Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Vampire Wedding, Werewolf Witness

Useless without pix, I know. I hate when these articles pop up without images of which to properly make fun. More vampire fans getting married in England.
I don't know a single vampire who has ever expressed an interest in a human themed wedding.

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Real life corpse bride

A very thoughtful father in China found his dead son a nice dead girl to share eternity with him.

Read the gruesome deatils here.

Isn't that nice?

Sunday, December 13, 2009

Werewolf? There wolf!

I guess humans have such a case of monster-envy that they're trying to find any way they can to associate themselves with us monsters. Now there's 'proof' that a full moon has a werewolf effect on people.

Extra, extra, read all about it!


Sunday, December 6, 2009

Back to the cave

Cave spiders. Male on the left. Female on the right.

BBC Earth News. Sounds like the set up for a horror movie: Ten years ago archaeologists explored a cave, and accidentally brought back cave spiders in their equipment. The spiders made themselves at home in a nearby house. Now, they have to go back to the cave.
Like me, they don't like light, so I'm guessing they'll be much better off.

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Fox muses vampires

Are vampires real? Well, these three certainly aren't.

Fox muses the scientific possibility of vampires. The annual articles debating if vampires are real seem to be happening more often… or at least every time some stupid human-made vampire film is released.

Here comes the science.

Read it, and weep… tears of ketchup if you don't mind.

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Kong's skeleton

King Kong's skeleton.

Found this at Millions of Monkeys.

The original King Kong skeleton was sold at a Christie's auction for $218K. Long live King Kong.

Clicky for link.

Monday, November 23, 2009

Juan Cabana strikes again!

I must be losing a step. I had to find this floating around on Betty Bones' blog through my sister, DeMonica. I've posted finds about this guy, Juan Cabana before. Early on I didn't realize he's an artist, but now I really admire what he does. He's moved on from hoaxes, and is creating taxidermy creatures that never existed… at least as far as YOU know.

Juan Cabana Creatures on

Here's his art at the original site that featured the hoax art.

This is one of Ira / Miguel's works of art: A mummified demon bat.

Saturday, November 14, 2009

Art that desrves burial

I would never sleep in this casket.

Oh, please. Art caskets? This is like those race car beds. They look cheesy because they ARE cheesy. No one wants to sleep in a gaudy casket, do they?

Click for more at the source from the American Casket Store.

Sunday, November 8, 2009

Rat invasion

The rats are coming to get you, Barbara.

A lot of my friends are rats, and they are very insulted by the idea that a recession will bring out more rats. Nevertheless, I hear chatter, and the rats do plan to invade according my sources. Surprisingly there are a lot of rats in the rat population.

ABC News story of pending rat invasion.

Saturday, November 7, 2009

The Rocky Horror Picture trendies

How about give them the world record so we never have to "do the time warp" again.

Rocky Horror fans make bid for world's largest Time Warp.

Friday, November 6, 2009

Jewish spider

Spider makes a perfect Star of David web.

What's the big deal. Never heard of a Jewish spider?

Click for a little more.

Sunday, November 1, 2009

Halloween Wedding

Here's a couple of goofballs getting married on Halloween dressed as ogre goblins and ghouls. Hmmpff. Once a year people accept monsters, now this couple ruins it by making everyone who dresses up look like dorks.

Reminds me of the very first post I ever made to this blog.

Congratulations John Kemp and Liz Caswell.

Saturday, October 31, 2009

Happy "Costume Day?"

Seriously? Happy "Costume Day?" What the heck have we become? Are we all snowflakes?



Darn it. I don't even like it when humans dress like me. But if Halloween becomes Costume Day I'm going to put ketchup on the lot of you, and gobble your bitter butts up.

Thursday, October 29, 2009

New Sea Monster discovered

A giant sea monster skull has been found in England. Apparently this fellow was big enough to eat a Tyrannosaurus Rex if he wanted to. Its head was over 8 feet long. That's why I'm assuming it's a boy. Only boys get a big head like that.

Read about the details here.

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Zombie attack plan

I are a college student :P

The Columbus Dispatch reported that the University of Florida has an emergency plan in case of zombie attack.

Too bad the PDF link is no longer there :(

Now what will they do?

Monster shark bite

Whoa! The predator is the prey of a bigger predator as a 10 foot shark is bitten nearly in half by an estimated 20 foot monster shark! That's a lot of feet! Soon it'll come on land and eat us all up!
And with 20 feet, that thing is probably FAST!

Read and see it here.

Monday, October 26, 2009

Zombie attack to collapse civilization

He's not all that smart, but this zombie is a handsome dude.

I know some zombies, and they are not the sharpest knives in the drawer. Take Betty Bones, for instance. Just a tad tardy to the smarts meetings. My point is, there's really not much to worry about when scientists say a zombie attack could destroy civilization. Follow the rules of the George Romero zombies. That's closer to the truth.

The thing is they are not really all that infectious. Sure they can bite you, but they only want you for your brains. Most humans act like idiots with no brains anyway. You're most likely safe from the zombie apocalypse.

You can read the claim here at

Sunday, October 25, 2009

16 cockroaches for lunch

Sean Murphy is going to need a breath mint. He broke the world record for… wait, just so you know - there's a world record for this because so many people have so few talents they rely on idiotic stunts like putting cockroaches in their mouth to "accomplish" something… putting 16 cockroaches in his mouth at one time.

Yes, indeedy. He put 16 cockroaches in his mouth.

Click for the gross picture and video

Friday, October 23, 2009

Cat Girl

Some girl from China is turning into a cat. Gray, not black, so I guess her luck is not all that bad ;)



Monday, October 19, 2009

The corpse of the issue

It's slightly understandable, but still simply repulsive. A dead body is in plain sight on a balcony for days before anyone realizes it's not part of a Halloween display. Please. Does no one in this apartment complex know what their neighbors look like? "Hey, that scarecrow looks a lot like Mostafa Mahmoud Zayed, the guy who lives down the hall… wait a second… That IS Mostafa!

Time to ban Halloween decorations as the holiday's origins are nothing more than a hate-filled celebration to frighten away ghouls, demons, and monsters in general. You can dress like us, but you can never be us. What makes you think we'll fear you if you dress like us. Go on, mock us, but we will haunt your nights as long as you continue to disregard your fellow human as you have disregarded Mostafa Mahmoud Zayed.

Read the article here.


Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Brazilian Bats. That's a LOT!

Want to see the coolest video you'll ever witness of bats viewed in infrared? These Brazilian bats were recorded using infrared so their habits were not disrupted by light.

Next thing you know they'll be video-recording me without my consent. Invasion of privacy!

Still cool, though.

Click to read the article on Wired, and see the video larger.


Friday, October 2, 2009

Meat eating vegetation

Okay, so, we've got meat-eating people, plant-eating people (vegetarians, vegans, etc.), plant-eating animals (herbivores) meat-eating animals (carnivores), buffet-eating people (omnivores) people-eating monsters, a few plant-eating monsters, insect-eating plants (Venus flytrap), insect-eating people (Renfield) and now the amoeba shape is complete:

Meat-eating plants!

Hooray for evolution!

Rats! It's what's for dinner ;)

Monday, September 28, 2009

Snake with a foot

A cute little snake with a foot. Is it a left or right?

A foot snake. Is that anything like an inch worm? Nah.

This li'l guy or gal has to be a sign of the apocalypse. Or maybe just some wacky genetic throwback.
Come one, come all! Meet the snake with a foot, and read all the gory details right here at this link.

/it's really not gory.

slither, thump… slither, thump… slither, thump, etc.

Friday, September 25, 2009

Spiders are terrific pigs

We should all take it as a lesson that animals and insect are not to be "kept." When you fill your dwelling with creepy crawlies that are potentially deadly, you stand a chance of being devoured by your "pets."

And that's just what happened.

A 30 year old German man named Mark Voegel was bitten by his black widow spider, then found over a week later with his household insects and reptiles picnicking on and apartment-squatting in his remains. Yum.

Saturday, September 19, 2009

Humans are murderers

A tear, a very rare tear escaped my eye when I saw this story. This poor little "monster" or "alien" was just an unknown creature to some boys in Panama. The teenagers decided it was a strange enough creature to them that they should stone it to death.
That's right, kids; when you see something, and you don't know what it is - it is imperative that you stone it to death. Unknown creatures are ALWAYS dangerous.
As it turns out the creature is very likely a deformed, hairless sloth.

The picture shown is a happy sloth. I couldn't bring myself to post the dead body of a poor murdered creature. You'll find it in the article.

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Urn a living

Yucky urn head for your beloved's ashes.

A very dear pet of mine recently passed, and I've been looking for methods of ash saving or scattering. I stumbled on this gem:

Ashes urn shaped like a human head.

For the record, I won't be putting a cat's ashes in a ceramic head.
Good grievous.

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

That's not Nessie

Nessie's been spotted on Google Earth? I think not. Nessie moved about 30 years ago. That's Nancy!

Loch Ness has no monster. Nancy is an eel.

Friday, August 14, 2009

Worm of death

The Mongolian Death Worm

The Mongolian Death Worm doth exist. This I know to be true. The mystery of this cryptoid be thine only for your lack of belief. From whence it came be the only necessary mystery. Knoweth this, oh surface dweller: The Mongolian Death Worm means to spit acid in those eyes of thine.

Enjoy. Clickula.

Was the Sarlacc of the Great Pit of Carkoon in the Dune Sea of Tattooine inspired by this creature? Only George Lucas knows for sure. Was Jabba the Hutt from Mongolia?

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Bobbie Blob is working out

Bobbie Blob has been captured (partially)!

A good friend of mine, Bobbie Blob has been training of the Alaskan coast. She's trying to get used to cold weather so that next time she eats all the popcorn in the movie theater, the locals can't freeze her. I'm sure it had something to do with all the collateral victims. There were people in that theater.

Anywho. They found her...


Monday, July 20, 2009

Sewer monster

Supposedly, this has been confirmed as "not a hoax," so enjoy guessing what the heck this is. There's some crazy sewer monster slithering around in the sewers of North Carolina. Reminds me of Hedorah the Smog Monster from Godzilla.

WARNING: The video in this link is nasty. It might be more than some can handle. A bit gooey, and gross.

Monday, July 13, 2009

giANT pov

Whoa. That's all. Whoa.

I love my bugs and insects. That's why I have to share this. Gigapan view of ant. I'm impressed.

Now we know what they'll look like when they take over the world :)

Can you guess what this is?

Friday, July 3, 2009

Ants take over the Earth

I for one welcome our new insect overlords :P

BBC Earth News reports a world-wide mega-colony of ants. Chatter indicates they plan to disrupt picnics around the world!

Vampire misinformation

Bill, Edward and Angel. The pretty faces of a campaign against anti-vambites.

As part of our misinformation campaign, we vampires have saturated the entertainment industry with various legends and lore regarding our existence. Have fun trying to figure out how we really turn you, and how we really devour you, and whether there really is any hope in destroying us. Have fun with that.


Click here for USA Today's entertaining study on the rules of vampirism.

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Attack of the Killer Repost

I'm not stealing this link.

I'm not plagiarizing this post.

Thank you, Gawker for a rational perspective on what amounts to being the newspaper industry's death throws. In a modern world, no one will likely read a single publication from cover to cover. It's more likely readers will find places that pull similar type stories in one place for a theme.

Fans of strange and freaky news and blogs, please continue to read My blog for my best finds across the interwebs. All others, prosecute me. I'm already undead.

Monday, June 29, 2009

Ugly is as ugly barks

Miss Ellie, the ugliest dog winner. How proud her owner must be.

I recently was alerted to this gem at Daily Mail. I'm pleased to see mediocrity is never rewarded. In order to receive any recognition in the world, one must be either the best or the worst at something. That includes being the worst at being cute… or is it simply the best at being ugly.

I bet those judges are a bunch of butter bodies with butter faces.

Poor Miss Ellie looks so proud, but I've seen uglier.


Thanks go to my friend, Betty Bones for finding this.

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Darwin killed the werewolf

19th century image of a werewolf. (Credit: Copyright Brian Regal)

I really can't be too snarky with this post because it's so darned interesting. Though, I'm sure all my werewolf friends would be offended by the suggestion, and all my bigfoot and sasquatch friends would be just as offended; the idea that werewolves developed in folklore into our ape-men of today is just too fascinating to pass up.

Science Daily article.

Saturday, June 13, 2009

Readers don't watch movies

Apparently, library goers never watch movies or heard of Poltergeist. You wouldn't catch me borrowing one of their books when they get this library finished!

Friday, June 12, 2009

Horrible traffic

LOL! I reserve the LOLs for really fun posts, and I am most certainly amused.
Joseph Carnevale created this outstanding work of art - a construction barrels monster!

His reward for his brilliance: larceny charges.


Saturday, May 16, 2009

What the Shrek?

I don’t understand a word of it, but it looks like a couple of ogres got married…

[added later] Someone sent me a translation.

Friday, May 15, 2009

Long Island paper picks up the monster

Long Island’s Newsday is finally getting in on the Montauk Monster action. This time, at least, there’s some more info than just an image, and random speculation.

See the Newsday article.

Go directly to

And, finally: Newsday’s interesting piece, 4o Creatures that may or may not Exist.

Thursday, May 14, 2009

…and yet again

Main stream media picked up the Montauk Monster again. This time MSNBC is reporting on blog reporting. Amusing, but still sad for the poor expired creature.

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Montauk monster is back… again

I swore I wouldn’t mention the poor Montauk Monster again, but this is a new creature, actually. I can’t remember what ever came of that. Was it a hoax? Was it a viral ad campaign for some movie? Were all the rumors just speculation?
I don’t have the answers, but I’m intrigued enough to follow what The Ampersand has to say.
I’m inclined to believe it’s not a sea monster at all, but some wacky experimental animal from Plum Island.

Sunday, May 10, 2009

Scientists disprove my existence… dorks

Hmm. This is fishy. Inspired by the success of Twilight, I’m sure; physicists supposedly have proved that is impossible for vampires to exist.
Hel-looooo? Some of us prefer ketchup to you sour blood. Give it up, and go find a cure for cancer or something.
I found this awful anti-vambite bit at io9. Thanks for posting. Spread the word on these dorks so they can be the autumn’s Thanksgiving turkeys. I’m sure there are some vampires out there that celebrate it.

Friday, May 8, 2009

Eminent domain for bats

The bats won a battle, finally. Their home was destroyed, but at least the law was in their dugout fighting the good fight for them. A developer was obliged to build a new home for these rare brown long-eared bats if he wanted to demolish the home they were already living in.
But, dang, what about all the memories in their old home?

Read the article.

Saturday, April 25, 2009

Zombie spiders

Do you need any more proof that spiders may be the most fantastic creatures ever? Now, scientist have found these spiders that “resurrect” after “drowning.”

Hooray for the undead spiders!

Friday, April 24, 2009

Mummy Kitty

The pic may be too graphic for some cat lovers, so I chose not to post it, but it’s a very interesting article linked here.
I never heard of this before, but apparently in old England cats were put into building walls as a sort of good luck charm to ward off evil. Sounds a bit twisted, if you ask me. Heck, it sounds a bit twisted even if you don’t ask me. What the freak was wrong with those wackos in historic times?

Mysterious mystery

Here’s a really cool picture of a mysterious creature that comes from this linked article with not very much information.

Saturday, April 18, 2009

A tree grows in Brook-lung

A tree. In a man’s lung. For reals!
Before clicking on this link, please be sure you want to see this. Imagine a seed germinating in the soft tissue inside your body. Roots, well, take root; feeding a sapling with moisture from your own lungs. Pine needles develop, and soon you have a TREE inside you!
We’ve all heard the old adage, “Don’t swallow watermelon seeds if you don’t want to grow a watermelon patch in your belly.” Now, we have evidence that it might be based on some kind of miracle-weirdness half-truth!

Friday, April 10, 2009

The cleanest ghost ever

Some 27 year old pansy got a fright from some random soap bubbles because he thinks it looks like the Scream mask.
I don’t know what’s more disturbing — the weird looking purple soap or the fact that The Sun is reporting on some dummy’s soapy ghost. Sud-den, I get it. Is the Sun for real? Why do they waste digital paper this way. The poor digital forests are getting cut down for idiot stories like this.

Thursday, April 9, 2009

Cold, dead, stupid

This is the dumbest idea I've ever heard. Air-conditioned coffins?

Then again, while you may never experience the benefit of sleeping in an air-conditioned coffin because, well, you’d be dead; I may have a use for one of these.

Here lies So-and-so. At least he’s comfortable.

Barry, the sea worm

Want to see something gross? Click this link. Eeeeeeeeeyyyyyeeeeeeew, AOL. Someone sent me this AOL article. AOL is gross, isn’t it? Oh, I guess this worm is too. Something about Barry terrorizing other aquatic life at a British aquarium.

Friday, March 27, 2009

Castle ghost photographed

A ghost friend of mine, whose name is Pat has been photographed at Tantallon Castle in the UK.

Click for image and info.

School's out for vampires

Boston Latin High School is trying to quell rumors there are vampires among their students.

The article reads like a bad rumor. Very few facts, and lots of hearsay. Somebody was arrested, somebody was bitten, blah blah blah. The headmaster is an anti-zombite who won't acknowledge that vampires are students too. But people have more to learn.

Read the article.

Friday, March 20, 2009

R.I.P. Space Bat

Video dedication to Space Bat. They’re calling him “Space Bat.” Awwwww.

Credit to where I found it.

My original blog post.

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Twilight - Breaking Dawn breaking rules

This sort of thing drives me batty. No kidding. Pun, intentional or not is putting it mildly.

A school library in Utah had taken Breaking Dawn of the Twilight series off the shelf because of one complaint about sexual content. They denied that was the reason, citing that other Twilight books were available at their library (okay, so then what's wrong with this one?).
Apparently the sex involved is marital too (and only implied), so what’s the problem?

I would withhold judgment before writing anything about this, but the grounds have no solid argument. There are countless jr. high and high school books that include implied and described sexual situations. Heck, the bible has implied sex. Just more anti-vambites who have a problem with a human/vampire relationship.

Better stay away from those Sookie Stackhouse novels, n00bs.

Read this if you want your blood to boil.

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

R.I.P. Astro Bat

R.I.P. to the poor bat who died during the latest Space Shuttle launch :(

The poor thing was clinging to the fuel tank until blast-off.

Click for pix and story.

Attack of the plush bears

A wild animal is a wild animal. You can’t tame a bear for long. Their grizzly instincts will emerge sooner or later. Even Teddy Bears can be killers. More than 800,000 killer Teddy Bears have escaped, and the “owners” are hoping they are returned before they hurt anyone.

Click for article ;)

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Spider bite man follow-up

What a jerk! Maybe he was in the right condition in the first place. The spider made a mistake by giving him his legs back. The man who lost his ability to walk, and had it returned after a spider bite has been arrested for domestic violence! JERKWAD!!!

Saturday, March 14, 2009

Spider man walks again

The Brown Recluse Spider is the most gorgeous creature that ever walked the planet.

If you ever needed evidence that spiders are good, look no further.

Though the article doesn’t say much about the science of it, it’s an interesting… well, at the very least, an interesting coincidence.
A Paraplegic man was bitten by a Brown Recluse, and now he walks again. Methinks perhaps they should look into the beneficial qualities of its venom!

Click to read the article.

Friday, March 13, 2009

Devil feet

An interesting story showed up in The Sun today. It's probably just some two-legged deer traipsing through Devon, England, but some folks think it’s the devil himself. No consideration that it might just be a lowly demon with cloven hooves. Ask DeMonica. She might know.

An interesting read, nonetheless. Whenever there’s a legend attached, it’s always fun.

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

It’s not easy being broken

Must be frog season. They apparently make for great puns. This article about a poor froggy who broke both of her legs clocks in at an alarming 25% pun rate. Luckily the nice folks at St Tiggywinkles Wildlife Hospital have suited her up with casts to make her all better.

Bonus: The writer for the article is Jennifer Brain (could that be a typo?). With a name like that she’s bound to be either a zombie or an anti-zombite.

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Notorious G.H.O.S.T.

I just have to laugh at this one. Lil’ Kim has come out to tell us that Notorious B.I.G. has a ghost who came to her in a dream to tell her he’s unhappy with his portrayal in the recent movie about him, Notorious.

Dear Lil’ Kim, ghosts aren’t in your dreams, they’re in your walls, eatin’ ur mices. LOLBIGS!

She says in this article that he is going to make his feelings on it known soon. I’m confused. Didn’t she say he already made his feelings known to her? Is she failing at getting the message out?

Saturday, March 7, 2009

Ronnie & Donnie, conjoined twins

The Sun is there. We’ve all heard of them. We don’t always know their names, but if you’ve never seen video or pictures of Ronnie and Donnie, the oldest living conjoined twins, you must live under a rock. You can see pictures along with the Sun’s article here. I don’t think their image should be associated with “bogey news” or “freakiness.” But, what could they do to make money if not cater to the curiosities of others. Even their own mother couldn’t handle the idea of raising conjoined twins. They should be an inspiration to anyone who thinks they are behind the eight ball in life. Ronnie and Donnie share reproductive and digestive parts, but each have their own set of arms and legs.
They’ve recently come to poor health, and expect their lives may end soon. It seems like a scary thing to face. Your conjoined twin brother dies, and you’re still alive. Then all you can do is wait. I don’t envy their position, but I envy their close relationship. Though they actually settle their differences with physical fights sometimes, they have a bond that is so rare, only they can tell their story. That is why they are being filmed for a documentary.
I hope they continue to live happily with each other. Stay cool, Ronnie and Donnie.

Friday, March 6, 2009

Anti-vambites are among us

Someone named Ashley Womble wrote a piece for the MSN Lifestyle section; and seems to think that vampires are mooches, thieves, clingy, and drama queens. I’m sure she’s using the term vampire in a derogatory way, and in no way is she describing real vampires. What I’d like to know is how she makes that association. Maybe she’s just got a bunch of high maintenance friends who’ve stolen her Facebook friends and taken advantage of her generosity. So, why is she an anti-vambite?

Check out this insane article.

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Dragon attack

A park ranger in Indonesia was attacked by a komodo dragon who climbed in his window. We are to believe the attack was unprovoked, but I bet the man tried to steal his gold.

Click for more.

Tuesday, February 24, 2009


Though it looks like it’s giving birth, this frog actually has 7 legs. It was found in the kitchen of a restaurant in China… presumably for being served… as a king-size frog legs portion.
Not much more to read at this link, but I feel obligated to show credit.

Monday, February 23, 2009

Week of the rat

I was waiting for the rodent triple play or rat trifecta to take effect, but I'm running out of time. This will be old news in about six minutes.
Whatever tickles your fancy, I have links to two strange rodent stories for you today. You may prefer the tiny buck-toothed naked rat or the humongous rat so big, he just might eat your cat… or your dog!

Strange, naked buck-toothed rats.

Scary giant rat in China.


Thursday, February 19, 2009


This T-Rex replica at the Vanderbilt Museum may be for sale soon. Photo by Charles Eckert.

Open the door, get on the floor, everybody walk the dinosaur! Wanna buy a T-Rex? Maybe you have the funds, and can get one for meee?!!! The Vanderbilt Museum in NY is considering selling some of the model dinosaurs on their property.
Click to read more.

Friday, February 13, 2009

All together stupid

Sure, this guy is a real jerk-face, but jailing him?

Check out this headline:
Man jailed after harassing elderly neighbors by whistling Addams Family theme each time he saw them.

Never mind nanny state. Sounds like a nya-nya state. Don’t we have better things to get our knickers in a bunch about.
Leopold Wrobel needs a spanking, not jail. Kathleen and Michael Sharpe need to grow their fogey behinds up.

Read the ridiculous article here.

Thursday, February 12, 2009

Not for the squeamish

Yuckers. I found this list in a blog by Robert Brockway. He was completely grossed out by his list of “Most Disturbing Animals,” and I can’t say I blame him. These are creatures that will never come close to being cute. No matter how much I try, I just can’t bring myself to take one home.
How he managed to compile this list in three parts is beyond my ghoulish comprehension. I tip my fangs to you, Mr. Brockway. You have won the award for actually grossing me out.

Roberts lists get progressively more disgusting, so I’ve listed the worst first. However, you’ll find my two favorites posted below. Quite tame by his list’s standards.

Avert your eyes if you are squeamish.

Otherwise, enjoy these links:

Robert Brockway’s “Most Disturbing Animals” Part 3

Robert Brockway’s “Most Disturbing Animals” Part 2
Robert Brockway’s “Most Disturbing Animals” Part 1

This Vampire Squid would make a rockin’ motorcycle.

A mommy spider and her adorable little children.

Friday, February 6, 2009

Enough zombie traffic already

Well, apparently these zombie traffic hoaxes have become the new trendy prank. It’s not as funny anymore. We know that humans don’t yield to zombies while driving anyway.

But if you are keeping count… clicky.

I friend dead people

An amusing and sad read about people who die, and how their Facebook page is treated postmortem.


PS The Grim Reaper has many Facebook friends, but they are sick of his stupid status updates.

Death gets a Mulligan

The grim reaper missed his mark today, but quickly rearranged the universe to commit his deadly deed. Don’t mess with the Grim Reaper.

Sad article here.

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

This one goes to twelve

WPIX may have a new Chiller Theater hand.

The cutest human baby possible was born recently. He has six fingers on each hand and six toes on each foot. He’s a natural to play the part of a live-action Chiller hand if WPIX ever wants to make a new opening.
None of the extra digits are nonfunctional. I hope they let the little prince keep them all.

Read about it here.
Direct link to the slide show here.

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

IDiOT Message Board

The zombies have made their way to Illinois., but instead of “Daily lane closures due to zombies,” this traffic sign reads, “Daily lane closers due to zombies.” The evidence here is overwhelming.The pranksters this time were actually zombies!

Here’s the very succinct article.

Either that or the IDOT message board was fiddled with by an IDiOT :P

Think Zombies can spell? I present exhibit A.

Monday, February 2, 2009

Queen of the scorpions

Click the above pic or here or for the article and video.

This brave little Thai woman set a record for living with 5,000 scorpions in a glass room for 33 days and nights. I’m not sure her record is in any danger considering she beat her own record in doing this. No one else has the desire, let alone the nerve.
She claims to have been “bitten” several times, but do scorpions do anything other than sting or pinch? I suppose they bite their food. Mmmmm, Thai food.

Friday, January 30, 2009

Zombie cover up

A recent Austin, Texas invasion by zombies has been covered up as a hacker’s hoax. I don't know what they did with all the zombies, but I bet they ate the brains of some locals.

Humorous article and video here.

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Getting along swimmingly with Juan Cabana

Her name is Ariel.

I’ll say it right away. This is not a hoax. It’s art. I found another “exhibit” by Artist, Juan Cabana. A mermaid corpse found in Malaysia.

Here’s the link I found at Hoax Slayer.

Here’s the art of Juan Cabana.

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Brown Button your fly

I like DO spiders and snakes, and that IS what it takes.

Call me late to the internet, but I’ll bite your head off if you say it out loud. I was recently alerted to this story of an African Brown Button Spider (a well-dressed lady). She ate a snake back in 2004.
I did some investigating, and what many people don’t realize about this particular spider is that she had been on a crash diet because it was prom season. No male Brown Button Spider asked her to the prom, so she binged on this snake who was making fun of her. That’s just the way it goes.
I personally won’t eat snake without a little hot sauce.

Click here for the original article.

Click here for the Hoax Slayer page where this was found.

Sunday, January 11, 2009

Chickcharnie con carne

A good, old friend, Arnie Chickcharnie has allowed his legend to reach the mainland. He’s a very quiet creature who retired to the Bahamas centuries ago. He wanted to remain anonymous, but he was occasionally spied by humans who built a Bahamian legend around him. His handsome red eyes must have given him away.
If you get down to the Bahamas on vacation, be sure to keep your eyes out for him. Though he’s shy he does appreciate a Bahama Mamma once in a while. So buy him one. Maybe he’ll spare your delicate hide.
For more about Chickcharnie according the the Miami Herald, click here.

Wednesday, January 7, 2009

We’ve come a long way, baby

This Vampire Hunter’s Kit is evil in a box.

Back in the day it was fashionable to hunt and kill the undead. How horrific is that? I’m glad humans are more tolerable these days… and more tasty.

I found this link on another blog, but I’m linking directly to the scientific oddities page containing this vampire hunter’s kit. How droll.

To give credit where credit is due, Scribal Terror is where I originally found it.

Monday, January 5, 2009

Cracked is whack with their lists

I was alerted to this list on earlier today. It lists “6 Bizarre Real World Versions of Fictional Monsters.” Little do they know (obviously) that there are players and poseurs , and there are fictional characters, but then there are the real things.
The list is amusing nonetheless. Worth a look see. First on the list is vampires, so I'm not sure if that should be an insult or compliment. Maybe Ian Fortey needs a nibble.

He also lists zombies. I wonder what Betty Bones would think. And Frankenstein. Abby Cadaver probably wouldn't care either way. And last on the list is demons. My own little sister, DeMonica is a demon. She seems to think that since she’s last on the list it means she’s considered to be the least pretentious. Let her go on thinking that.