the first female villain in the world’s first superhero comic.

—Action Comics #1 (1938) by Frank Guardineer

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seattlemysterybooks:

September 1949 issue
stories included:
~ D.L. Champion, “Blackmail Backfire”, 25th of 26,‘Red Sackler & Joey Graham’, 29th of 30 stories in BM
~ Frederick C. Davis, “Let Me Kill You Sweetheart”, 14th of 16 stories in BM
~ James Hall, “Back Door to Hell”, author’s only appearance in BM
~ Hiawatha Jones, “Murder Express”, author’s only appearance in BM
~ Louis L’Amour, “Collect from a Corpse”, noted author’s sole appearance in BM
~ Phil Richards, “The Slay’s the Thing”, ‘James Greer, ex-playwright’, author’s sole appearance in BM
~ Robert P. Toombs, “Not Necessarily Dead”, 2nd of 3 stories in BM
~ Robert Turner, “Man’s Best Friend”, ‘A dog named Satan’, 1st of 4 stories in BM

Seattle Mystery Bookshop

seattlemysterybooks:

September 1949 issue

stories included:

~ D.L. Champion, “Blackmail Backfire”, 25th of 26,‘Red Sackler & Joey Graham’, 29th of 30 stories in BM

~ Frederick C. Davis, “Let Me Kill You Sweetheart”, 14th of 16 stories in BM

~ James Hall, “Back Door to Hell”, author’s only appearance in BM

~ Hiawatha Jones, “Murder Express”, author’s only appearance in BM

~ Louis L’Amour, “Collect from a Corpse”, noted author’s sole appearance in BM

~ Phil Richards, “The Slay’s the Thing”, ‘James Greer, ex-playwright’, author’s sole appearance in BM

~ Robert P. Toombs, “Not Necessarily Dead”, 2nd of 3 stories in BM

~ Robert Turner, “Man’s Best Friend”, ‘A dog named Satan’, 1st of 4 stories in BM

Seattle Mystery Bookshop

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