Pinup of the Week: Mickey and Minnie 1931

As a monster, I find that a few photos push some of my buttons. It’s pretty rare that I find a photo that pushes ALL of them. Have I got some good news for you! The photo is still on auction, (Later note – both auctions are gone.) It has a partner photo, also gone, and I have put a copy of it for posterity, here). Mmmmmmmmmmm. Crazy crazy crazy.

Sorry for the lack of updates recently. To be honest, I’m a little burned out on the Internet and have been pursuing other interests. More of the usual: Luring poor orphans into dark woods, finding new attics to haunt, and hooking up with monster ladies who wear necklaces fashioned from finger bones. That may make me sound old-fashioned, and I’m OK with that. Some things a monster never gets tired of!

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The flying monkeys let our technician out for a minute and he snuck away into the light of day. Thanks for your patience during this difficult transition.
I ated Tinkerbell.

Fhtagn Spoken Here.

... the attic, a vast raftered length lighted only by small blinking windows in the gable ends, and filled with a massed wreckage of chests, chairs, and spinning-wheels which infinite years of deposit had shrouded and festooned into monstrous and hellish shapes.
The Shunned House
H.P. Lovecraft

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