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IT’S THE END OF THE WORLD AS WE KNOW IT

All good things must come to an end, ladies and gentlemen.  CreepyGram and the Mourning Show examines this eventuality in a trio of totally true tales today.  Stories that show how the civilization of man crumbles like a sandcastle at high tide.  As they say, life’s a beach.

There are many ways the world may end.  First on that list is the porcine apocalypse.  Yes, it’s all reflected IN A PIG’S EYE.  Zombies have long been the culprit on the way things go down.  But what if it isn’t just the rising undead but an unhealthy dependence on technology that contributes to the end of times?  Find out how that looks in OPERATION RAZOR WIRE.  Thirdly, another implausible force of finality.  Light and fluffy FOAM takes over.  No, it ain’t those scrubbing bubbles.  This is something worse.

Charlie Barker will return next time.  Assuming, of course, that the world doesn’t end before then.  If it doesn’t, please come back to the Circus of the Unknown.

MATTERS OF THE DISHEART

Love is in the air.  It is the time of year we are either reminded of how lucky or how lonely we truly are.  Char has something along those lines for you either way.  Come into the tent and see.

Passion influences action, whether that drive is of the heart is for love, money, or power.  Other times, the heart and head are wired unconventionally and the passion that pushes a person is unimaginable.  First off, it’s a Valentine’s Day tale entitled MOONLIGHT AND ROSES, a tale where love is in the eye socket of the beholder.  Up next, a true tale from one of the “States of Fear”.  These are scary short stories from each state in the U.S. of A.  This time around, we go to Utah to hear the revolting rendition of THE SALT LAKE CITY GRAVE ROBBER.  The third of the trio is called THE QUEEN OF VOODOO, which is also another of the “States of Fear”.  This one is from New Orleans and tells the tale of Marie Laveau, a real life VooDoo priestess.

Thank you for visiting the sideshow of the surreal.  On Thursday, the circus will return.  Until then, the flaps are closed.