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Is This Creepy House of Mannequins an Art Project?

It’s called the John Lawson House, located near the New Hamburg train station in New York, and it’s impressive for a few reasons.    First, it’s a really old house, built in 1845. Second – and here’s the “Man Bites Dog” angle – several life-sized female mannequins can be found on the front porch, in…

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Taking a Mulligan in the Game of Life

Everyday decisions made throughout our lives lead to unknown paths. This we know. It’s these decisions that mold our present standing, and our futures. But it’s only human to reflect on missed opportunities, which, to say the least, can be frustrating,   What if there was a decision in your past that you could change?…

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6 Reasons Why You Should Read Stephen King’s IT

  Stephen King’s IT is the bridesmaid of King’s novels. On every list ranking King’s novels, IT always comes in as number 2 or 3 — never number 1. To me it’s King’s best novel. Quick synopsis: It’s 1958 and something evil is preying on the children of Derry, Maine. A group of seven kids,…

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Horror/Thriller: One of the Most Inventive Genres?

Now’s the time of year to appreciate the color of fall, namely – blood red!   Seriously, save the golds, browns, and evergreens for Thanksgiving, because the fact is that Tim Burton’s “Nightmare Before Christmas,” celebrating its 20-year anniversary, proves that Halloween comes and goes way too fast.   People love to be freaked out.…

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