This photo was taken inside the Cave Church, deep within Gellért Hill in Budapest, Hungary. I was fascinated with the Continue reading
Even the most banal day-to-day activities conceal a dark, treacherous undercurrent that threatens to wash away the spilt milk of human kindness. No sense crying over it. Might as well laugh – until your blood glucose returns to normal.
To my knowledge, automatic writing was first formally introduced as a literary technique by André Breton, founder of surrealism. Apparently, Continue reading
When I started Kadath Press back in 1996, my Web site received visitors from around the world. By far, the Continue reading
Tried my first séance last night. The séance was held at a local psychic’s house. When I arrived at her Continue reading
Recently, I was in a large bookstore and had to urinate. I decided to find the washroom, rather than let Continue reading
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Life, Love, and Religion By: Cameron A. Straughan Copyright Oct. 24, 1993 Jesus is on the cliff-top, arms outstretched. The Continue reading
Hands outstretched. A quick slap. Retracted. Still waiting at the table, he watches the waitress’s back. She keeps an eye Continue reading