Winning the Vincent Price Award
Yo Ho Ho and Ahoy, Me Hearties!
There comes a time of year when the veil between worlds is lifted and mysteries are revealed, a time when life and death perform a macabre dance and superstition and celebration are in the breezes blowing in from sea!
That time is All Hallows' Eve, also known as Halloween.
Few landlubbers are privy to the Legends surrounding our legendary ship, The Whimsical Herald, but all those who follow the sea know that every Halloween at Midnight our seaworthy vessel transforms into a Ghost Ship, with a skeleton crew, In the light of the harvest moon they can be seen dancing with the sirens, to the sweetly sung tunes of mermaids. As the torches flicker with a greenish light the damned sea captains of old can be seen throwing dice with Satan himself to regain control of their souls.
Come party with us this auspicious night, or any other night when your spirit cries out for adventure and an intriguing tale well told!
our guest of honor: Marcus mattern
Mistress of Madness
Well, do you have any idea why a raven is like a writing desk?
Lewis Carroll, in 1897, proposed this answer, "Because it can produce a few notes, though they are very flat; and it is 'never' put with the wrong end in front!" (raven, spelled backward, is nevar aka never...or as we like to say here at TT...never more!)