A year or so has gone by for the Write On SC radio show and we’ve had a number of good ones. If you’re interested in the art of writing or supporting us you can catch us on Patreon But do me a favor, if you’re a writer or are interested in becoming one, take … More Write On: The Podcast for Aspiring Writers.
If you haven’t heard her name before, don’t be ashamed. Eulabelle Moore has only four IMDB credits to her name, not one of them big name productions. In fact, like Eulabelle you’ve probably never heard of. The first is an uncredited role (probably a servant) in the 1951 low-budget melodrama Teresa about a soldier in … More Celebrating Black Actress Eulabelle Moore- Obscure, But Not Forgotten
Gaius Julius Caesar Augustus Germanicus, aka “Caligula”, which translates from Latin as “Little Boots” was the third emperor of Rome, succeeding Tiberius, who was emperor during the time of Jesus Christ. Perhaps one of the greatest train wrecks of the Roman Empire, Caligula lasted only five years before being assassinated. Thus proving that it’s not … More The Incestual Activities of Caligula
2019 has ended! Another long year of pandering to my reading addiction. But my folly can be your joy. For this installment I decided to list all of the books that I’ve read this year that I have deemed worthwhile. Again, these are just the good ones. There have been just as many that were terrible, … More My Readings for 2019
Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus was the fifth emperor of Rome and the last of the Julio-Claudian dynasty, which fell due to the sheer incompetence and outrageous behavior of their emperor. His treatment of Christians is the basis for being named the Beast of the Apocalpyse in the Book of Revelations (if you add up … More The Disturbing Weddings of Nero
The following excerpt is from Pietro Damiani’s Book of Gomorrah (1048) which is mostly a writing denouncing the vices of the clergy, homosexuality being among the foremost. Damiani was a zealot for monastic and clerical reform and introduced a more severe discipline, including the practice of self-flagellation, into the house, which, under his rule, quickly … More 11th Century Crusade Against Homosexuality
Isobel Gowdie was a Scottish woman who confessed to witchcraft during the Great Scottish Witch Hunt of 1661- 1662. The confessions include details of charms and rhymes, claims she was a member of a coven in the service of the Devil, and that she met with the fairy queen and king. Apart from her confessions … More A Woman Describes Sex with the Devil- 1662 Witchcraft Trial.
Truly a horrible piece of cinematic film. The purpose of it is in the title. Splatter gore about the place as a cheap thrill. This was part of the cheap-o drive-in circuit, the old time equivalent of direct-to-video market. Make something cheap, toss it out, there’ll be some return on the investment. The plot is … More The Wizard of Gore: A Classic Name for a Bad Film
King Charles II of England had many problem to face after being restored to the throne following the death of Oliver Cromwell: The Great Plague of 1665, the Great Fire of 1666, major conflicts with Parliament, and so on. But he also had a nasty habit of traveling incognito to the brothels of London. One … More Charles II: Trapped in a Brothel
Now Available on Amazon in print and ebook. The assassin chuckled. Stupid alien. Falling for such a simple trick. Her dependence on gadgets would be her undoing. After gaining the target’s data number from the planet’s hypernet’s central directory, he had sent Jaloon a call using a fol probe. It registered as a … More Sneak Peak- Jaloon: Assassin’s Cape