My favorite board game is “Clue” (known as Cludeo in the UK”). I remember as a kid coming across a used copy at a local rummage sale. My favorite character is Miss Scarlet because she always goes first. But my sister usually got her. I went with Col. Mustard or Professor Plum.
A long while back I bought a British set that had 9 or 10 characters instead of the regular 6. Since then I started collecting modern sets, including the Simpsons version, Family Guy, The Office, Seinfeld, Harry Potter, Alfred Hitchcock, and Juicy Couture. I haven’t played them all yet.
I’ve seen a Benedict Cumberbatch/Sherlock Holmes version and a Big Bang Theory version but both are too expensive right now.
I don’t think the world will ever truly appreciate how weird GLEN OR GLENDA really is.
Is this a scene from “Glen or Glenda”? Or a photo from Carolyn & Jeb’s wedding?
From The Illustrated Police News, March 29, 1879 — Nettie Aronhalt of Marion, Ohio, killed her sleeping father by using a revolver, a hatchet and dousing his bed with hot coal oil before setting the house on fire.
Was he a fucking vampire, or what?
Nettie Aronhalt gave her father 50 whacks
When she saw what she’s done she shot him and set him on fire.
From “Let the right one in” - a wonderful Swedish vampire movie. Wait, let me rephrase that - a wonderful vampire movie from Sweden.
(While the American remake “Ket me in” is good, the original is better.)
Untold Tales Of Dark Shadows
When Roger Collins graduated from University it decided it was best if he stopped wearing pink lipstick.
Christopher Lee as Dracula
Apparently Dr. Hoffman’s injections didn’t work on Christopher Lee either.
Can you imagine if this was the Collins cousin from England?