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MY NUMBER IS NO SECRET... Can you solve this riddle from Ash: Return Of The Beast????

He read the words of the riddle over and over until his eyes grew tired. The night was descending heavily and he was unable to bear the we…

Started by Gary Val Tenuta

0 Aug 13, 2012

Get your 'creepy' on! Turn the lights down, the volume up. Ash: Return Of The Beast is waiting for you.

Wanna see something really creepy??? It's here! Drop everything and settle back for a good cup o' creepy. Parts 1, 2 and 3 of the audio/vis…

Started by Gary Val Tenuta

0 Jun 27, 2012

Can you solve this riddle?????????

The riddle was discovered in the old diary of the now deceased Michael J. Moorehouse whose obsession with the notorious occultist, Aleister…

Started by Gary Val Tenuta

0 Jun 13, 2012

Ritual "Magick" – Is it real?

"Magick" is spelled with a "k" to differentiate it from "magic". The latter most commonly refers to stage magic, the kind of entertainment…

Started by Gary Val Tenuta

0 Feb 10, 2012

The Writing of ASH: RETURN OF THE BEAST - Or How I Learned Not To Be Afraid Of The Dark

One of the interesting things about writing a novel is that the process often requires the writer to reach down inside in order to access…

Started by Gary Val Tenuta

0 Dec 30, 2011

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