There is a great misconception that states after you are dead and buried, that’s the end of it.  Charlie Barker should be enough evidence that this isn’t always the case.  But, for the incurable skeptics out there, he has a few more points of example for you.

Two roommates at a boarding school talk over past mistakes in I NEED A RIDE.  Let’s hope that their transgressions were limited to life and not the afterlife.  Then, a young girl living with her uncle wonders if his anger and frustration in life carried over into the next existence in FIT TO BE TIED.  The third undead tale is derived from a popular ditty from all the way down under in Australizomba.  Find out the meaning behind the  song of WALTZING MATHILDA.  The outback just got a little more scary.

Things got a little dead today at the circus, my friends.  Maybe you should head out and return next time when it can be a bit more lively for you.  We may even play some games.


The sideshow has all sorts of wonders.  Charlie Barker can only related but a few.  This time around, he proposes the possibility that dinosaurs and people were not separated by millions of years of evolution as most commonly thought.  Three tales of reptilian threat are just within the tent.  Grab your coffee at the concession stand and head in for some Jurassic Perk.

The first leathery, cold-blooded tale is OF LIZARD GODS AND MEN.  This is the Aboriginal tale of giant carnivorous lizards known as Adnoartina.  Secondly, it is a more well-known dinosaur tale about an amphibious reptile we all know and love.  It’s THE LOCH NESS BLUNDER.  With a title like that, it can’t possibly have a positive ending.  Next, what do you get when you cross a couple of rednecks with a fifteen thousand pound dinosaur in the woods?  Find out in ANKLE SORE US.

Next time, it’s out of the land of the lost and back to the realm of the unreal.  Away from the terrible lizards and back to the terrifying tales ready and waiting for you in the sideshow when the Circus of the Unknown is open for business yet again.  Charlie will be waiting for your return.  Don’t disappoint him.