Tag Archives: Cemetery Travel

Another Morbid Wrap-up

Things are clearly getting away from me, these days. I keep pulling things out as research for my new book, but nothing every gets put away.  The piles just grow taller. (The weird thing is that it doesn’t look as … Continue reading

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October’s Morbid Roundup

The Martini Bar of Horror was my last performance for the year, so I’m glad it went well.  I was nervous about telling a story I hadn’t told in public before, but it felt like it went pretty well.  Next … Continue reading

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The Autumn People

    My birthday is kind of a holy day for me. I try to take it off, spend it in a graveyard if at all possible. I’ve celebrated my birthday in Pere Lachaise, in the Bone Chapel of Kutna … Continue reading

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Death’s Garden Revisited

So I’m going to start wrapping up the series of guest posts on my cemetery blog.  Want to tell me about the graveyard that changed your life?  Now is your chance. Here’s the call for submissions: Twenty years ago, I was given … Continue reading

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Dreadful Tales interview

How were you approached to contribute to SINS OF THE SIRENS? Did you know who else would be contributing to the anthology? During the World Horror Convention in San Francisco, John Everson took me out for a drink in the … Continue reading

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