“Awesome” in this case might be in the traditional, “I am full of awe” sense, OR in the new-fangled “OMG, that’s sooooo awesome!” sense. Both are applicable. More
Creepy Things That Seem Real But Aren’t is a series that explores modern urban legends, bringing you a new tale each week.
The first entry of the webpage is dated March 23, 2001. It reads only this:
“Due to the overwhelming number of requests I have received to tell about my discoveries and bizarre experiences in a cave not far from my home, I have created this web page. I will outline the events that happened to me during the past few months. Beginning with my journey into a familiar cave in December 2000 and ending… well, it hasn’t actually ended yet. I will use my caving journal as the text to tell about my recent experience. I will give them to you as I experienced them, in chronological order.”
His name is Ted, and he’s a caver. He’s got a tale for you. It’s called:
THE CAVE More
Women Don’t Just Get Killed By Movie Monsters, They Direct Them Too! – This awesome essay by Monika Bartyzel details the history of women in horror films. No, not getting slashed by Freddy, but writing and directing some of the creepiest, nightmarish movies ever to show on a big screen. Mary Shelley, anyone? (via Cinematical)
We tend to think that Naomi Campbell as the phone-throwing, frightful diva whose behavior towards her assistants has warranted her more jail time than Lindsay Lohan. But Interview magazine revealed in this month’s issue that the model is actually doing public service every day, deep in the bowels on New York’s sewer system where she systematically hunts down and destroys those bat-people from The Descent. True story! More