Mark Slade lives surrounded by a family for whom the use of artistic expression is an integral form of communication. His work has appeared in magazines and prominent publications around the world. A number of his art pieces are held in private collections. As an actor, Mark has made over 300 appearances on stage, screen and television, winning international recognition and numerous awards for his efforts. In a career spanning 30 years, he starred and guest-starred in films, television and several TV series that include “The High Chaparral.” His first novel “GOING DOWN MAINE,” explores the loss of innocence and unforeseen consequences of youthful indiscretions. He has also authored two books of poetry and art that reflect his unique perspective on everyday life. “OF PAIN AND COFFEE” is a collection of sooths, sayings and soliloquies that combine his verse and illustrations. And, “SOMEONE’S STORY” combines his observations in verse and photography. Mark’s new novel, “HANGIN’ WITH THE TRUTH” – The Historically Bent Tale of the Bandit Bob Slye was published in October 2016.
Mark has appeared in The Stray Branch, Wicked Gardens, Weirdbook #32, Detectives of the Fantastic vol. 1 and other publications for Horrified press/Rogue Planet press. Mark Slade also writes audio plays for 4077th productions, created the audio series The Sundowners and The Hangman’s Dozen. Mark Slade has a story on Manor House as well.
Also, China plans to launch a fake moon for ‘lighting” purposes. And, it’s american, can’t go a day without a shooting. A shooting in a Kentucky Krogers. Psychos should not have guns. If you have a gun, you must pass a sanity check.
Praised by his friend and colleague Stephen King as “a very talented journalist,” Stanley Wiater is a widely acclaimed observer of the dark side of popular culture. He has interviewed more major horror and suspense authors, filmmakers, actors, and artists than any other journalist, living or undead.
Rue Morgue magazine has hailed him as “the top horror journalist in North America for the past twenty-five years.”
Mr. Deadman also opens a mysterious deep web mystery box he received from an anonymous fan or troll. Will Mr. Deadman really open the deep web box or will he be too scared and call the police?
Ever wanted to speak with a real-life vampire? How about a vampire court? They say truth is stranger than fiction. Move over Anne Rice, Mr. Deadman and Becky are going to chat with a real-life vampire king.
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Jeff Prebis is the author of the novels, The Debacle, A Trip Down Psychopath Lane, Sexy People, and Man Without A Country. His other published material includes the short story collection, Walking On Razor Blades: Stories Of Death, Blood, and Sex, the novella, Bloodsucker Boulevard, the short stories, Jim’s Revelation, Two Sultry Nights And One Macabre Morning, Juggling with Hand Grenades, Black And Blue, and High Off Your Blood. He resides in Virginia. He reaches into your soul to find out what turns you on, and what scares you to death. You’re welcome to take a walk on the wild side, but once you do, you may never return. Fourteen people have been committed to mental institutions after reading his material, and yet, they feel better than they felt when they were sane.
Is psycho the new N word? Is Mr. Deadman an ableist scum lord? Can’t use words like retard, idiot, moron, stupid or dumb, or even psycho anymore.
Patrick James Ryan is a native of Columbus, Ohio and the popular author of the diverse short story collection, “Blood Verse,” the best selling novel at Black Bed Sheet Books ~ “The Night It Got Out” and his most recent release, “The Maggots Underneath The Porch.” Patrick has appeared in numerous radio interviews and blogs and is a recognized as a popular new voice in the horror/suspense/thriller genre. Patrick and his wife, Molly enjoy their three children ~ Colleen, Michael and Patrick, Jr. An avid sports and music fan, Patrick enjoys Football, Basketball, Baseball, The Beatles, Led Zeppelin and most hard rock. In addition to writing, Patrick is a voracious reader, taking in an eclectic swath of fiction and non-fiction across many genres, with horror being a favorite. A practitioner of martial arts for over 25 years, he holds a second degree black belt and is a huge fan of Bruce Lee and is considered an expert with Nunchakus. He is currently finishing up a second short story collection and a mainstream detective thriller for 2018.
Patrick might be able to shed some light on the Conor and Khabib suspension and the Blade VS Lestat poll on the Deadman’s Tome facebook page.
Mr. Deadman watched the new anime series Goblin Slayer and has a reason to get back into anime. SJW are upset about Goblin Slayer including sexual assault in its story. SJW are also upset about Disney’s Aladdin because when it comes to SJW politics you never actually win.
Top 10 Darkest Crimes Committed on Halloween
Halloween crimes are usually thought of as the thoughtless mayhem of demented strangers who enjoy poisoning candy or putting razor blades in apples. But crimes committed on Halloween are much more serious – and more real – than those urban legends. There have been numerous murders, kidnappings, and assaults that have taken place on October 31, and many are directly related to the festivities of the holiday.
Chad Lutzke is an author, a family man, and horror fiend.
He has written for Famous Monsters of Filmland, Rue Morgue, Cemetery Dance, and Scream magazine. He’s had a few dozen stories published, and some of his books include: OF FOSTER HOMES & FLIES, WALLFLOWER, STIRRING THE SHEETS, SKULLFACE BOY, and OUT BEHIND THE BARN co-written with John Boden. Lutzke’s work as been praised by authors Jack Ketchum, James Newman, Stephen Graham Jones and his own mother. He can be found lurking the internet at www.chadlutzke.com.
Mr. Deadman and Becky shares their thoughts on BetterHelp scam and Hurricane Michael
Deadman’s Tome podcast features interviews\conversations with award winning authors and promising newcomers as well as other creative minds. The podcast also reflects on pop culture, horror, youtube drama and some news of interest. While the show has a comedic lens to it, sometimes the talk gets very heartfelt and powerful.
Mr. Deadman and Becky look at a list of racist Halloween costumes you should not wear because it could offend someone. You will not believe that they don’t want you to wear. Surprise that Pirates and Witches aren’t on the list. SJW say you can’t wear these racist Halloween costumes, but what’s wrong with a black guy dressing up as a zombie Grand Wizard?