I just reblogged my Davis Memorial travelogue on the new Morbid Sightseer page. If you’ve never checked it out, please do! The Davis Memorial
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I’m in the process of moving my Morbid Sightseer page over to a blog format, and I thought I’d share some of my old travelogues with you guys as I go. Here’s one that I did of Ye Ancientest Cemetery … Continue reading
Morbidites in the Chicago area, don’t miss the exhibition Morbid Curiosity: The Richard Harris Collection. Abigail and I visited it today and we kept saying, with ever-increasing jealous vitriol, “I want that bastard’s collection!! You asshole, Richard Harris!!! This all … Continue reading
I want to go here so frickin’ bad… The Bone Chilling Catacombs of the Capuchin Monks Thanks to Bill for the link.
I went urban exploring again on Friday – this time to the Barber-Colman Factory in Rockford, Illinois. Please click on the pic below to check out the photos on Flickr.
Here’s another ceramic image that I photographed on a gravestone in Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Chicago last Saturday: Alfredo O. Bilotti, Born November 12, 1920, Died March 1, 1921. This one instantly struck me as a post-mortem image at the cemetery … Continue reading
On Saturday I went for a stroll through Mt. Olivet Cemetery on Chicago’s south side. The cemetery itself, established in 1885, isn’t very interesting by Chicago standards – though it does contain the original gravesite of Al Capone (who was … Continue reading
I am extremely miffed to just discovery that this fascinating looking exhibition – “Mummies of the World” – was just on display in Milwaukee, a short excursion from The Castle DeSpair, and I didn’t realize it. Well, now it’s playing … Continue reading